|Definition||:||High Conservation Value|
|Category||:||Regional » Landscapes|
What does HCV mean?
High Conservation Value (HCV) are biological, ecological, social or cultural values which are outstandingly significant or critically important at the national, regional or global level. HCV area are critical areas having outstanding and critical importance due to its high environmental, socio-economic, biodiversity or landscape values.
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||HCV||Hepatitis C Virus|
||HCV||Heavy Commercial Vehicle|
||HCV||Higher Calorific Value|
||HCV||Hypersonic Cruise Vehicle|
||HCV||Housing Commission of Victoria|
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of HCV in Conservation?
The full form of HCV is High Conservation Value