• Wild Life Conservation
    Wildlife conservation efforts in south Asia and the success met? Panelists: Joshua Ginsberg, Director of the Asia and Pacific Program at the Wildlife Conservation Society Minh Duc Le, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Environmental Biology at Columbia University Mark Ashton...
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  • Save Tigers in India
    populations can quickly stabilize. With India's large network of protected areas and continued funding from conservation groups like the Wildlife Conservation Society, the findings provide hope that tigers can avoid extinction in the wild. The biggest threat to tigers in India is depletion of their...
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  • India and World Science-Are We There? Guys Need to Prepare a Speech to Speak at a Inter School Debate for 5 Mi
    processes by which local people develop their sense of ownership and commitment. When little effort is made to build local skills, interest, and capacity, people have no interest or stake in maintaining structures or practices once the incentives for conservation stop. Success hinges on people’s...
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  • Wildlife Conservation in India
    Chapter 9 Wildlife and Nature Conservation 9.1 Protected Areas The first national park in India was declared in 1935, now famous as the Corbett National Park. Since Independence, there has been a steady rise in the number of Protected Areas (PAs) (National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries...
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  • Hwc - Case Studies
    Incentive programmes Incentive programmes are based on subsidies. They offset the cost of conservation and demand the adoption of conservation-friendly practices, creating tolerance towards wildlife through the exchange of benefits. Two interesting incentive programmes have been developed in India...
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  • Strategies Followed for Implementation of Five Year Plan of India
    regime acceptable to stakeholder market players would be part of this strategy. Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation Project Tiger, Project Elephant and India Eco-development Project have been the highlights of the biodiversity conservation efforts of the country. It is proposed to include...
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  • Environmental Issues
    , Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Orissa, Tamilnadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. Nation is celebrating World Wildlife Week which is observed between October 1-7. It is time to take stock of conservation efforts to protect flora and fauna, the world over. Wildlife week...
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  • Essays
    ponds. This is the first conservation-based tourism initiative that dedicates its entire effort and earnings for revival of Manas and protect its wildlife while engaging local communities in every sphere of its activities. Most of the work within MMES is carried out on a voluntary capacity and...
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  • Environment
    illegal traders of flora and fauna. Several organisations work for the protection of the natural and cultural resources. Thenmala in Kerala was the first planned eco-tourism destination in India. There are also determined efforts to save the vulnerable Himalayan ecosystem as well as the heritage of its...
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  • report of environment and forests
    equitable sharing of the benefits derived from the use of genetic resources including traditional knowledge. A National Board for Wildlife (NBWL), chaired by the Prime Minister of India provides for policy framework for wildlife conservation in the country. The National Wildlife Action Plan (2002...
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  • Wildlife Conservation
    Wildlife conservation Introduction Developing India is metamorphosing the environments; especially it is giving an antagonistic emanation for Indian Wildlife. Developing cities, villages, leads to massacres of trees. This demonstration of trees is leading to the end of wildlife in India. We...
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  • The Action of Tiger Conservation
    population of tigers in the wild which is nearly to half of the world’s tigers or 1,400 of the 3,500 tigers. A major concerted conservation effort by the government known as Project Tiger. Project Tiger is a wildlife conservation movement initially spearheaded in India in 1972 by Indira Gandhi, the prime...
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  • Harshi
    political leadership in their protection. In 1968 the export of tiger skins was prohibited and a ban on tiger shooting was established in 1970. |   |   | 6. | India launched a tiger habitat conservation program entitled Project Tiger in 1973 with the help of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Indira...
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  • wildlife
    Wildlife Conservation Strategies and Management in India: An Overview SWARNDEEP S. HUNDAL Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, 141 004, India, email drswarndeepsingh@hotmail.com Key Words: wildlife management, wildlife conservation, species recovery, blackbuck, Indian antelope, Antilope...
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  • Report of the Working Group on the Environment and Forests Sector
    , ICEMDE, Delhi University |Member | |16 |Dr.Ulhas Karanth, Wildlife Conservation Society India, Banglore |Member | |17 |Shri Kartikeya Sarabhai, Director, CEE, Ahmedabad...
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  • Save Wild Life
    benefits for the society from these fragile eco-system. This is viewed as a land mark judgment in the history of wildlife conservation in India. ‘Wildlife First’ a pro-active wildlife organisation had approached the Supreme court against the continuation of the mining activity and in association...
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  • Tiger
    often. India: India harbors the largest population of wild tigers in the world, along with one of the highest human populations. A major concerted conservation effort known as Project Tiger has been underway since 1973, spearheaded by Indira Gandhi. The fundamental accomplishment has been the...
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  • Biodiversity
    its forest development efforts and to gain new constituencies in forest conservation. For instance, to develop Nijhum Dweep as a tourist spot the Forest Department will endeavour the following: Develop the Nijhum Dweep Wildlife Sanctuary as a visitors’ destination on a limited scale. A sanctuary...
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  • India’s Dilemna: Lack of Infrastructure and Its Impact on the Population and Environment
    Profile 2013." India Demographics Profile 2013. 27 May 2013 * "India Tribune." India Tribune. 03 June 2013 <http://www.indiatribune.com/index.php?option=com * Khalid, Waleed. "Wildlife Conservation Efforts in India." Wildlife Conservation Efforts in India. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 June 2013...
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  • Wildlife Conservation
    context. Today, efforts are being made towards wildlife conservation in India, to preserve this natural wealth. Numerous wildlife conservation projects have been undertaken in India, both at the government as well as the individual level, to protect the rich wildlife of the subcontinent. Threats to...
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