Wildlife Protection Hindi Essays and Term Papers

  • CSR on the Bengal Tiger

    chance of surviving and increasing over the long‐term. Five decades of conservation experience has shown us that given enough space, prey and protection, tigers can recover. By saving tigers, we also save the biologically rich and diverse landscapes where they still roam — India’s last great rain...

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  • Australia's Biodiversity

    non-government organisations, tertiary institutions and community groups to ensure the protection of our native species. Protecting threatened species and ecological communities The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) is the Australian Government's principal...

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  • It's Me That You Can Never Change

    alarming brought about by industries, power plant and vehicular pollution. Environmental protection should definitely be everyone’s priority. No stronger statement could drive home such message. Environmental protection is too urgent to be ignored as individuals in our own ways. We can protect left of our...

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  • Informatiob

    when Dr. Salim Ali observed that the islets had become a nesting ground for birds and persuaded the Wodeyar kings of Mysore to declare the area a wildlife sanctuary. It is managed well by the Karnataka State Government's Forest Department. Entry and ticketing is organized and the well-maintained facilities...

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  • Environment Speeches

    nature and natural resources. Religious beliefs, culture and folklore have together treated nature and environment with sanctity. Conservation and protection of environment and love for nature have always been part and parcel of Indian ethos and culture. Independent India has traveled a long way on...

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  • Environment

    nature and natural resources. Religious beliefs, culture and folklore have together treated nature and environment with sanctity. Conservation and protection of environment and love for nature have always been part and parcel of Indian ethos and culture. Independent India has traveled a long way on...

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  • Conservation of Natural Resources

    nature and natural resources. Religious beliefs, culture and folklore have together treated nature and environment with sanctity. Conservation and protection of environment and love for nature have always been part and parcel of Indian ethos and culture. Independent India has traveled a long way on...

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  • Icse 2009 Portion.Doc

    3. Conservation and Management of Forests 4. Conservation and Management of Ocean Resources 5. Conservation and Management of Soil 6. Wildlife Conservation 7. Application of Biotechnology 8. Public Awareness Programmes 9. Relevance of Indigenous Practices- The Warli Tribe 10...

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  • Coal

    mines to companies and government bodies at a throw-away price. The loss of र 10.67 lakh crores projected by the CAG doesn’t even account for forests, wildlife and the livelihood of forest communities that will be destroyed by coal mining. Even after the scam was unearthed, forests in Mahan, in Madhya...

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  • Mount Abu

    of 328 sq. km. of Abu Hills is declared protected but officially 112.98 sq. km. is under unnotified sanctuary area (Anon., 2003). In shape, Mt. Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is long and narrow but the top spreads out into a picturesque plateau, which is about 19 km in length and 5-8 km in breadth. Once home to...

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  • TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE

    in the development of hybrid maize, cotton and dwarf wheat. These breakthroughs were made possible due to innovations in related areas like plant protection, breeding of resistant varieties and chemical control. MUTATION TECHNOLOGY Agriculture in India being a non mechanized sector which depended...

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  • Forest conservation in India

    lack of permits was made a criminal offense. These nationalisation wave and laws intended to limit deforestation, conserve biodiversity, and save wildlife. However, the intent of these regulations was not matched by reality that followed. Neither investment aimed at sustainable forestry nor knowledge...

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  • Casestudy-Ecotourism-in-India

    caves, Kailash caves, Tirathgarh falls, Chitrakot falls (Bastar), which “are all exhilarating destinations being promoted for nature and wildlife tourism. Wildlife areas, camping grounds and trekking facilities would be few of the prime attractions”.vi The policy also states that the endangered Wild...

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  • Biodiversity

    change. A healthy biodiversity provides a number of natural services for everyone: • Ecosystem services, such as • Protection of water resources • Soils formation and protection • Nutrient storage and recycling • Pollution breakdown and absorption • Contribution to climate stability • Maintenance...

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  • Popo

    parks and 247 protected areas. This active ecopolitics as well as the commitment of the Indian government to comply with the guidelines of the World Wildlife Fund, have made possible the rescue of endangered species and of sensitive ecosystems. India's unique contribution to the World Natural and Cultural...

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  • Doc Fo Goa

    GOA   [pic] FAST FACTS: Area:                          3700 sq. km Language:               English, Hindi, Marathi, Konkani Best time to visit:   October to May           INTRODUCTION: Goa which was liberated on 19th December, 1961 alongwith Daman and Diu from 451 years...

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  • Feg-02

    being broadcast by all responsible governments is that every person has a part to play in addressing these issues. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, you can protect the environment by: preventing pollution, recycling materials, looking after reserves of water and conserving energy. Every...

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  • Ilocos History

    just a zoo, Baluarte is an interactive wildlife sanctuary and facility, with the breathtaking view of its dominating scenic boulders amidst trees and greens.We are dedicated to facilitating education, conservation and protection of endangered species and wildlife. Children and those who are young at heart...

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  • India

    Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Their capitols were Agra and Delhi. The Mongols did not get rid of the ways of life before them, and for the Hindu’s protection they made them pay taxes. The local government was in charge of the people that lived there. The Mongols were the ones to build the Taj Mahal and...

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  • Chipko Movment

    The Chipko movement or Chipko Andolan (literally "to stick" in Hindi Hindi Standard Hindi , also known as Manak Hindi, High Hindi, Nagari Hindi or Literary Hindi, is a standardised register of Hindustani as spoken by Hindus. It is the official language of India, and is used, along with English, for...

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