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Conservation of Asian Tigers

attraction in zoos, white tigers in the wild were recorded in India during the Mughal Period from 1556 to 1605 AD At least 17 instances were recorded in India between 1907 and 1933 in Orissa, Bilaspur, Sohagpur and Rewa But mostly found in zoos / violation on forest protection. In 1994 Vietnam has joint to CITES for more effective control of wildlife trade including tiger. March 1995, subregional tiger workshop held in Hanoi to establish Action plan for tiger conservation in Vietnam, Laos, Kampuchea Status/


Ww.wti.org.in on Twitter. VISION A secure natural heritage of India Mission To conserve wildlife and its habitat and to work for.

Policy advocacy - IFAW Legal assistance - JTEF & IFAW Training and Equipping (Forest department staff ) – IFAW & EA In Nagzira Nawegaon Corridor, Gondia Central India Tiger Landscape Conservation Programme Working with communities to conserve wildlife Nagzira Nawegaon Corridor Project Objectives Prioritization of 89 villages for corridor securement. Reduce fragmentation & degradation in critical areas of Nagzira Nawegaon connectivity corridor. Improve quality of life of the communities. Capacity building of/


Social Dimensions of MPAs Ramya Rajagopalan International Collective in Support of Fishworkers.

biosphere reserves  Besides these categories under the Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972, includes community reserve and conservation reserve Community reserves not applicable for marine and coastal areas, as it requires communities to have ownership over the area  31 MPAs designated in India Five are important: Gulf of Mannar National Park and Biosphere Reserve, Gahirmatha (marine) Wildlife Sanctuary, Malvan (marine) Wildlife Sanctuary, Sundarban Tiger Reserve and Biosphere Reserve/


The water (Prevention and control of pollution) act, 1974 The air (Prevention and control of pollution) act, 1981 Wildlife Protection act, 1972 The Indian.

Indian legislation enacted by the Parliament of India for protection of plants and animal species To maintain essential ecological processes and life supporting systems. To preserve the biodiversity. To ensure a continous use of species i.e. protection and conservation of wild life. Other officers Assitant directorWildlife warden CENTRAL STATE DirectorChief Wildlife warden Minister incharge of forest in state or U.T. 2 members/


Communicating Climate Change to Policy Makers This presentation is aimed to sensitize policy makers in the MMR across various facets of climate change.

annual GHG emissions. Inclusion of Forestry activities under NREGA Programme for Conservation, Regeneration & Mgmt of Existing Forests & Wildlife. Capacity Building of Frontline Forest Staff Improving forest infrastructure- Rs./in PPP terms Fuel Efficiency Norms Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) Energy Efficiency Standards for Appliances National Solar Mission setting ambitious solar energy generation targets for the medium-term. Active participation in Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)) Source: India/


HIV/AIDS Impacts on Conservation Capacity Dealing with the Challenges of HIV/AIDS at the College of African Wildlife Management-Mweka, Tanzania Dr. Julius.

Uganda Southern Africa Southern Africa The Netherlands The Netherlands Germany Germany Hungary Hungary Japan Japan India India Norway Norway United Kingdom United Kingdom United States of America United States of America Sweden/Wildlife training institutions have an important role to play in addressing the impacts of HIV/AIDS to conservation work place. Wildlife training institutions have an important role to play in addressing the impacts of HIV/AIDS to conservation work place. Vulnerability of Conservation/


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AIR POLLUTION. Air Pollution  Air –Necessary for Existence –Colorless, odorless mixture of gases –Quality of air varies in different.

Gomti Action Plan and the Damodar Action plan were added.  In 1995 the National River Conservation plan was launched. Under this all the rivers in India were taken up for clean-up operations. In most of these plans, attempts have been made to tap drains/ problems to both humans and wildlife. PCBs are concentrated in the kidneys and liver and thus cause damage. They cause reproductive failure in birds and mammals.  Vinyl chloride is a chemical that is widely used in the manufacture of plastic. Usually/


RURAL AREA Where the people are engaged in primary industry in the sense that they produce things directly for the first time in cooperation with nature.

on the importance of conservation of resources Increase the wildlife and forest reserves in the country Schemes to do a proper inventory of the resources and monitor changes in the environment. Various projects and schemes that promote conservation of resources. What/ the possibility of natural hazards and providing preventive measures Overview of rural production system The Rural Economy in India is wholly agriculture based and it is of tremendous importance because it has vital supply and demand links/


Best practice guidance for planning roads through sensitive habitats

Nepal Mumbai-Pune Expressway Project, India Linear Developments and Elephant Movement in Rajaji-Corbett Conservation Area, India Colombo-Katunayake Expressway Project: Integrating Environmental Considerations in Project Planning, Sri Lanka Andhra Pradesh State Highway Rehabilitation and Maintenance Project: The Nandyal-Giddalur-Thokapalli Road, India Contents Annexures Annexure I – Glossary Annexure II – Sample of Environmental Management Action Plan Protected Areas, Wildlife and Roads: Environmental Issues/


CITESCITES - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species International agreement with aim to ensure that international trade in specimens of.

) should be employed? – Fence animals in and humans out to conserve habitat and species? – Integrate animals with humans in conservation areas and develop coexistence strategies and market incentives to protect wildlife? – Farm the animals, breed them in captivity? – Allow them to survive as pets in developed countries? – Rewilding? Lions and fences debate Population density in (people per sq kilometer) for tiger reserves in India Rewilding the South China Tiger Approximately/


Land Management Officer Land and Water Development Division

in Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, South Africa, Morocco ENVIRONMENTAL EXTERNALITIES Roles of Agriculture ENVIRONMENTAL EXTERNALITIES SOCIAL VIABILITY Equity; Stability FOOD SECURITY POVERTY ALLEVIATION CULTURAL ROLE Gender; Heritage; IK Global: Ecosystem resilience Climate change mitigation (C, land cover) Biodiversity Regional/National: Watershed mgmt (prevent soil erosion & off-site impacts) Water (stable regime; flood prevention) plant + animal genetic resources; services wild spp.+ wildlife conservation/


Dehradun 18 June 2013 Jagdish Kishwan Chief Advisor, Policy Wildlife Trust of India Member, Government of India, Planning Commission Expert Group on Low.

Options in Forest Wildlife Vulnerability due to decreased food/water availability, conflict with humans, shrinking habitats – Increase PA areas – Increase connectivity amongst PAs to facilitate migration – Ex-situ conservation of gene pool Adaptation Options in Forest/ Document to be ready by 30 June 2013 Mitigation In Forest Sector Forestry Mitigation Potential: Possible Action in India (A few slides) National Mission for a “Green India” GIM Goals include afforestation of additional 10 million hectares/


Natural resources Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production or consumption. Such.

artificial causes can be replaced with the new one. Example of renewable resources are: Forest, wildlife, wind energy, tidal energy, solar energy, water energy etc. Non-renewable resources: For /in co-ordination to protect and conserve forest resource. In the guideline issued in 2000 by MOEF, at least 25% of income from the area must go to the community. Until 2002, there were 63,618 JFM committees managing over 140,953sq km of forest in 27 state in India. Social forestry: It includes Creation of woodlots in/


….Created By: Saurabh Patel CONDITIONS OF TIGERS IN INDIA INDIA’S tiger habitats may be shrinking but its tiger population has increased, claims the.

and wildlife enthusiasts are working together to curb poaching in tiger reserves and sanctuaries. 2.‘Hejje’, mobile application for tracking tigers launched Feb 5 Tiger-tracking and wildlife conservation have / Landscapes: * Amur-Heilong – China and Russia *Kaziranga–Karbi Anglong – India *Satpuda-Maikal – India * Western Ghats-Nilgiris – India * Greater Manas – Bhutan and India * Sundarbans – Bangladesh and India * Terai Arc – India and Nepal * Forests of the Lower Mekong – Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam/


BET India Module 4 Managing and Mitigating Impacts Main Presentation December 2012.

conservation list species with habitats in areas affected by operations, by level of extinction risk. Core indicator Additional indicator 79 December 2012 Corporate Responsibility Reporting, India  CR reporting is at a very nascent stage in India  31% of the N100 companies report on corporate responsibility performance in/ issues  Conduct research to verify the apparent return of wildlife to trial areas of re-established natural forest in Sri Lanka 83 December 2012 Environmental Management Systems  A /


6/12/2012 WTM Panel discussion – wildlife tourism.

on our core ethos of Care of the Land, Care of the Wildlife, Care of the People. We have 400 beds in 33 safari lodges in Africa and India, yet influence over 9 million hectares of land under wildlife management. © &BEYOND HELPING TO FUND CONSERVATION 20 years of conservation successes Rhino relocation to Botswana Gaur relocation in India Munywana leopard research at & Beyond Phinda Aders duiker and suni at/


Application of Remote Sensing in studying forest cover conditions of protected areas in Himachal Pradesh, India Vandana Kumari Chauhan & Ruchika Acharya.

timber, forage, edible products including fruit, honey, mushrooms, fungi, meat (from wildlife) and medicinal & aromatic plants.  provide habitat for wildlife  have been a source of inspiration for people who have often identified forests, / Forest cover assessment in protected area, which is devoid of anthropogenic interferences provides real time information on forest conditions prevailing on the ground. Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) Conservation Area, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India STUDY AREA  /


PATTERN OF ECOTOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN WAYANAD (Kerala, India)

cultural features as other tourism products in India and abroad, Kerala has developed itself as a brand among other states and/, needs a very systematically planned development. All tourist attractions in the district are owned by Dept. of Forests & Wildlife or Dept. of Irrigation, and Dept. of Fisheries. /and lack of proper control over visitors behaviour resulted in exploitation rather than conservation. Absence of a price control mechanism results in price hike for many products. If a person from/


Human Wildlife Conflict: Challenges and Management

in minimizing such conflicts – Outside India HUMAN – WILDLIFE CONFLICTS (HWC) – Possible management practices so far used in minimizing such conflicts - Outside India HUMAN – WILDLIFE CONFLICTS (HWC) – Possible management practices so far used in minimizing such conflicts - Outside India HUMAN – WILDLIFE CONFLICTS (HWC) – Possible management practices so far used in minimizing such conflicts - Outside India/ in remote areas With draw gun licenses in areas of high to medium conflict zones Conduct Conservation/


TYPES AND DISTRIBUTION OF FOREST AND WILDLIFE RESOURSES.

conservation of forest and wildlife resources are concerned. They are referred as permanent forest. If we want to conserve our vast forest and wildlife resources, it is difficult to manage, control and regulate them. In India, much of its forest and wildlife/protected from any further depletion. They are referred as permanent forest. One of the most famous protected forest in India the Periyar National Park BIHAR More Examples.. PUNJAB HIMACHAL PRADESH UNCLASSED FORESTS These are other forests and wastelands/


Recent achievements and challenges in WWF’s work to protect biodiversity and reduce humanity’s footprint in priority areas of the global conservation programme.

Wrangel and Herald islands. © Kevin Schafer / WWF-Canon Increased protection of polar bear habitat Conservation Highlights, May 2013 A new tiger protected area (PA) was created by India in February in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The forests of the Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary extend the existing Bandipur Tiger reserve in the neighbouring state of Karnakata, creating a PA complex that is home to one/


NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY OF: INDIA HARI SRINIVAS ROOM: I-312 / 079-565-7406 International Environmental Policy.

10 Indians GDP: India is still a developing country - Japan’s economy is three times bigger than India. One Japanese person produces the same GDP as four Indians! Environmental Problems in India Pollution. Deforestation. Wildlife trade. The aspirations/ and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 Atomic Energy Act of 1982 Motor Vehicles Act,1988 The Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 The Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (EPA) The National Environment Appellate Authority Act, /


Agroindustry Standards for Biodiversity Conservation Dave Gibson Chemonics International Biodiversity Conservation in Agriculture Symposium Punta Cana,

)? Documented wildlife conservation plan that refers specifically to the farm Baseline audit of species and HVC areas Actions to expand diversity to other sites Meta-standards – Sustainable Food Lab  Soy, Sugar, Palm Oil, Cotton  Focused on non-3rd party verification: Sustainable Food Laboratory Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform IFC BMP Program Meta-standards – IFC’s BMP Program CropPlaces Impacted Partnering Corporations Cotton India, Pakistan/


1www.engineersportal.in. About my Country: Area: 3,287,590 sq km Population: 1,188,310,000 Literacy : 61% Government: Federal Democratic Republic Unemployment:

doing to save our resources? The Government of India has undertaken many measures for the conservation of the resources Regulations and reforms for proper housing and infrastructure development to avoid land acquisition problems Mass media public service messages to educate the people on the importance of conservation of resources Increase the wildlife and forest reserves in the country Schemes to do a proper inventory of/


Paris, March 2004 PACT Partnerships for Conservation UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre.

the natural sites in the List). Forests The Central African World Heritage Forest Initiative (CAWHFI), involving the United Nations Foundation, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, World Wildlife Fund US, Wildlife Conservation Society, Conservation International, Jane /Park, 1992 Egypt - Abu Mena, 2001 Ethiopia - Simien National Park, 1996 Honduras - Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve, 1996 India - Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, 1992 - Group of Monuments at Hampi, 1999 Iraq – Ashur (2003) Jerusalem - Old City of Jerusalem /


1 National Law regarding the illegal wildlife trade and the challenges to implement the law Presented by H.E. Mya Thein Judge Supreme Court of the Union.

(UNDP) and Myanmar government Established the Nature and Wildlife Conservation Division (NWCD), and NWCD is responsible for nature conservation and Protected Areas(PAs). Among the 36 PAs, six PAs have been recognized as ASEAN Heritage Parks (AHP). Three wildlife sanctuaryAHPs - Indawgyi Lake Wildlife sanctuary, Inlay Lake Wildlife Sanctuary, Meinmahla Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary 6 Indawgyi Lake Wildlife sanctuary 7 established in 2004 situated in Moenyin Township, Moenyin District, Kachin State covers/


BIODIVERSITY AND WILDLIFE TRADE IN VIETNAM M.A Dang Xuan Dao Member of Justice Council Chief Judge of Economic Court The Supreme People’s Court of Vietnam.

of fauna and flora in India-Myanmar, South of China and Indo-Malaysia region 2. SOME MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF BIODIVERSITY IN VIETNAM -One of the 16 most biologically diverse countries in the world -Species /tons of wildlife meat 5. SOLUTIONS Biodiversity conservation activities: -In-situ conservation + System of nature reserves in Vietnam (national parks, nature reserves, landscape protection areas) -Ex-situ conservation + Experimental forest + Medicinal plant gardens + Seed bank 6. Conservation and /


ENGLISH ACTIVITY Save Tigers.

to none, to be precise, leass than 20. How many tigers left in India? Just 1411, according to the latest survey/census by the National Tiger Conservation Authority formed to implement the Project Tiger. The Magnificent Indian Tigers The Indian tiger/of telecommunication and road network ·       Development and maintenance of other infrastructure ·       Research, planning and monitoring of wildlife The tiger is one of the most charismatic and evocative species on Earth- it is also one of the most threatened. /


Environmental Conservation: Forests, Grasslands, Parks, and Nature Preserves Chapter 6.

wildlife, and purifying air. World Wood Consumption, 1994 (% of total) Fuelwood Fiber Non-fiber roundwood Asia 93 1 6 Africa 81 13 South Am 50 31 19 former USSR 44 17 39 N/Cen Am 21 37 41 Europe 15 33 52 Oceania 7 14 79 TOTAL 56 18 25 Forest Products DEFORESTATION: Charcoal production – Northern Brazil Himalayas - India/ Banks, governments, and lending institutions hold nearly $1 trillion in loans to developing countries. Conservation organizations buy debt obligations on the secondary market at a discount/


DANGER TO WILDLIFE AND SOME POSSIBLE REMEDIES. Bio Diversity of Pakistan Wildlife of Pakistan is a mix of species of diverse origins. Pakistan is home.

dept State forest dept Ministry of environment and forest Army (IF APPLICABLE) Police Border security force Coast guards  Wildlife conservation society PROJECT TIGER  Project Tiger is a wildlife conservation movement initiated in India in 1972  The project aims at tiger conservation in specially constituted tiger reserves throughout Pakistan  Creation of wildlife sanctuaries and reserves with mandatory fencing  Special task force be prepared for preservation of this supreme predator  No forestry/


PROTECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF SURFACE AND GROUNDWATER IN THE U.S. Constantine Triantafyllidis Supervisor, EH&S HARRIS Corporation.

Permits, Flood Control, Restoration Land Management Coordination, Wildlife Protection Flood Zone Mapping State Department of Environmental Protection Department of Community Affairs Fish and Wildlife Conservation CommissionDepartment of Health Florida Water Plan, Sate Water / TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEASE PROGRAM Enacted after the deadly chemical accident in Bhopal, India, 1984 Enacted after the deadly chemical accident in Bhopal, India, 1984 Requirements to report locations and quantities of certain chemicals /


KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA R.A.U. PUSA. FOR MOST OF US “WILDLIFE” MEANS BEAUTIFUL MAJESTIC OR DANPEROUS ANIMALS LIKE TIGERS, GAZELLES OR WOLVES. IN REALITY, “WILDLIFE

BEAUTIFUL MAJESTIC OR DANPEROUS ANIMALS LIKE TIGERS, GAZELLES OR WOLVES. IN REALITY, “WILDLIFE” MEANS PLANT S AND ANIMALS IN THEIR NATURE HABITAT. WE WILL DISCUSS THE FACTORS WHICH ENDANGER WILDLIFE THE CONSEQUENCES OF DESTROYING WILDLIFE AND THE STEPS BEING TAKEN TO CONSERVE WILDLIF. BIODIVERSITY MEANS THE VARIETY AND VARIABLITY OF ORGANISMS IN THE WORLD. VARIABLITY MEANS THE POSSIBILITY OF VARIATION. IT IS THIS POSSIBILITY THAT HAS HALPED US/


TITLE: FORESTS AND WILDLIFE AUTHOR’S NAME: DHANYA MANOOR AFFILIATION: STUDENT (10 TH STANDARD, VIKASA HIGH SCHOOL ) ADDRESS: VIKASA HIGH SCHOOL, ALKOLA,

CONSERVATION OF FORESTS 1. Nationalization of forest operations 2. Protection and operation of wild life and environment. 3. Commercialization of Industrial forest operation. 4. Raising the forest area to 33.3% of land of India. 5. Social forestry SOME OF THE FACTS REGARDING THESE FORESTS Forests in India/totally banned Research on wildlife should be encouraged Research on wildlife should be encouraged Public should be educated Public should be educated NATIONAL PARKS IN KARNATAKA Bandipur Bandipur /


Briefing on Tourism and Wildlife SHEDRACK MASHAURI Principal Tourism Officer 17 th September, 2008.

Wildlife Conservation and Management Adopt a regional approach to the protection of wildlife resources from illegal use and practice Adopt a regional approach for participation in regional and international treaties/agreements on wildlife conservation and management; and Enhance capacity building in the tourism and wildlife/different donors (e.g. Government of India) Finalization of the operational documents for the EATWCA: −stakeholders consultation process in Partner States −approval by Sectoral Council /


HIV/AIDS and the Environment - Linkages, Impacts and Actions Judy Oglethorpe, World Wildlife Fund Daulos Mauambeta, Wildlife and Environmental Society.

Longer term impacts Resource and environmental degradation Increased poverty Insecurity Case study WILDLIFE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIETY OF MALAWI Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS Justification for involvement in HIV/AIDS Conservation is: about people for people by people Since 1994 WESM has /the true costs What can the conservation sector do? Next wave countries Raise awareness in ‘next wave’ countries, e.g. Russia China India Nigeria Ethiopia Papua New Guinea What can the conservation sector do? Best practices Seek,/


Appendix VI Example of SES Concept Map for H-W Conflicts in Bhutan This approach to SES concept mapping is based on the conceptual modeling of coupled.

For simplicity sake, we have only focused on the interrelationships directly involving pigs, tigers, crops, cattle, farmers, and Bhutan’s Conservation ethic in this example. See next slide (Appendix VI-B). Key: IndividualsEnergy NutrientsMaterials CapitalInfrastructure Conservation Bridge – Cornell University Biophysical Resources: Wildlife Monkeys Dholes Pigs Tigers Leopards Landscapes Trees Shrubs NTFP & Grasses Alpine Meadows Mountains Agricultural Lands CropsYaksCattle Minor Livestock Forests: Ecosystem/


Natural resources Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production or consumption. Such.

artificial causes can be replaced with the new one. Example of renewable resources are: Forest, wildlife, wind energy, tidal energy, solar energy, water energy etc. Non-renewable resources: For/in co-ordination to protect and conserve forest resource. In the guideline issued in 2000 by MOEF, at least 25% of income from the area must go to the community . Until 2002, there were 63,618 JFM committees managing over 140,953sq km of forest in 27 state in India. Social forestry: It includes Creation of woodlots in/


International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development Kathmandu, Nepal Environmental Monitoring and Long-Term Ecological Research for Biodiversity Conservation.

in HKH signatory to CBD Landscape Approach Recognizes transboundary nature of conservation and threats Includes both natural and managed components of biodiversity Agro-biodiversity, wildlife and wildlife habit Explicitly recognizes the important role of cultural diversity in/Initiative: Transboundary Landscapes HKH Transect Initiative – Transboundary Landscapes Kailash Sacred Landscape China-India-Nepal Addressing scientific uncertainties; Regional cooperation framework for research; Capacity building and /


5. 4 3 Let’s start Presentation on Types and Distribution of Forest and Wildlife Resources.

in the Indian Forest Act 1927 in British India. A large number of forests which came under the jurisdiction of government of India during the political integration. Reserved Forest First Reserve forest of India was Satpura National Park. Land rights to forests declared to be Reserve forests typically required & owned by the GOI. Similar to national parks of India or wildlife sanctuaries of India/ are regarded as the most valuable as far the conservation of forest resources are concerned. Almost one third of/


Sustaining Ecosystems Land Use, Conservation, Management & Deforestation, Biodiversity and Forest Management.

multiple use Public Lands in the US USA largest area = public lands Mostly Alaska (73%) & West US (22%) –Classified as: multiple use lands Moderately restricted lands Restricted-use lands Multiple Use Lands Grasslands & Forests managed by US Forest Service Principles of Management: –Sustainable yield (cutting trees no faster than they could regenerate) –Multiple use (timber harvesting, grazing, recreation, wildlife conservation) Actual uses: –Logging/


Population in the Wild: 25-40 individuals Population in Captivity: 170 individuals (approximate) Locality: Southwest Primoskiy Krai, of far eastern Russia.

HIGH RISK OF EXTINCTION IN THE WILD 1 Population in the Wild: about 1,500 individuals Population in Captivity: about 2,500 individuals Locality: Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar and Nepal 9 1 The International Union for Conservation of Nature. (/level rise and tigers: predicted impacts to Bangladesh’s Sundarbans mangroves. Climatic Change, 98(1-2), 291-298. Retrieved from Wildlife & Ecology Studies Worldwide database. WHERE THE WILD THIN GS ARE ENDANGERED SPECIES BIG CA TS (From left to right) Amur /


International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development Kathmandu, Nepal Sustaining mountain communities in the Hindu Kush Himalaya: A tough trial in.

(Management Plan with Transboundary Context) India Askot Wildlife Sanctuary (Management Plan with Transboundary Context) Nepal Api Nampa Conservation Area (Management Plan with Transboundary Context) Nepal Api Nampa Conservation Area (Management Plan with Transboundary Context) Transboundary Trade on MAP’s and biocorridors Community to Community trade exchange (policy frameworks not in place; support existing local level mechanism) Transboundary Trade on MAP’s and biocorridors Community to/


TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT (THM 317)

significantly contribute to environmental protection, conservation and restoration of biological diversity Because of their attractiveness, pristine sites and natural areas are identified as valuable and this lead to creation of national and wildlife parks. In Hawaii, new laws and regulations /construct a permanent, state of the art hospital on the island in 2001/2. THM 317 CASE STUDIES ON EMS IN HOSPITALITY BUSINESSES 8 2. The Orchid Hotel, Mumbai, India DESIGN The 245-room, fi ve star, ECOTEL-certifi ed/


PASTORALISM, NATURE CONSERVATION and DEVELOPMENT

in synergy rather than producing disharmony and conflict requires consideration of the views of all stakeholders. Key management strategies include:  Identifying causes of conflict: assess the impacts of different grazing densities on wildlife assess the extent to which conservation/meat and milk products.   GOOD PRACTICES GOOD PRACTICES CASE STUDY Marketing sustainable products (India and Pakistan)   In the Thar Desert that straddles the Indo-Pakistan border, camels have traditionally been indispensable for/


Portfolio Committee on Tourism

vacation destinations that made Chennai the 2nd largest tourism industry in India. Anurag Agnihotri Thursday, July 1, 2010 Transformation Strategy South Africa like India has inexpensive surgical procedures for the patient from the west./ wildlife conservation efforts enables you to enjoy a luxurious vacation with exceptional safari experiences, while contributing to create a healthier environment for all. Many of these accommodations hire local villagers to run these wildlife conservation programs/


Marine turtle conservation under CITES ---- CAFS research focus Thanks for: 1. SeaWorld/Busch GardenANIMALS,http://www.seaworld.org 2. SWOT,http://www.seaturtlestatus.org/

wildlife conservation National level: Regulation on Fishing permission(2002, amended in 2004): ----Classifcation of the fishing boats and fishing grounds ----Control of Marine Fishing Vessels fishing gear in catch limits ----Fishing license system ----Duties for Signatory Regional Level: Stipulation for Conserving Living Aquatic Resources In/ Appendices II Third meeting of the Conference of the Parties New Delhi (India), 25 February – 8 March 1981 Appendices I Cheloniidae Cheloniidae spp *. Dermochelyidae/


Principles for a Mangrove Code of Conduct, cenTER Aarhus and ISME PROJECT Mainstreaming Conservation of Coastal Biodiversity through Formulation of a Code.

used in mangrove management/India Marine and Coastal Program, UNEP/WCMC Marine and Coastal Program, UNEP/WCMC UNEP Africa UNEP Africa National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) RAMSAR RAMSAR Sunderbans Biodiversity Conservation Project (SBCP) Sunderbans Biodiversity Conservation Project (SBCP) Struggle to Economise Future Environments (SEFE) Cameroon Struggle to Economise Future Environments (SEFE) Cameroon United States Fish and Wildlife/


ECOTOURISM: Growing With Nature Poverty Alleviation and Environmental Conservation By: Dr. Mina T. Gabor Chairman, Ecotourism Society of the Philippines.

areas, water sources or wildlife habitats. Take nothing in with you and leave behind only footprints. If reviewing wildlife, never touch, chase or harass animals or marine life. Support the work of conservation and preservation organizations. GLOBAL /900 to qualified families, “AUSTRALIA” movie “Greatest Job in the World” New Zealand - $5.0 mill for Auz incentives Vietnam – 50% discounts; VAT reduction; VOA + exempt China – Travel Coupons = domestic focus India – Visit India 2009 = Buy 1 get 1 free Japan – /


Community action and tiger conservation: Assessing the role of social capital 1. Archi Rastogi* ± # 2. Sneha Thapiyal + 3. Gordon M Hickey* *Department.

Wildlife Institute of India, India # Department of Environment and Resource Studies, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada ^Centre for Public Policy, Indian Institute of Management Banglore, Banglore, India Contents  Introduction  Social capital  Study area  Methods  Results  Discussion Introduction Biodiversity Conservation/(Damania et al. 2003)  Cooperation in poaching? Social capital is key! Study Area: Corbett Tiger Reserve, India Globally important tiger population Corbett Tiger Reserve Source/


A future task in good hands CITES regulations for hunting trophies from Central Asia and management proposals for exporting countries Mario Sterz, Graduate.

Wildlife Management in Central Asia, 31.08.-03.09.2015, Ashgabat-Turkmenistan CITES and the European Union Requirements for the import of hunting trophies Species included in Annex B of the Regulation (EC) 338/97 Ovis vignei (Urial, Shapu) Saiga tatarica (Saiga Antelope) Budorkas taxicolor (Takin), distributed only in India/Res. Conf. 16.7) The hunting management plan in place for the species involved (see slide SRG opinions) The conservation benefits for the species involved arising from hunting programs /


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