Ppt on forest and wildlife resources in india

INDIAN CASE STUDY OF PROJECT TIGER AND BIOSPHERE RESERVE Submitted by K.MURUGESAN I st M.Sc.,BOTANY GANDHIGRAM RURAL UNIVERSITY TAMILNADU.

National parks 510 Wildlife sanctuaries 28 Tiger Reserves 25 Elephant Reserves OBJECTIVES To conserve the diversity and integrity of plants and animals To safeguard genetic diversity of species To provide areas for multi-faceted research and monitoring To provide facilities for education and training To ensure sustainable use of natural resources through most appropriate technology BR OF INDIA The Indian government has established 17 BR in India,which protect/


Entire Year Environmental Review. SUSTAINABLE To use resources in such a way as to meet needs now and provide for needs in the future. Without depleting.

birth rate (BR) Crude death rate (DR) Fig. 11.5, p. 241 China India USA Indonesia Brazil Pakistan Russia Bangladesh Japan Nigeria 2000 2025 1.26 billion 1.4 billion 1/in Elizabeth river) Multiple Use Lands 156 forests Logging Mining Livestock grazing Farming Oil and gas extraction Recreation Sport hunting, fishing Commercial fishing Conservation of soil, watershed, soil and wildlife resources Moderately restricted use lands 524 national wildlife refuges Protect habitats and breeding areas for waterfowl And/


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.

renewable energy resources. Energy resources include natural gas, thermal, hydro, nuclear and other renewable sources. Our Natural Resources Wealth Vegetation India has diverse vegetation which includes tropical rainforests, deciduous forests and coniferous forests. India has 6 % of the world’s flowering plants. Wildlife India has many species of animals, birds and reptiles which includes 7.6% of all mammalian, 12.6% of avian, 6.2% of reptilian of the wildlife population in the world/


UNIT 2 NATURAL RESOURCES

in India. They also alienated local people by creating Reserved and Protected Forests which curtailed access to the resources. This led to a loss of stake in the conservation of the forests which led to a gradual degradation and fragmentation of forests across the length and breadth of the country. Another period of overutilisation and forest/when found necessary in future. Ensuring long-term food security may depend on conserving wild relatives of crop plants in National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. If /


2 nd EXPERT GROUP MEETING OF SAWEN Country Presentation – India 29 January, 2011 Paro, Bhutan.

. Tiger number range between 1165 to 1657 Protection/Enforcement framework in India Federal governance: Centre and State have specific roles Federal governance: Centre and State have specific roles Habitat-land, water etc State subject, wildlife government property Habitat-land, water etc State subject, wildlife government property Protection/Enforcement framework in India: contd. Day to day management of PA s and execution of Acts – by State Governments Day to day/


Conservation of Biodiversity and Wildlife

India are parties to the Convention. The convention has 3 main goals:- Convention on biodiversity, Sustainable use of the components of the biodiversity Sharing the benefits arising from the commercial and other utilization of genetic resources in a fair and equitable way. INDIAN LAWS FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIODIVERSITY AND WILDLIFE Biodiversity Act Of 2002 Wildlife protection Act Of 1972 And/ % is under forest cover. Thus, this ecosystem supports 7000 species of plants, 165 of mammals, and 700 species of /


Tiger Watch: Ranthambore Tiger Conservation Anti-Poaching Efforts and Affected Community Rehabilitation.

government agencies are assigned to anti- poaching: Forest Dept and Police; the police are overburdened with criminal cases and the Forest Dept is not trained for anti-poaching. Ranthambore TP Was considered to be the success story of “Project Tiger” led by Fateh Singh Rathore Ranthambore was one of the most popular tourist destinations in India for both history and wildlife. Tiger populations apparently soared until the late/


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

- Ecosystem Alliance & JTEF 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/


PATTERN OF ECOTOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN WAYANAD (Kerala, India)

Responsible Ecotourism Responsible Ecotourism- the Future of tourism in Wayanad Wayanad, is a hill station and tourism is a new entrant. Majority of people are basically involved in agriculture and related jobs. Unlike other districts in Kerala here natural resources are not exploited for industries but tourism is the main media of exploitation. Dept. of Forest and Wildlife enforce strict guidelines and regulations for tourism activity, but the District Tourism/


Human Wildlife Conflict: Challenges and Management

for Mitigation… Sustained RM/harvesting The normal population growth pattern with reproductive management and combination of reproductive management and harvest Option for Managing Rhesus Macaques Simulated rhesus population growth and population management (reproductive management and removal) scenarios HUMAN – WILDLIFE CONFLICTS (HWC) – Possible management practices so far used in minimizing such conflicts - INDIA Management Species Country Successful Type Strengths Weakness Reference Practices HUMAN/


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

6 Outline: Tropical Forests Temperate Forests Harvest Methods and Fire Management Rangelands Overgrazing and Land Degradation Parks and Nature Preserves History - Problems - Size and Design Wilderness Areas Wildlife Refuges Forests, woodlands = 33% land area FAO 1999, WRI 1998-1999 GLOBE Forests, woodlands = 33% land area Ice, rock, desert etc. = 32% Range, Pastures = 23% ~ 66% area in RESOURCE EXTRACTION Ag = 10% Built land = 2% World Forests WORLD FORESTS Scenic, cultural, and historic value. Provide/


Clean Air Acts of 1955, ‘63, ‘67, ‘70, ‘77, ‘90 This was a national law instituted in the US, however many other countries followed suite soon after The.

forest resources into one law. It gives the Secretary of Agriculture the right to develop and adminster timber, water, range, recreation, and wildlife, also known as the five major resources provided by a forest. Multiple-use Sustainable Yield act (cont.) This was made because by 1950 the forests/ what we took and gave back. This law allowed the forests to be only used as necessary by the American people and not just for economical gain. Bhopal Disaster In the region of Bhopal in India what is considered /


Chapter 8 Land Resources and Uses. Wapusk National Park Just southeast of Churchill MB Just southeast of Churchill MB Wild and remote landscape Wild and.

Wildlife habitat Wildlife habitat Soil Conservation Policies Consider a career as a remediation specialist Consider a career as a remediation specialist Be involved in the planning of removing contamination from soil, groundwater, and other natural sites Be involved in the planning of removing contamination from soil, groundwater, and other natural sites Eco Canada Career Focus Case Study: Industrial Ecosystems Industrial ecology Industrial ecology Efficient use of resources/


Introduction A forest is an area with a high density of trees (or, historically, a wooded area set aside for hunting).treeshunting These plant communities.

parks, wilderness areas, or other areas set aside for conservation purpose. Indian rain forest Indias unique topography, terrain, climate and vegetation, brings out natural diversity that cannot be witnessed anywhere else in the world. Tropical forests in Indias east present a total contrast with the pine and coniferous woodland of the Western Himalayas. Wildlife conservation in India But due the growing impact of deforestation, few concerned animal lovers are making continuous/


India Presented by Evelyn Lawrence homepage. India India has well over a billion people, 1,095,351,995- (2006 est. ). India has well over a billion people,

India. A northeastern state of India. Capital is Dispur. Capital is Dispur. Population 26,638,407 (2001) Population 26,638,407 (2001) Is a multiethnic society. Is a multiethnic society. Forty-five different languages Forty-five different languages It experiences heavy rainfall between March and September. It experiences heavy rainfall between March and September. Assam is very rich in vegetation, forest and wildlife. Assam is very rich in vegetation, forest and wildlife/


Chapter 25-2. People and Their Environment Limited Access to Clean Water Successful Resource management- Sustainable development- using resources at a.

a rate that doesn’t take away from future generations Human Impact on Resources Water Forests Wildlife Water Lack of clean water India is most developed Still less than 60% urban and 20% of the rural population have access to sanitation facilities Water continued… Dams Positives- Source of energy and water, fishing can improve, halts devastating floods. Negatives- forces people to relocate, trap water that is/


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

an 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 of the/


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

in particular] 90 December 2012 Current Biodiversity/Ecosystem Services Legislations (cont.) India  Indian constitution: duty of the state to ‘protect and improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wildlife /and Benefit Sharing in India Procedure for access to biological resources and associated traditional knowledge  Any person seeking approval of the Authority for access to biological resources and associated knowledge for research or for commercial utilization shall make an application in/


Assam 2012 AUGUST THE LAND OF RED RIVERS AND BLUE HILLS

such as wildlife sanctuaries, adventure tourism, eco-tourism, hill stations, lakes and places of historical significance. There are five national parks and 18 wildlife sanctuaries in Assam. Assam produces over 50 per cent of the tea produced in India. As of/please visit www.ibef.org BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Assam Key Industries – Forest Resources 2012 AUGUST 2012 THE LAND OF RED RIVERS AND BLUE HILLS Key Industries – Forest Resources Since this region has highest concentration of bamboo, which accounts/


Forest Resources Population & Natural Resources Unit III Part IV.

aesthetics, recreational, economic, historical, cultural and religious values. Forest provide fuel, wood, timber, wildlife, habitat, industrial, forest products, climate regulations, medicinal etc. Forest Resources The word forest is derived from a Latin word “ Foris” means Outside Forest are one of the most important natural resources of the earth. Approximately 1/3 rd of the earth’s total area is covered by forests Indian Scenario In India forest cover Overall, 21.02% of the/


Pre-AP Geography The Asian Realm - South Asia

by using their resources at a sustainable rate. Deforestation and irrigation have reduced the habitats of elephants, water buffalo, crocodiles, tigers, and other wild animals. Governments are creating wildlife reserves and restricting logging in an effort to/ in central India. Forests Commercial logging has destroyed many of South Asia’s old growth forests. Slash-and-burn agriculture has also contributed to the damage. The loss of forests contributes to higher temperatures, erosion, loss of wildlife, and /


BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION BY MRS.G.K.VINAYAGAM.

protected as biosphere reserves, national parks and sanctuaries. India now has 14 biosphere reserves, 90 national parks and 448 wildlife sanctuaries. India has also a history of religious and cultural traditions that emphasised protection of nature. In many cultures, tracts of forest were set aside, and all the trees and wildlife within were venerated and given total protection. Such sacred groves are found in Khasi and Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya, Aravalli Hills of Rajasthan, Western/


English for tourism About English for tourism in Kanchanaburi By Friendship Mathayom 5/8 The Project Advisor Miss Jantana Khamanukul Kanchananukroh school.

Location Buddhas first sermon. Place bowl and December respectively nirvana. This place is located in the current Despite the belief that In India, even in front of the temple entrance Pha Thaen Dong (left) hand in front of chapel Pha Thaen Dong (/and therefore kept it in its natural condition. Because of that, most of the wild animals typically found in forested areas in South East Asia have been seen in this area, including some rare ones such as tigers.malaria South East Asia tigers Climate The wildlife/


1 National Tiger Recovery Program for Myanmar Forest Department Ministry of Forestry MYANMAR Forest Department Ministry of Forestry MYANMAR.

government 19 Financing Options 20 Indicative Costs Activity Costs (US$) Training and Implementation of MIST in Thaninthayi 50,000 Awareness-raising and multi-agency support campaign for national government 30,000 Training and capacity building for biological monitoring in Thanintahyi 50,000 Trans-boundary meetings with India, China and Thailand to strengthen cooperation on Tiger and other wildlife crime enforcement 150,000 Small-scale Occupancy surveys for Tiger Prey/


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

, thorium, petroleum, natural gas Energy India makes use of both renewable and non renewable energy resources. Energy resources include natural gas, thermal, hydro, nuclear and other renewable sources. 3www.engineersportal.in Our Natural Resources Wealth Vegetation India has diverse vegetation which includes tropical rainforests, deciduous forests and coniferous forests. India has 6 % of the world’s flowering plants. Wildlife India has many species of animals, birds and reptiles which includes 7.6% of/


English for tourism About English for tourism in Kanchanaburi By Friendship Mathayom 5/8 The Project Advisor Miss Jantana Khamanukul Kanchananukroh school.

Location Buddhas first sermon. Place bowl and December respectively nirvana. This place is located in the current Despite the belief that In India, even in front of the temple entrance Pha Thaen Dong (left) hand in front of chapel Pha Thaen Dong (Central/and therefore kept it in its natural condition. Because of that, most of the wild animals typically found in forested areas in South East Asia have been seen in this area, including some rare ones such as tigers.South East Asiatigers Climate The wildlife/


Forest Resources Population & Natural Resources Unit III.

engineering projects which caused deforestation problems in India. What are importance of Forest resources for Economic and Ecological wealth of a country. Enlist the functions of forest and explain any one briefly. Introduction Forest resources play an important role in the economy of any country. It is highly complex, changing environment made up of a living and non living things. Living things include trees, shrubs, wildlife etc. and non- living things include water/


 Biodiversity is the variety and differences among living organisms from all sources, including terrestrial, marine, and other aquatic ecosystems and.

, due to the rate of resource exploitation and habitat loss. Criteria for determining hot-spots:  No. of Endemic Species i.e. the species which are found no where else.  Degree of threat, which is measured in terms of Habitat loss.  Western Ghats and Sri Lanka, also known as the “Sahyadri Hills” encompasses the montane forests in the southwestern parts of India and on the neighboring Islands of Sri/


Splash Screen. Chapter Intro 1 South Asian countries are working to increase trade, industrialization, and technology, but ongoing political and religious.

that employs workers in their homes Vocab8 sustainable development technological and economic growth that does not deplete the human and natural resources of a given area Vocab9 Chipko India’s “tree-hugger” movement that protects forests through reforestation and by supporting limited timber production Vocab10 poaching illegal hunting of protected animals Vocab11 nuclear proliferation the spreading development of nuclear arms Vocab12 Dalits the “oppressed”; in India, people assigned to/


Sherdukpen Community Conservation Area Meghalaya Environment and Wildlife Society A novel development in Biodiversity Conservation is taking place in Arunachal.

& the Environment Open conflict, declared or undeclared war, insurgency, militancy, & terrorism debilitate governments. Governments, politicians and outside interest groups have fled from the problems Vast environmental resources left to insurgents Sherdukpen Community Conservation Area Meghalaya Environment and Wildlife Society Almost ALL of North Assam’s Government Reserved Forests in N.E. India have been decimated to the almost non-existent stage, on the pretext of settling “Insurgents/


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.

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/SOCIAL SYSTEM Conservation Bridge – Cornell University Social Institutions Ministry of Bhutan Trust Agric. & Forests Fund Parliamentary Bhutan Democracy Constitution Gross NationalBhutan Power Happiness Corporation K-12 Schools Colleges Clinics/


Aim: How has geography affected human development? Vocabulary: The bolded words in this slide show.

Plateau http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/deccan/ Resources in South Asia Iron ore Gold Silver Diamonds Coal Timber Bauxite (Aluminum ore) Titanium ore http://www.cs.iupui.edu/~umurthy/India/resourse.html Bauxite Major Geographic Features Of Southeast Asia Locate the following Rivers: Mekong Salween Irrawaddy These rivers served as water routes and connected people in South, Southeast, and East Asia. http://concise.britannica.com/ebc/


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.

officially. Recommendations  Love towards mother Earth,Nature & Animals  Conservation laws for wildlife/forest practiced properly  Strict actions against,who do not abide laws  Non Balable arrest to person found acused  Non industrial activities besides reserve forest conclusion Forests and wildlife are the renewable natural resource and if all the planned programmes are effectively executed, in a few decades the flora and the fauna will start flourishing Where is my mamma


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

and 23 lbs/day of waste Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Medical Waste Solutions: Solutions: Strengthen EPA regulations Strengthen EPA regulations Segregation and/- oil spill -wildlife devastated, $5 billion damage 1989 Alaska, Exxon Valdez - oil spill -wildlife devastated, $5 /War, U.S. The Military: Diversion of Resources Away from Health Care 3 hours world arms /


CLASS X (GEOGRAPHY) RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT. GEOGRAPHY: CLASS 10 TH CHAPTER 1: RESOURCE AND DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE Definition of a Resource “Something.

, pastures, ponds, water in wells etc. COMMUNITY OWNED RESOURCES Are those resources which are managed by the all members of the community. Example: Grazing grounds, burial grounds, public parks, picnic spots etc. NATIONAL RESOURCES Are those resources which are related to a particular nation. Land resource are within the political boundaries and oceanic resource up to 12 nautical miles Example: Minerals, forests, wildlife, oceanic resources etc. Are those resources which are related/


Lecture on Concept of SEP: An Understanding at Local, State and National Level By Prof. Prasanta De Centre for Environmental Planning & Technology Ahmedabad,

enacted its own act for the protection of the wildlife. 2. THE WATER (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION) ACT, 1974 2. THE WATER (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION) ACT, 1974 Problem was Perceived pollution of river water. 3. FOREST CONSERVATION ACT, 1980 3. FOREST CONSERVATION ACT, 1980 Conservation of forest areas. Environmental Concerns in India: 4. THE AIR (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION) ACT, 1981 4. THE AIR (PREVENTION/


Field immobilization of Tigers (Panthera tigris) using a combination of medetomidine and ketamine Panna National Park, India Pradeep K. Malik.

combination of medetomidine and ketamine Panna National Park, India Pradeep K. Malik Study Area Panna National Park 543 km 2 Central India Miscellaneous dry deciduous forest Interspersed with grasslands Planning & Resources Survey of study area Training of field assistants in field craft Elephants// free ranging tiger Acknowledgements Madhya Pradesh Forest Department Wildlife Institute of India Global Tiger Patrol National Fish & Wildlife Foundation US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Conservation Society


Dr. V. B. Mathur Dean, Faculty of Wildlife Sciences, Wildlife Institute of India Chandrabani, Dehradun (Uttarakhand). INDIA Management.

& 2010-11) 2In-depth, Evidence based assessment 02 World Heritage Sites (2003-07) 3Rapid Expert-based scorecard58 National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries (2008-09) 40 National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries (2012-13) MEE of Project Tiger Reserves in India (2005-06) MEE of Project Tiger Reserves in India Results at a Glance… S. No. Name of the Tiger Reserve ScoreCategory 1Kanha166Very Good 2Dudhwa154Very Good 3Corbett152Very Good 4Sunderbans152Very Good/


CHAPTER -2 NATURAL RESOURCES.  LAND RESOURCES  WATER RESOURCESFOREST RESOURCES  MINERAL RESOURCES  FOOD RESOURCES  ENERGY RESOURCES CONTENTS.

productive or not, including land from which forests have been cleared but which will be reforested in the near future. The FAO estimates the world’s area of forest and woodland as of 1994 to be about 4.7 billion hectares WORLD LAND USE DISTRIBUTION WORLD FOREST DISTRIBUTION FOREST RESOURCES IN INDIA As per the State of Forest Report 1999, the total forest cover of India is 637, 293 sq km which/


LAND USE, RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT. Abuse of the Land Tragedy of the Commons Deforestation Provide fuel & building materials, space for growing food,

elsewhere of comparable health and magnitude in exchange for damage done as a result of developing a nearby area Example Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act of 1980 Managing Agriculture and Forestry The land must /and encourage farmers to conserve soils and secure the food supply Supports innovative approaches to resource management and sustainable agriculture in around the world China, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Nepal, the Philippines and India Managing Agriculture and Forestry Use of forests/


Ali Reja Osmani Faculty, Karimganj Law College Karimganj, Assam, India.

of the proposed project on the downstream areas of Bangladesh. India also assured Bangladesh to provide any additional and supplementary data and information required for the study Applicable Legal Framework Ganges Water Treaty/ and Natural Resources (COLNER) etc Indigenous people in Manipur protesting against the Tipaimukh Project Environmental and Forest Clearances of the Project Any project of this nature and dimension requires two kinds of clearances such as, Environmental Clearance and Forest Clearance/


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

benefits such as conservation of resources reduction in energy used during manufacture and reducing pollution levels. Some materials such as aluminum and steel can be recycled many times. Metal, paper, glass and plastics are recyclable. Mining of new aluminum is expensive and hence recycled aluminum has a strong market and plays a significant role in the aluminum industry.  Paper recycling can also help preserve forests as it takes about/


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and Protection of Rights a. M. C. Mehta v Kamal Nath (1997) I SCC 388 The Public Trust Doctrine rests on the Principle that every natural resource has greater importance to the people as a whole than to make it a subject of private ownership.   b. T. N. Godavarman Thirumulpad v. Union of India AIR 1997 SC 1228   - “Forest” includes the area noted in the/


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found that most citydwellers enjoy and appreciate wildlife in their day to day lives (Shaw, Magnum dan Lyons. 1985). Shaw, W.W., Magnum, W.R., and J.R. Lyons. 1985. Residential enjoyment of wildlife resources by Americans. Leis. Sci. 7:361-375. J.F. Dwyer, E. G.McPherson, H.W. Schroeder, and R.A. Rowntree. 1992. ASSESSING THE BENEFITS AND COSTS OF THE URBAN FOREST. Journal of Arboriculture 18/


Lecture 25 NATURAL RESOURCE PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

women, children, and other minority groups. 2002 Forest Policy Objectives Reduce negative socio-economic impacts. Reduce political interference in forestry and wildlife departments. Renovate and re-invigorate the institutions involved in the management of renewable natural resources. Support local governments in the sustainable development of their renewable natural resources. Institute policies to protect fragile ecosystems. Improve and sustainably manage riverine forests and irrigated plantations. Achieve/


Mrs. Dow Unit Four Chapter 11

and preserves National forests (and Xs) National wildlife refuges National parks and preserves (and Xs) National wildlife refuges National forests (and Xs) National wildlife refuges 4/16/2017 Public lands in the U.S. 11.3 Public lands help preserve biodiversity U.S. has set aside more land than any other nation More than a 1/3rd of the land in the US consist of publicly owned national forests, resource lands, parks, wildlife refuges and/2017 Neem tree Azadirachta indica, India Treatment of many diseases, /


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice

and lead Medical Waste One hospital bed generates between 16 and 23 lbs/day of waste Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Medical Waste Solutions: Strengthen EPA regulations Segregation and/, Exxon Valdez - oil spill -wildlife devastated, $5 billion damage Punitive /.S. The Military: Diversion of Resources Away from Health Care 3 hours world/ Timber (below cost sales of national forest trees) – approx. $350 million/yr Oil and gas - $550 million/yr Citizens/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

and 23 lbs/day of waste Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Medical Waste Solutions: Solutions: Strengthen EPA regulations Strengthen EPA regulations Segregation and/ Disasters Alaska, Exxon Valdez, 1989 - oil spill -wildlife devastated, $5 billion damage Alaska, Exxon Valdez, 1989 - oil spill -wildlife devastated, $5 billion damage Punitive damages overturned by U/


NATIONAL TIGER RECOVERY PLAN (NTRP) BHUTAN. Long Term Strategic Goal By 2022, tiger meta-population in Bhutan thrives and co-exists harmoniously with.

resources for the local communities Objective 4: Strengthen trans-boundary conservation linkages Activities  Monitor cross border movement of animals  Set up cross border administrative coordination mechanisms for joint patrolling, intelligence sharing, and policing for wildlife trade Expected outcomes  Meta-population links between tigers in India and Bhutan  Reduced killing, trafficking, and/ Strengthen anti-poaching and wildlife enforcement 300,000 6. Alternative forest resource use practices for /


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

lbs/day of waste One hospital bed generates between 16 and 23 lbs/day of waste Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Outbreak of hepatitis B in India due to black market in medical waste and supplies (2009) Medical Waste Solutions: Solutions: Strengthen EPA regulations Strengthen EPA regulations Segregation and alternatives to incineration would cost < $1/patient/day 80% of/


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