Ppt on forest conservation in india

Environmental History AP Environmental Science. Ancient Civilizations Ancient Civilizations Air pollution was common in large towns long before the industrial.

denuded by around 1550 in England and the 1600s in Europe, forcing a switch to coal. Timbering in the forests of England, France, Germany leaves large tracts totally denuded by around 1550 in England and the 1600s in Europe, forcing a switch to coal. Midde Ages and Renaissance Midde Ages and Renaissance Soil conservation was not widely practiced in the Mediterranian, but cultures in China, India and Peru understood the/

RAPTOR RESEARCH & CONSERVATION FOUNDATION Conservation through research to ensure stable wild populations of the various species of Asian birds of prey.

projects with other ornithological and raptor-centric research institutions and individuals in India and abroad having similar objectives and particular skills. 5. To establish liaison and make representations to the decision-makers in the Government of India, State Governments, forest departments, local and public authorities, research- based conservation bodies in India and abroad with respect to policy issues in ensuring the survival of raptor species and prevent practices deleterious/

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

include windblown dust, pollen, sea salt nuclei, volcanic ash and gases, smoke and trace gases from forest fires, and terpenes from forests. Anthropogenic sources cover a wide spectrum of types. Table includes a list of major anthropogenic air pollution /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/

Status & issues of the World Forests

of India Fmr PCCF and Prl Secretary Forests, Arunachal Pradesh Email ID: dpandeyifs@rediffmail; pandeyd30@gmail.com OVERVIEW OF WORLD’s FORESTS RESOURCE The interest in the world’s forests has grown due to awareness of their role in the global carbon cycle Mitigates climate change by reducing C emission due to deforestation and forest degradation and increasing C stock due to afforestation, conservation and SFM. Role of forest in conserving/

Climate Change & Forests; Impacts & vulnerability Prof. Ravindranath Indian Institute of Science Bangalore.

the period 1987 to 2009 (according to FSI reports) Cumulative area afforested during 1951 to 2005 Status of Forests India has reasonably succeeded in conserving forests – though degradation continues India has effective forest conservation acts India is also implementing one of the largest afforestation programmes India has launched a large Greening India Mission - aimed at mitigation and adaptation to climate change Impacts of Climate Change – IPCC findings Populations of threatened species/

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

local village community and the forest department work 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 the village common land, government/

Protecting Traditional Knowledge in India March 22, 2012 Anuradha R.V. Partner, Clarus Law Associates New Delhi, India.

Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006 Forest Dwellers Act Historic in terms of content: ▫Early Forest laws in India- focus was State control over resources; conservation New Act: ▫Grants legal recognition to the rights of traditional forest dwelling communities ▫Makes a beginning towards giving communities a voice in forest and wildlife conservation. Forest Dwellers Act (cont’d) Criteria for Protection: ▫Primarily residing in forests or forest lands; ▫Depends on forests and forest/


& employed people when the water quality of river Ganges improves from present to bathing quality – Rs. 500.02 per hh CVM STUDIES CONDUCTED IN INDIA contd… 4. Valuation of Terai forests of Yamuna sub- basin, 40 districts (Hills, plains & foot hills) for the services of recreation, biodiversity conservation and nutrient cycling etc. Average WTP = Rs. 519.87 per hh/year CONCLUSION Why should a/

NATIONAL TIGER RECOVERY PROGRAMME OF BANGLADESH Dr. Tapan Kumar Dey Conservator of Forests, Wildlife Conservation Circle, Forest Department Mrs. Jahan.

Deputy Conservator of Forests and one Assistant Conservator of Forests have attended “Global Tiger Initiative (GTI) CDN Conservationist Practitioners Training Programme” in India (36 days) & USA (15 days). Three high officials of Forest Department and MoEF have attended “Senior Executive Leadership Training on Tiger Conservationin USA (7 days) funded by GTI. Several delegates of Forest Department have attended in GTI & GTF programmes in Nepal and Indonesia. One Assistant Conservator of Forests is on/

Forest Functions Management V.N. Pandey Conservator of Forests January 6, 2003 Disaster Management Institute.

-use values 2 - 27 Not estimated India in respect of World 2% of land area 1.8% of forest land 16% of human population 18% of livestock population 7% of biodiversity (species diversity) Land use Agricultural land- Agro/Farm forestry Forest land- Natural forests - Plantations Other land- Environmental forestry FORESTPURPOSEACTIVITIES Protection Water /Soil conservation Soil moisture conservation works Protected Area Biodiversity conservation Habitat improvement Production Timber production Selective/

1 Call of the Helpless King Help Save the Lions of Gir, India.

Group, IUCN Author of ‘The Story of Asia’s Lion (2005) and The Cheetah in India (1995), sawaj_cheetah@rediffmail.com sawaj_cheetah@rediffmail.com Mr. Bharat Pathak, Conservator of Forest (WL), Junagadh – 362002 – Gujarat, cf-wl-jun@gujarat.gov.incf-wl-jun@gujarat.gov.in Mr. Ravi Singh, Secretary General & CEO, WWF – India, ravisingh@wwfindia.netravisingh@wwfindia.net 30 T h a n k Y o u/

Save Tiger Not only is tiger a beautiful animal but it is also the indicator of the forests health. Saving the tiger means we save the forest since.

conserved. In nature, barring human beings and their domesticates, rest of the ecosystem is wild. Hence conserving wilderness is important and crucial to maintain the life support system. So saving tiger amounts to saving the ecosystem which is crucial for mans own survival. "Do not cut down the forest/ the largest subspecies of tigers in the world. Most commonly found in India and Bangladesh, they are the ‘national animal’ of both these countries. Living in grasslands and in rainforests, they can weight up/

Presentation by Dr. A. P. Singh, IFS Conservator of Forests

Threatened Medicinal Plants Diversity of Gujarat : Its Conservation and Development Measures Presentation by Dr. A. P. Singh, IFS Conservator of Forests Gujarat Forestry Development Project Gujarat State, Gandhinagar Introduction - So far, 04.13 lacs plants identified on the globe. Out of 04.13 lacs, 02.50 lacs are Angiosperms. So far, 45,364 plants identified in India. Out of 45,364 plants, 17,500 are Angiosperms/

SAWEN Update BHUTAN Sonam Wangchuk, Chief Wildlife Conservation Division, Bhutan Second Meeting of South Asia Expert Group on Illegal Wildlife Trade –

Phuntsholing, Gelephu and Samdrupjongkhar) - Paro International Airport - Manned by Royal Bhutan Police, Customs, BAFRA, & Forest - Clear mandate - Nature Conservation Division – WCD and NRED CHIEF WILDLIFE OFFICER BIODIVERSITY INVENTORY & DATA MGMT. SECTION 1.Biodiversity Survey & Data/in all the field offices - Training of trainers on tiger conservation (Teacher, park staff) - Co-existence of human with elephants (Zoo Outreach) Regional Level - Wildlife Institute of India, Dehra Dun - certificate course in/

How do the environmental impacts of a growing population of a developed country, the United States, compares to the undeveloped country of India? By: Leonardo.

-25. Sharma, Suresh and Gulait, S.C. 1997. Population Pressure and Deforestation in India. Population Research Centre of Institute of Economic Growth, University Enclave, Delhi- 7. 1-25. Smith, W. Brad, Patric D. Miles, John S. Vissage and Scott A. Pugh. 2004. “Forest Resources of the United States.” North Central Research Station. Forest Service – U.S. Department of Agriculture, Minnesota. Smith, W. Brad, Patric/

B) biotic aspects: The plants and animals form communities that are specific to each forest type. Plants include the trees, shrubs, climbers, grasses,

to each forest type. Plants include the trees, shrubs, climbers, grasses, and herbs in the forest. Animal include the species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects and other invertebrates and a variety of microscopic animals. Forest types in India They can/ from tube wells lowers the water table creating an even drier environment. How can desert ecosystems be conserved? Desert ecosystems are extremely sensitive. Their ecological balance that forms a habitat for their plants and animals/

Approach to Forestry Mitigation Projects in India Neeta Hooda ICFRE.

program 62,800 FPC’s protecting 14.4 mha which is 45.6% of open forest cover in the country (25.8 m ha) conservation could sequester 120 Mt C per annually for next 5 years Potential (contd.) Siyag (2003) –23 million tonnes of C annually –total CDM investment in India -$ 0.5 billion to 1.5 billion –agroforestry potential-$235 million (24 to 85/

Agriculture and Rural Development, Forests, and Water Strategy Implementation, Recent Trends, and new concepts KCleaver June 9, 2006.

1 % pro- ductivity Gain in Agriculture, Industry, and Services in India % Change in Malnourished Children Depends on Public Investment in Agriculture, 2020 (IFPRI) FAOSTAT, 2002 A problem however: agricultural area expansion has displaced forest and woodland; Need agricultural /Controversy: Water Consumption projected to Increase during 1995 to 2025. Will it be resolved through investment, or conservation, or better management, or all three? And what impact climate change? Per capita water availability is /


Industries.  Over grazing by cattle.  Irrigation and power projects.  Forest fire, floods etc. 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 that constitutes about 2% of the World’s total area/

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

of tigers and their products 2 National long-term strategic goals by 2022  Tiger conservation in Myanmar is currently managed by NWCD of Forest Department.  In June, 2010, an extension area of 11,002 sq-km had been designated as /) An increased frequency of meetings and dialogues with trans- boundary partners to discuss Tigers and conservation priorities. This would consist of a minimum of two meetings with each country (India, Thailand and China) before 2015. 6 Program indicators by 2015 (Cont.)  A true/

Collaborative Approaches for Biodiversity Conservation.

sub committees to integrate conservation concerns into village planning Use of Maps, GIS, data etc for village and district level Planning exercises especially with District Councils For example WWF has compiled comprehensive GIS (Geographic Information Systems) databases on elephant distribution, human-elephant conflict, forest cover loss, and other parameters covering 15 districts in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. WWF-India and the Indian Roads Congress/


7 From left to right: Wet Tropics of Queensland (Australia) [criteria (vii)(viii)(ix)(x)] © Tourism Queensland ; Pantanal Conservation Area (Brazil) [criteria (vii)(ix)(x)] © M&G Therin-Weise ; Waterton Glacier National Peace Park (Canada and USA)/ – has since been inscribed Forests Madagascar moist forests Forests in southern Chile and southern Argentina Dry and moist forests in New Calendonia (France) Western Ghats forests (India) Marine Red Sea corals Andaman Sea (India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, etc/


) 7 H.L. Cas 349. The concept and development of water jurisprudence was well defined in Kautilyas Arthashastra, Vedas, Puranas, Manusmriti, Ramayana, Mahabharata and Quran also. Punishment provision was also there for violation of provisions to conserve and manage water in Kautilyas governance. In ancient India, people believed that forests were the mothers of rivers and worshipped the sources of these water bodies. DEVELOPMENT OF WATER/

The National Green Tribunal Act, 2010 -a Step forward in Environmental Adjudication in India A presentation BY ISHWER SINGH Ministry of Environment & Forests.

clearances under the E(P) Act, 1986  Constitutional remedies under Article 32 and Article 226 of the Constitution of India 3 Dimensions of the Challenge  Pressures on environment: Due to economic development, infrastructural growth, urbanization & changing life / compensation to the victims, in addition to the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 30 Expected Improvement Contd. NGT Act addresses the issue of lack of appellate provisions under the Environment (P) Act & Forest (Conservation) Act, Unlike NEAA,/

Management of Modern Historic Urban Landscapes Chandigarh, India Naomi Angel, Architect - Tel Aviv District Planner UNESCO World Heritage Centre Workshop.

Aviv District Planner Ramat Gan Current conservation list – in preparation? International Style Architecture Backgound Conservation Urban fabric City scale Adjacent cities Discussion Management of Modern Historic Urban Landscapes Chandigarh, India Tel Aviv the city and the/, India District Level Tel Aviv the city and the Metropolitan context Towards a management plan Naomi Angel, Architect - Tel Aviv District Planner Where are we on the timeline of Metropolitan aging? “Petrified forest – Living forest” /

Conservation of Biodiversity and Wildlife

…….. NET Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms. It can be found in all ecosystems, Deserts, rain forests, plains, and other areas, all have distinct forms of wildlife. It also refers to animals that/THE OBJECTIVE BEHIND IT ? The main objective behind In-Situ Conservation is to preserve large areas undeveloped land so that ecosystems and biodiversity can continue to flourish and evolve. NATIONAL PARKS (INDIA) Kaziranga National Park, Assam Manas Wildlife Sanctuary,/


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 resources are either owned or managed by the government through the Forest Department. These are classified are Reserved forests, protected forests, unclassed forests. EXAMPLES…. Jammu and Kashmir Andra Pradesh Kerala Tamil nadu/

Forest Resources Population & Natural Resources Unit III Part IV.

forest cover in India is 6,90,899 km 2 Forest cover in India is defined as all lands, more than one hectare in area with a tree canopy density of more than 10%. Forest Cover of India Functions of Forests The functions of forest / in ecological balance world wide. Environmental changes: It will lead to increase in carbon dioxide concentration and other pollutants which results in Global warming. Afforestation The conservation measure against the deforestation is afforestation. The development of forest by/

Value of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in South Asia and India: Past, Present and Future Anil Markandya Bath University (UK) and BC3 (Spain) December.

categories are valued within this biome: food provisioning, recreation and amenity, erosion prevention and conservation. The countries considered in the assessment include Northern Europe, United States, Asia and Africa. The meta-regression function / Study Valuations are based as much as possible on India studies Valuations for non-forest services are based on a bottom up approach where the value of each “patch” in India is valued. Forest service values (except for carbon sequestration and passive values/


SPECIES IN THE CARIBBEAN  Wings Across the Americas—a Forest Service program to conserve all birds  Habitat restoration for: Bicknell’s thrush in the Dominican Republic Kirtland’s warbler in the Bahamas Cerulean warbler in Ecuador/Disaster Assistance.  Mitigation and Preparedness: India Incident Command Training  Recent responses: Tsunami Humanitarian Response, Darfur Response, Iran Earthquake Crisis Effort, Iraq Humanitarian Crisis, Afghanistan Humanitarian Crisis, India Earthquake, Post 9-11 New York /

First Day – 9/4/13 Supplies: Planner, Pencil, Ruler & Science Notebook Independent: In your student planner find the date and record the topic (Notebook.

: Back to the Future? And Putting the Wind to Work pgs. 30-35 Independent: Super Power India – Cornell Notes India’s Energy Crisis Sustainable Electrical Supply Alternative Cooking Fuel Independent: Update glossary…New words… Update glossary Energy,/ Independent: Cool Jobs in Science – Danny Forester Independent: Update glossary…New words… Update glossary Machine, incline plane, slope, load, load distance, effort force, effort distance, compound machine, Law of Conservation, efficiency Independent: Science/

Practice Session: Harmony in Nature. 2 Human Society – Society based on Relationship, Co-existence Human Target – As an Individual Human Target – As a.

, rather than to deplete it] 39 Forests and Biodiversity 1. Community-based forest management and afforestation projects should be encouraged in areas where there is rich biodiversity. The method of forest management should be done in such a way as to contribute to its proper purpose, which includes national land conservation, water resource conservation, nature conservation, wood production and human living environment conservation, as well as contributing to the/

Empowering forest dependent communities to govern their own natural resources in India- case study from Sarguja district, Chattisgarh Sharmistha Bose,

over management and conservation and right to sell forest resources left out.  Chaupal and Oxfam India along with the state CFR network and national CFR advocacy platform (CFR-LA) appealed to the DLC, Minister, MoTA on behalf of the Gram Sabhas to reverse the claims and grant full and unconditional titles. The matter has reached the SLMC, the final appellate body in the state/

Presentation overview (9/26/2010a) Economic History of Forest Management Policy – past and present Management paradigm Custodial element.

’s facilitator role Forest policies in Nepal Past policies (till 1960) Export of timber (India oriented, revenue focused) Forest Organisation Lack of professional commitment & ownership Lack of government’s priority Middle period (1961 – 1990) Legislative framework National forest plan and MPFS Participatory forest management Massive plantations Forest resources information Recent policies (1991 – present) Donor driven programme Community forestry, participatory conservation and recently collaborative/

Assessment of Ecotourism in Palamau Tiger Reserve: State of Jharkhand, India Diksha Kumari Prasad Conservator of Forests, Department of Forests & Environment,

Tiger Reserve: State of Jharkhand, India Diksha Kumari Prasad Conservator of Forests, Department of Forests & Environment, Government of Jharkhand, Ranchi -834002, India Phone – 00919431775121, 0091-651-2482759 E-mail – dikshap64@yahoo.co.in Contents Introduction Background Methodology Opportunities Challenges Conclusions According to Heather Robinson (2006): Ecotourism is sustainable tourism that "contributes actively to the conservation of natural and cultural heritage; includes local and indigenous/

Forest Resources Population & Natural Resources Unit III.

forest cover in India is 6,90,899 km 2 Forest cover in India is defined as all lands, more than one hectare in area with a tree canopy density of more than 10%. Forest Cover of India Functions of Forests The functions of forest/ in ecological balance world wide. Environmental changes: It will lead to increase in carbon dioxide concentration and other pollutants which results in Global warming. Afforestation The conservation measure against the deforestation is afforestation. The development of forest /

What Does It Take To Be An Effective Business Model in Conservation? 1 CITES 16 th Conference of Parties Bangkok, Thailand March 12, 2013 Keshav Varma.

and open data tools.  Builds capacity of local universities and land management organizations, e.g. protected areas, municipalities, forest complexes. Open Parks Network  Launched by Clemson University with US National Park Service and GTI  Global communication backbone & /Three Years  Mobilize additional resources  Expand the role of Wildlife Business Councils in conservation in India and at least two other countries.  Replicate GTI’s business model to broaden collective engagement and results across all/

An Overview of the Human- Elephant Conflicts in Southern India Alanna Elder and Anne Nicole Reed ElephantElephant By Thangaraj KumaravalSome Rights ReservedBy.

. doi:10.1111/j.1755-263X.2011.00182.x Gubbi et al.2013 Biodiversity and Conservation. doi:10.1007/s10531-014-0621-x Ministry of Environment and Forests (2010) Gajah: securing the future for elephants in India. Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF), Government of India, New Delhi Ramkumar et al (2014). International Research Journal of Biological Sciences 3(8): 1-11. Reddy et al.(2013/

Climate Change and India

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Establishment of Ozone Cell in MoEF Electricity Act Energy Conservation Act Ratifies Kyoto Protocol India ratifies UNFCCC India ratifies Vienna Convention India acceded to Montreal Protocol Establishment of Ministry of Non Conventional Energy Sources Institutional structure for climate change action in India Ministry of Environment & Forests DNA Joint Secretary, GEF Focal Point Joint Secretary, Climate Change Focal Point Advisor/

OECD Workshop By: Ms. Kusum Mishra, Deputy Economic Adviser Ministry of Environment & Forests New Delhi – 110003, India On Regional.

in 1992 infused the concept of sustainable development with country specific programs. In 1992 India released the National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on the Abatement of Pollution. Commitment to Sustainable Development/2 In 2002, India reaffirmed its commitment to sustainable development in/ and Forests/2 Kyoto Protocol Basel Convention on Trans-boundary Movement of Hazardous Substances Convention to Combat Desertification Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants. India has /

Institutional Framework on Sustainable Development

Green economy (economic and environment) Energy Conservation Act, 2001 The Electricity Act, 2003 Sustainable development (social, environment and economic) The (Wildlife Protection Act), 1972 and its amendments in 1991, 2002 Panchayat Extension to Scheduled Areas Act, 1996 Biological Diversity Act, 2002 and the Biological Diversity Rules, 2004 National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005 Forests Rights Act, 2006 India’s policies/programmes at the interfaces/

1 Raw materials outlook for India - A Review A D Baijal VP (Raw Materials) Tata Steel IISI-OECD CONFERENCE Date: 17 th May, 2006.

With expected CAGR of ~7% and exports at 50 mtpa, India will become an importer of iron ore in next 40 years. Reserves in MT Iron Ore Production in MT Most of the iron ore reserves are in reserve forest and environment sensitive areas making the actual availability of reserves much less 17 Imperative – Need for conservation and resource enhancement Challenges -Selective mining of high grade lumpy/


others; to make the school audience acquainted with the World Wildlife Fund, WWF. WORLD WILDLIFE FUND WWFs mission is the conservation of nature. Using the best available scientific knowledge and advancing that knowledge where we can, we work to preserve the/; it is also one of the most threatened. Less than 4,000 remain in the wild, most in isolated pockets spread across increasingly fragmented forests stretching from India to south-eastern China and from the Russian Far East to Sumatra, Indonesia Climbing/

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

sudden climatic events and reducing vulnerability to floods, droughts and other weather- induced problems; PROTECTED AREA 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  Geographical extent: 31° 33 -31°56" N to 77°17- 77°52E  Geographical/

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

-tiger conflicts Conservation areas increase tiger populations and likelihood of attacks on livestock and humans Recovery goals may bring about more conflict 85 people per year dies in India each year from tiger attacks, less than deaths from snake bite or rabies http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20Epvf_fNuo Sundarbans of India and Bangladesh Can locals play a role in tiger management? The Forest Rights Act/


close 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,/Earth- it is also one of the most threatened. Only 6000 or so remain in the wild, most in isolated pockets spread across increasingly fragmented forests, stretching from India to south-eastern china and from the Russian far east to Sumatra , Indonesia. /

Prehistory & the Rise of Civilization

PAX ROMANA (31 B.C.E.-180 C.E.) Civil wars & turmoil of the late republic (FC. 31) Romans’ traditional & conservative nature (FC. 26) Octavian must create a strong one-man rule while making it look like good old days of the Republic Augustan/in 1948 (FC.146A) Classical India to c.1800 C.E. FC.50 THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIAN CIVILIZATION (c.1500-500B.C.E.) Introduction of coinage from Persia Fall of Indus River civilization (FC.12) Renewal of sea trade w/middle East Use of iron which can cut through rain forests/

Forest Certification in India T R Manoharan FSC National Representative for India 01 July 2013 IGNFA Dehradun.

Peoples’ Rights 4.Community Relations 5. Benefits from the Forest 6.Environmental Values and Impacts 7.Management Planning 8.Monitoring and Assessment 9.High Conservation Values 10. Implementation of Management Activities FSC 10 Principles /the validity of the company Forest certification in India Description20072012 No of Chain of custody Certificates 4354 FSC Certified Forest Management Areas (Ha) 688418018 FSC Forest Management Unit Certificate (FM/CoC) in India Certificate Holder Area (Ha)/

PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION ON CAREER & COURSE OPTIONS AFTER 10 th & 12 th STANDARD 1 Integrated National Development In Action I.N.D.I.A. TRUST.

forest fires. The job can be strenuous and may require long hours of walking and driving. Personality People involved with forest management and in the forest services need to be intensely interested in environment, ecology, wildlife and conservation. Integrated National Development In/of duties accruing to the government. Railway Services Railway department being one of the largest service in India, has lot of departments – Production, Electrification, Professional, training, computerised systems, etc. /

Presented at GECAFS Conference in Katmandu, Nepal Land use and water Resources June 29-30, 2006 June 29-30, 2006 By Dr. Pervaiz Amir.

Bank)- Pakistan’s Water Economy Running Dry In India: India’s Water Economy Bracing for Turbulent Future In India: India’s Water Economy Bracing for Turbulent Future OBJECTIVES/ovince Geogra phical area Total area reported col. (4 to 7) Forest area Not available for Cultivation Cultur able waste Cultivat ed area Col/Quality – exploiting the marginal quality zone Meeting the Water Stress Challenge in Agriculture Water conservation (raised bed furrow technology) Efficiency options (sprinkler, trickle, drip etc/

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