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60 Free Essays on Forest And Wild Life Conservation

  1. Widlife

    Conservation Of Wild Life forests Protection and conservation of forests and wildlife are essential to maintain the earth’s health and environment. The earth is the only known living planet and it is because of its special environment and ecology which are life-supporting. Forests are part and parcel...

  2. conservation of forest

    INTRODUCTION Forests are influenced by climate, landform and soil composition and they exist in a wide variety of forms in the tropical, temperate and boreal zones of the world. Each forest type, evergreen and deciduous, coniferous and broadleaved, wet and dry, as well as closed and open canopy forests, has...

  3. Forest

    INTRODUCTION The Wildlife in India is a mix of species of different types of organisms. The forests of India are ancient in nature and composition. Indian people need to have more wildlife education. They are rich in variety and shelter a wide range of flora and fauna and insects. The fact they have...

  4. CSR on the Bengal Tiger

    Royal Bengal Tiger Scientific name: Panthera tigris tigris IUCN Listing: Endangered Habitat: Dry and wet deciduous forests, grassland and temperate forests, mangrove forests Location: Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar and Nepal. India is home to the largest population. Interesting...

  5. Science

    BIOSPHERE The biosphere is the global sum of all ecosystems. It can also be called the zone of life on Earth, a closed (apart from solar and cosmic radiation and heat from the interior of the Earth), and self-regulating system.[1]From the broadest biophysiological point of view, the biosphere is the...

  6. What Is Environment?

    wastewater from homes and industrial facilities, factories and manufacturing plants. Environmental destruction in which woods and whole sections of rain forest are lost to development. There is an imbalance to the way we enrich our cultures at a dear cost to the environment. The beauties of nature are being...

  7. Environment Laws in India

    | 35 | 5.25 | Ghaziabad | 180 | 27 | Noida | 75 | 11.25 | vrindavan | 5 | 0.75 | Source : Yamuna Action Plan, Ministry of Environment & Forests Waste Water Discharge into River Yamuna Type | Discharge | Domestic (treated) | 64% | Domestic (untreated) | 21% | Industries (small)...

  8. Threats to Biodiversity and Conservation of Biodiversity

    industrialization and changes in the land use patterns, poaching of wild life and man wildlife conflicts. Man has begin to overuse or misuse most of these natural ecosystems. Due to unsustainable resource-use, once productive forests and grasslands have been turned into deserts and wastelands have increased...

  9. Journal

    1:2. This indicates the excessive biotic pressure on the limited forest resources of the state and is also a threat to agriculture. 12.3 National Forest Policy (NFP) 1988 envisages that 33% of the geographical area should be under forest or tree cover. Rajasthan, keeping in view the peculiar conditions...

  10. Study

    Wildlife conservation is a practice in which people attempt to protect endangered plant and animal species, along with their habitats. The goal of wildlife conservation is to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy, and to recognize the importance ofwildlife and wilderness lands...

  11. Endangered Species of India

    consequent movement of cattle to the interior forests for grazing has not only wrested a large part of its habitat from wildlife, but has also caused a deterioration in the carrying capacity of the remaining habitat. Improved communications network in the forests, versatile vehicles, slackening of fire-arms...

  12. Icse Syallbus for Geography , 2011 (Class 9 & 10)

    ent: Wildlife Conservation efforts in India http://www.iloveindia.com/wildlife/wildlife-conservation.html Wildlife Conservation in India The Indian subcontinent boasts of serving as the natural habitat of a large and varied wildlife. We can find some of the most magnificent as well as the rarest...

  13. Conservation of Wildlife

    I am writing on the topic wild life. I'm writing on studied mode first time The large scale poaching (killing) of wild animals residing in the forests by man is a serious threat to the survival of many animal and bird species. This also disturbs the food chains in which these animals occur resulting...

  14. Wildlife Conservation in India

    Chapter 9 Wildlife and Nature Conservation 9.1 Protected Areas The first national park in India was declared in 1935, now famous as the Corbett National Park. Since Independence, there has been a steady rise in the number of Protected Areas (PAs) (National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries)...

  15. Wild Life Protection Act

    INDIAN WILD LIFE PROTECTION ACT BY CAPT TANMOY ROY 127 ETF INTRODUCTION 1 Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred since the evolution of mankind, and has a major impact on the environment...

  16. Wildlife Conservation

    Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting endangered plant and animal species and their habitats. Among the goals of wildlife conservation are to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and to recognize the importance of wildlife and wilderness lands to humans.[1]Many...

  17. Forestry in India

    environmental issue. Dense forests once covered India. As of 2014, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations estimates world's forest cover to be about 68 dollar area, or about 20 % of the continent's area. In quantity terms, however, the average forest in almost all the major American...

  18. man wildlife conflict

    interaction between wild animals and people and the resultant negative impact on people or their resources, or wild animals or their habitat. It occurs when growing human populations overlap with established wildlife territory, creating reduction of resources or life to some people and/or wild animals. Conflict...

  19. Wild Life Protection Act of India

    INDIAN WILD LIFE PROTECTION ACT BY CAPT TANMOY ROY 127 ETF INTRODUCTION 1 Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment...

  20. Wildlife Conservation in India

    animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative. Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems. Deserts, rain forests, plains, and other areas including the...

  21. The Threats of Biodiversity in the Galapagos Islands

    were hunted for many years and some species became extinct. Today, only about 15,000 remain. Conservation of the tortoises is challenging as foreign introduced animal species, such as dogs and pigs have gone wild and eat tortoise eggs. Goats also compete with the tortoises for food, leaving very little...

  22. The Action of Tiger Conservation

    The Action of Tiger Conservation As the population of tiger in the world dwindles nowadays, everyone has the responsibility for the conservation of tiger especially tiger range countries. Over the past 100 years, tiger numbers have declined by 95 percent which leave only 3,200 and three sub-species...

  23. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

    approximately 360 square kilometers, is rich in grasslands and tropical forests. Not only is the scenery beautiful, but this is a home to not only plants, but many endangered animals. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is home to many species such as: tiger, wild buffalo, Indian bison, rhino, and elephant. In 1992 it was placed...

  24. Wildlife Protection

    India is a country with diverse wildlife and forests. Wildlife in India varies from the smallest ants and insects to the huge elephants and rhinos. Since India is the home to a number of rare and threatened animal species, wildlife management is essential to protect such species. The country’s...

  25. SCI 230 Wk 9 Paper

    This reef system is in danger because of human interactions and something must be done to preserve its wild life and natural beauty. The Belize Barrier Reef is home to a large diversity of life forms and is one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. According to UNESCO World Heritage Centre...

  26. Conservation of Wildlife

    Wildlife Conservation in My Country In Malaysia, just like elsewhere the modern world, many species of wildlife are disappearing fast, and conservation measures are needed to prevent animals and plants from vanishing for good. Habitat destruction is a main part of the problem but many animals are...

  27. Human Elephent Conflict

    human-elephant conflict (HEC). Humans killed by elephants S.S. Bist (Inspector General of Forests and Director Project Elephant) gives us the following data in a recent article, An Overview of Elephant Conservation in India1. Project Elephant claims some success in reducing the number of annual human...

  28. science

    mammals, 1200 birds, 420 reptiles, 140 amphibians, 2000 fishes, 50,000 insects, 4000 molluscs and several other species of vertebrates. Need for Conservation ADVERTISEMENT The gradual emergence of the human beings as the most dominant species among all other species of animals and the attempt of...

  29. Need for Wildlife Conservation

    Wildlife Conservation Efforts in India Introduction The Indian subcontinent boasts of serving as the natural habitat of a large and varied wildlife. The sub-continent with its varied geographical spread from the Himalayas in the north to the Cauvery basin in the south and the Kutch region in the...

  30. biodiversity

    to the extinction of the species. The diversity in wild species forms the ‘gene pool’ from which our crops and domestic animals have been developed over thousands of years. Today the variety of nature’s bounty is being further harnessed by using wild relatives of crop plants to create new varieties of...