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India’s draft National Forest Policy 2018– The need to lay the foundation of the ecological basis for forest management

                                                                                                R D Jakati      The revision of India’s National Forest Policy of 1988 is taking place at a time when the world is recognizing the important role of forest in climate change mitigation efforts. The Paris Agreement recognizing the importance of the integrity of the ecosystems states “Noting the importance of ensuring the

ForEcoIndia

ForEcoIndia aims at promoting restoration of degraded forest landscapes.             ForEcoIndia is a campaign or movement that works to Promote ecosystem based forest management; Strive to support restoration of degraded forests with an ecosystem approach; Undertake advocacy for restoration of degraded ecosystems to bring them close to nature; Organize and manage awareness drives for promoting

VULNERABILITY OF FOREST ECOSYSTEMS

Irshad Khan According to the Inter-government Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group II report land use change and cover (LUCC) is both a cause and consequence of climate change and constitutes a major driver of changes in a natural ecosystem and biodiversity. The major ongoing changes in subtropical and tropical regions are clearance of

Human species will survive climate change?

Irshad Khan Catastrophic climate impacts threatening survival of human race are inevitable if business as usual continues resulting in ever increasing green house gas (GHG) emissions intensity and addition of GHG concentration to the earth’s atmosphere. However, if actions are taken by all members of the international community, both developed and developing countries aiming at