Encouragement in the exportation of value-added products The Government has initiated stimulation for the export of finished products especially the high value-added items resulting from downstream processing. THE “5-STAR EXCELLENT STRATEGY” The Forest Department has also crafted a “5-star excellent strategy” in anticipating the state of forestry in the 21st century such as follows: Star 1: Forest for the Future and Prosperity Perpetuate our forests Our forest are our heritage and the key to our prosperity that prolongs for the next generations. The strategies are: Protecting and managing the permanent forest reserves that cover at least 55% of the country’s total land. Completing the Brunei National Herbarium and execute it in full operation with a target of 30,000 specimens. Establish the Brunei Tropical Biodiversity Centre and the Royal Brunei Botanic Gardens in the next future.
Forestry need to stay alive and that is forest management where to help clear a forest of dead trees or debris that bother younger plant life to grow and take the others place. There is a lot to be done and anyone can help. For example, there are many groups that plan events, plant trees, or help control the forests. “A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people” (Franklin D. Roosevelt).
Besides, this study is going to provide the people with the guideline and examples of usage of those forest such as by making it into a recipe which will give a clearer image on the usage of the forest herbs. Other Besides, this study will help to derive the information on the forest plants in Malaysia can be access easily by the community of the developer of the herbal products. The industry will also benefits from this research where the industry could implement the benefit and usage of those forest herbs in developing new product which can encourage other people to consume this forest herbs. SUMMARY Malaysian has not being given enough exposure and information on the existence of forest herbs. Thus, the usage of forest herbs has not being explore either in terms of its usage in medicinal or culinary properties.
Lazarova et al (2013) and Holden (2000) mention that a number of properties have achieved a success in reducing the wastage as well as discharge of water. Best way of reducing water wastage is to direct the water that has been treated for agricultural purposes to the municipal corporations and neighboring areas. 16) According to you, is the environment management program of Hyatt hotels a smaller responsibility of the CSR scheme of the organisation? For Hyatt Hotels environment management is a part of the CSR strategy of the company. Exclusively, it is seen that the ecological habits observed by the property portray the communal accountability for the community generally.
Haribon Foundation is the first environmental organization in the Philippines founded in 1972. “Nature conservation through community empowerment and scientific excellence” is the mission of the foundation. One of the remarkable things that they are doing is preventing the extinction of Philippine Eagle by educating the community and monitoring the current state of the habitat of
In the later period, native indian rulers also realized the value of them. Tehri Garhwal region rulers had an agreement with British which former gave latter the deodar forest for lease up to 1925. Later native ruler didn’t extend the lease. The burden of world wars also fell upon Indian forestry. In this time British went into deep of the Himalayas and dense forests of western ghats to meet needs of war.
The event was organised at Raahgiri, New Delhi by Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB), TRAFFIC, WWF-India, United Nations Development Programme, ENVIS Centers, PETA and Maashakti. World Environment Day mainly highlights on various conservation and environmental issues. This year, the theme - “Go Wild for Life- Zero Tolerance for Illegal Wildlife Trade” focused on the need to curb poaching and illegal wildlife trade to ensure survival of our species in the wild. There was also a Wildlife Pledge taken by participants at the event, led by Mr. A.N. Jha, Secretary Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India to combat wildlife crime.
Dependence on ecosystem services in this area is highest owing to the community’s limited alternative livelihood options coupled with fragile and risky environments. Overdependence on the forest and unsustainable utilization of the forest resources translates to considerable deterioration in terms of the ecosystem services and forest cover. Therefore, there is need to embrace sustainable forest resource utilization to safeguard the ecosystem against degradation, and thus a reliable source of goods and services for various user-groups This study was conceived on the premise that the current resource extraction approaches are unsustainable and thus compromising the ability of future generations in accessing the same resources and services. Thus, this study aimed at studying the effects of forest cover changes on the provision of ecosystem services by analyzing forest cover changes that have occurred in Katimok Forest Reserve over the last few decades, and the impacts it has had on the forest’s ability to provide ecosystem
THE JURISPRUDENTIAL ANALYSIS OF THE INDIAN FOREST ACT, 1927 I. INTRODUCTION The Indian Forest Act, 1927 (henceforth IFA, 1927) is an act which was made to protect India’s forest cover and limit the development which ensued thereafter. Keeping in mind the present depletion of forest cover in India and the lack of proper mechanism to control it, not to mention the steady pace of industrial development we Indians have been setting for the past so many years, it would not be wrong to assert that the British were undoubtedly quite progressive thinking, because they predicted our present situation years ago. Not to mention the fact that the British themselves were responsible for the most part of the harm. The IFA, 1927 is applicable in the entire
Behind the name Sepahijala there is a story goes that Maharaja of Tripura had a “Sepoy” camp by some lakes, here, locally called “Jala”. There after name of this place was coined as “Sepahijala”. This area was highly rich in flora & fauna. Protection of this Biodiversity hotspot was started in 1972 with setting up of a Bio-complex consisting of a Deer Park & Botanical garden. Importance was felt and Sepahijala Sanctuary was declared in 1987, later on clouded leopard National Park over 5.08 sq km inside the sanctuary was declared in 2008.