describe how communities have conserved and protected forest and wildlife in India?
hola Swasti here u go
Yeah...that's true ......
bcz I hope u will read about what I am telling in ur class 10
in a lesson u will get to read about a village called jalsindi
the government planned to construct a dam sardar sarovar project but the communities living there protested to save wild life and forest cover
the world Bank also refused to give loans bcz of the protests of people
but Indian govt took Americans help to complete the project
in this way communities fight for forest cover and wild life
hope this helps u.....
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MERA BHARATH MAHAN.....
In India many traditional communities still live in the forests and depend on their livelihood for forest produce. These communities are working hand in hand with the government to conserve forests.
In Sariska Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan, villagers fought against mining activities. In Alwar district of Rajasthan, local communities belonging to five villages have set their own rules and regulations in 1,200 hectares of forest land. They have named it as the Bhairodev Dakav ‘Sonchuri’. Hunting is not allowed in these lands and outside encroachments are prohibited.
The famous Chipko movement was started in the Himalayan region to stop deforestation. People belonging to the local community took to afforestation in a big way. Indigenous species were cultivated and protected.
Involving local communities in protecting the environment, and stopping degradation of forests has reaped many benefits.