Lately, there has been a significant rise in the population of tiger, thanks to interview convention political such as Majeet tiger, integrated wildlife development.
But there has also been the rise of man-animal conflict that demands policy action:
- Decreasing habitant grounds such as grazing and breeding grounds have led to a regular encounter among tigers and social population.
- Encroachment of enclosing and fruit have disturbed the ecological aspect of tiger conservation.
- Commercialization and fragmentation of protected areas through tourism and industrialization has added to the owe of the said.
Thus a wholes tic policy is the need of the hour: –
Participatory management involving the local communities, IRTS towards the convention can create synergy on the issue, though:
- Joint tourism management
- Joint patrolling
- Coalition along with the principles of the habitual aspect of flagship specials
Integrated policy it needs of the hour to address the demands of the divergent stakeholders passed on
- Increasing demand for land use for agriculture and industries.
- Growing urbanization and inevitability.
- Addressing sustainability issues.
- Catering to ecological conservation.
This can be enabled by: –
- By conservation that is managed vertically (among National, state levels) as well as horizontally (among local tribes, distant forest officials etc.)
- World live conservancy pleas that integrated ecosystem development with economic development. Eg Karnataka private conservancy plan.
- Sustainable and social forestry towards creating:
- FRP rights among tribal
- Integrating the maintains of Eco-sensitive and no go zones along with the private enterprises.