A Study on Project Tiger in India

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Year : 2022 | Volume : | Issue : 2 | Page : 10-13
By

    B.S Yashaswini

  1. Student, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Abstract

This research paper analyses the illegal wildlife trade in India, where many animals and related items are dispatched daily as food, pets, medications, clothing, and trophies which threatens plants and animals to the verge of extinction and obstructs sustainable development leading to corruption and criminality. It mentions The Project Tiger, launched by the Government of India in 1973 to ensure Bengal tigers’ population and maintain their natural habitats, including setting up a tiger protecting force. The paper further examines the effectiveness of India’s forest and wildlife laws. It analyzes the efficiency of the forest and wildlife legislations including the analysis of the various challenges faced while protecting wildlife and forestry and the Government’s strategies while framing wildlife policies.

Keywords: Tiger conservation, Project Tiger in India, Illegal Wildlife Trade, Wildlife Policies, Bengal Tigers

[This article belongs to National Journal of Environmental law(njel)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 4
Issue 2
Received January 11, 2022
Accepted January 15, 2022
Published January 18, 2022