A Brief Study on Human–Wildlife Conflict and Conservation in India

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Year : 2022 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 1-5
By

    Priyanka A

  1. Student, Christ 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. Further, it highlights the increasing human-wildlife conflicts and the reasons behind them. Various strategies are adopted to mitigate such conflicts around India and provide the varied wildlife and forests conservation policies and methods adopted throughout the country.

Keywords: Sustainable development, Human–wildlife conflict, Illegal wildlife trade, Verge of extension, corruption and criminality

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

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 5
Issue 1
Received March 25, 2022
Accepted April 2, 2022
Published July 25, 2022