Journal of Energy, Environment & Carbon Credits

ISSN: 2249-8621

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Special Issue
Topic

Geographical Distribution shift of Medicinal Plants due to Environmental issues such as Climate Change

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

Up to 95% of the population in poor nations uses medicinal herbs in some capacity, making them a crucial part of their overall health care. In Southern Africa, there are about 100 million people who use medicinal herbs, which results in 700,000 tonnes of plant material being gathered yearly. The usage of medicinal plants has increased, and people increasingly prefer them to traditional medications due to their accessibility, low cost, and lack of negative side effects. These plants have the most potential to help people, especially in third-world nations where there is a high prevalence of unemployment, bad health, and poverty. Additionally, these plants are a source for reducing poverty. The use of medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) has both health and financial advantages for people. Overharvesting of medicinal plants for commerce, as well as the consequences of climate change and development, are putting them under growing strain. A few species, including medicinal plants, have reported or been anticipated to experience changes in their growth patterns, distributional ranges, and community composition as a result of climate change. Two medicinal plant species, Fritillaria cirrhosa, and Lilium Nepalese have forecast a drop in their habitats and an increase in those that are favorable for them.

Keywords

Aloe ferox, Climate change, Conservation, Medicinal plants, Species vulnerability

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