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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part E (2014)

A study of forest conservation protection laws in India

Author(s)
Dr. Nutan Srivastava
Abstract
The purpose of this Research paper is to provide a systematic and practical reference to the fundamental characteristics of modern forestry law. Forest laws should be evaluated for their appropriateness on a variety of topics, and this report offers suggestions on how to do so in ways that will enhance the law's usefulness as a foundation for long-term forest management. Finding forestry law within a larger legal context is the first part of this study project, which examines its intricate relationships with other local and general laws. Because the Relationship between forest access and usage and land tenure is so critical, land issues are given special attention. Enforceability or the legal treatment of basic forest management issues such classification of forests, formulation of policies, grant of concessions, issuance of permits and private forest management. The third segment focuses on the role of national and local agencies/departments in forest resource management. Through community-based systems such as forest planning, usage, and management, forestry duties and powers are increasingly being decentralised. There are some thoughts on how forest laws can be more effective if they are enforced in accordance with their stated principles.
Pages: 391-394  |  69 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Nutan Srivastava. A study of forest conservation protection laws in India. Int J Appl Res 2014;1(1):391-394.
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