Tigers are most important part of food chain. they are top predators. The decrease in tiger population leads to serious threat to biodiversity.
The act provides for the protection of wild animals, birds and plants and matters connected with them, with a view to ensure the ecological and environmental security of India.
Punjab government along World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-India are conducting first organised census of Indus Dolphins, one of the world’s rarest mammals found only in India and Pakistan.
Coastal stretches of seas, bays, estuaries, creeks, rivers, and backwaters were declared as CRZs under notification in 1991.
पर्यावरण, वन और जलवायु परिवर्तन मंत्रालय
Released on 30th December 2019
Important to remember
Biennial publication of Forest Survey of India (FSI)
The ISFR measures the forest and tree cover, bamboo resources, carbon stock and forest fires.
In India there are number of acts and rules have created before and after independence to protect wildlife and biodiversity following are important: