Wild Life Conservation and Animal Trade in India
13 Pages Posted: 9 Feb 2012
Date Written: February 9, 2012
Wild Life trade is the biggest threat to wild life preservation. The rampant poaching, in wild life and its products are primarily driven by demands in the international markets.
One of the most powerful motives for the exploitation of plant and animal species is income production through trade, especially in poor countries lacking other major resources. Objective of the research paper are as: To analyze the concept of Illegal trade & sustainable development in India. To analyze the Judicial scenario in restricting Illegal trade & sustainable Development. To study the legislative framework & the various conventions to prevent illegal trade at the international Level. To make recommendations for effective implementation of existing laws. The preservation of Wildlife is a matter of Public Interest. It is duty of every citizen to protect & improve the natural environment, including lakes rivers, and wild life, and to have compassion for living creatures.
Keywords: wild life, Illegal trade, sustainable development
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