Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Jorjo Tana Tara Vs Union of India & Others dated 30/08/2019 regarding indiscriminate felling of trees in reserved forest area which is part of Papum Reserved Forest, and part of Pakke Tiger Reserve in Arunachal Pradesh. Even though the government authorities were aware of the fact, no effective action was taken. Such large scale felling can create man-animal conflict threatening the survival of tigers in the area. The forests are also sites for hornbill breeding and nesting.

Within a landscape of overlapping ecological, social and economic priorities, plans and programmes aim to balance land use dynamics to combine natural resource management with environmental and livelihood considerations. However, in striving to reach such a balance, people and local institutions are often excluded or forgotten.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Pradhan, Gram Sudhar Sabha, Rawa Vs State of Himachal Pradesh dated 09/08/2019 regarding illegal cutting of trees taking place for construction of Hydro Power Project at Village Rawa under Dharmshala Forest Division by M/s Kangra Hydro Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd, Himachal Pradesh.

The European Commission (EC) adopted a framework of actions to protect and restore the world’s forests as part of efforts to conserve biodiversity, tackle climate change and support local livelihoods.

Loss of greenery combined with expanding concrete jungle has resulted in the sharp increase in urban temperature in the city of lakes.

Despite some ambitious commitments from major corporate stakeholders to reduce deforestation, awareness of the risks associated with commodities like timber, palm oil, cattle and soy is not spreading to suppliers, according to a new report from CDP. 38% of purchasing organizations and 77% of suppliers lack deforestation commitments.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Alaya Samantaray & Others Vs State of Odisha & Others dated 15/07/2019 regarding cutting of trees for the "Project Mega Piped Water Supply" in Kendrapada, Odisha.

The Green Climate Fund’s (GCF) 23rd Board Meeting today announced more than US$84.9 million towards United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) supported adaptation and mitigation efforts in Bhutan

Through A Lens: WII to study lifestyle of tigers & apprehend reasons behind man-animal clash

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