Concept of Eco-Tourism and green tourism and their role in sustainable development of the State

Concept of Eco-Tourism and green tourism and their role in sustainable development of the himachal Pradesh The majestic coniferous trees from an enchanting backdrop to the mountains with broad-leafed species like the Oaks, Maples, Birdcherry, Hazelnut, Walnut, Horsechestnut and Rhododendrons adding grandeur to the landscape. Whereas the ivies clinging to the trunks of stately Cedars … Read more

State Biodiversity strategy and Action Plan. Endangered and threatened species of Himachal Pradesh. Factors responsible for Bio diversity decline in Himachal Pradesh

State Biodiversity strategy and Action Plan. Endangered and threatened species of Himachal Pradesh. Factors responsible for Bio diversity decline in Himachal Pradesh:- Bio-Diversity:- Bio-diversity refers to the variety of life forms, such as the plants, animals and micro organisms, the genes they contain and the eco-system they form. Usually bio-diversity is classified into three groups: … Read more

16.11.17 Himachal Pradesh (HPPCS) Current Affairs

HIMACHAL PRADESH   HC seeks info about radio tags on trees   The HP High Court has directed the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Chief Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Science & Technology, to file their personal affidavit on the issue of implanting Radio Frequency Identification Tags (RFIT) on every tree within Shimla Municipal … Read more

27.10.17 Himachal Pradesh (HPPCS) Current Affairs

HIMACHAL PRADESH   In a first, radio tags for Shimla trees to curb illegal felling   In a novel environment protection effort, the Himachal Pradesh high court has ordered Shimla civic authorities to tag each tree under its jurisdiction with radio frequency identification tag (RFID) to stop illegal felling and help the popular tourist destination retain its … Read more

Vegetation of Himachal Pradesh

Vegetation of Himachal Pradesh The Forests of Himachal Pradesh known for their grandeur and majesty are like a green pearl in the Himalayan crown. This life supporting systems are presently under great stress due to impact of modern civilization, economic development and growth in human and cattle population. According to National Forest Policy, 1988, at … Read more

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