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Ecological effects of roads through sensitive habitats: Implications for wildlife conservation
Investigators: Dr. Asha Rajvanshi, Dr. V.B. Mathur
Researcher: A. Pragatheesh
Duration of the project: Three years
The objectives of the project are:
Training Course on "Next generation approaches for mainstreaming biodiversity in impact assessment for promoting responsible growth"
Duration: Two days
Date: 11 - 12 May 2013
Venue: Congress Center, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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Collaboration with CBBIA-IAIA Project's South Asia Component for development of guidance tools. For more information
The Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoE&F), Government of India, has entrusted the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) with the responsibility for addressing the impacts of existing linear developments viz. roads, railway lines, transmission lines, oil and gas pipelines and irrigation canals enroute Protected Areas and other important wildlife habitats through the development of retrofitting best practices and guidance tools.
Last Updated: February 15, 2013