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Kerr, A. J. "Conservation of natural resources." Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Section B. Biological Sciences 90 (1986): 469–78. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0269727000005169.
SynopsisAn indication is given of the importance of the Clyde Estuary for economic, scientific and aesthetic purposes. The main thrust of the World Conservation Strategy and the Conservation and Development Programme for the U.K. is explained. In the light of this the attitudes and actions of a range of agencies operating in the estuary are examined.
Verma, Pragati. "CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES." International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH 3, 9SE (September 2015): 1–3. http://dx.doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v3.i9se.2015.3244.
The survival and progress of human life depends on developmental resources. Since ancient times human beings get various types of things from nature and fulfill their needs. In fact, resources are those which are useful to human beings, human beings are a part of the environment just like other organisms but a variation which is easily reflected. That is, human beings have sufficient ability to affect the environment around them and control them in some sense as compared to other organisms. That is why human relations with environment are given so much importance.In modern life, there is nothing more curious than the problem of human and environmental relations. The pace of this awareness has been slow in the developing countries and its solution has just started to be fully realized.The global dimension of environmental awareness is beginning to appear in some decades. It has been felt that the unpredictable loss of land, air, water etc. is being done by the nature system of the earth, the future survival of the organisms on earth is starting to be threatened, now there is a need to think holistically. It is known that the object of the world is in our hands.Man has also had to bear the consequences of contempt for nature. Due to all this, a strong need is being felt today that how the above balance of nature can be regained, now we have to use our technical skills in ways to reclaim our lost environment.
मानव जीवन का अस्तित्व, प्रगति विकास संसाधनों पर निभ्रर करता है । आदिकाल से मनुष्य प्रकृति से विभिन्न प्रकार की वस्तुएँ प्राप्त कर अपनी आवष्यकताओं को पूरा करता है वास्तव में संसाधन वे है जिनकी उपयोगिता मानव के लिए हो, अन्य जीवों के समान ही मानव भी पर्यावरण का ही एक अंग है परन्तु एक विभिन्नता जो सहज ही परिलक्षित होती है वह यह है कि अन्य जीवों की तुलना में मानव अपने चारों ओर के पर्यावरण को प्रभावित तथा कुछ अर्थो में उसे नियंत्रित कर पाने की पर्याप्त क्षमता है यही कारण है कि मानव का पर्यावरण के साथ संबंधों को इतना महत्व दिया जाता है ।आधुनिक जीवन में मानव तथा पर्यावरण के संबंधों की समस्या से अधिक उत्सुकता का अन्य कोई विषय नहीं है । इस जागरूकता की गति विकासषील देषों में मंद रही है तथा इसका समाधान संपूर्णता से अभी-अभी ही अनुभव किया जाने लगा है । विगत् कुछ दषकों में पर्यावरणीय सजगता का वैष्विक आयाम प्रकट होने लगा है । यह महसूस किया गया है कि पृथ्वी की प्रकृति व्यवस्था से भूमि, वायु, जल आदि का अप्रत्याषित नुकसान किया जा रहा है पृथ्वी पर जीवों की भावी उत्तरजीविता को खतरा उत्पन्न होने लगा है अब समग्र रूप से सोचने की आवष्यकता पड़ रही है अब यह महसूस किया जाने लगा है कि विष्व का शग्य हमारे हाथो में है ।मनुष्य को प्रकृति के प्रति तिरस्कार का परिणाम भी सहना पड़ा है । इस सबके कारण ही आज इस बात की प्रबल आवष्यकता अनुभव की जाने लगी है कि किस प्रकार प्रकृति का उपर्युक्त संतुलन पुनः प्राप्त किया जा सकता है अब हमें अपने तकनीकी कौषल का उपयोग अपने खोये हुए पर्यावरण को पुनः प्राप्त करने के तरीकों में करना होगा ।
Sharma, Seema. "CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES." International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH 3, 9SE (September 2015): 1–3. http://dx.doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v3.i9se.2015.3174.
The importance of natural resources in sustaining productivity and environmental protection is now relatively more realized than the past. Over the past few decades or so, more and more attention is being paid all over the world to conserve the Natural Resources. Natural resources are important material basis for a stable economy and social development too With Industrialization and Urbanization, mankind’s great demand for natural resources and their large scale exploitation and consumption has resulted in the weakening, deterioration and exhaustion of these resources. Human existence depends on the natural resources and the environment and the maintenance of which is now increasingly being considered as essential for mankind. As human populations increase and natural resources become more limited, there is a critical need for trained conservation professionals in natural resources conservation.
Natural Resources are those environmental gifts which satisfy the human wants. They are the means of attaining social objectives. Conservation of natural resources is the wise use of the earth's resources by humanity to achieve its benefits for the longest possible period of time and ensure availability of these resources for the further generation. One difficult task faced by all countries is to guarantee the lasting utilization of natural resources at the lowest possible environmental cost while still assuring economical and social development.
Singh, Anita, and Ragini Singh. "NATURAL RESOURCES AND THEIR CONSERVATION." International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH 3, 9SE (September 2015): 1–3. http://dx.doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v3.i9se.2015.3210.
Nature has provided all the useful resources to man with free hand. Adivana relied entirely on nature to fulfill all its needs, but in the development of Adivasi from human to modern man, man exploited the natural resources in full and consequently the abundant wealth of nature gradually started to end. In this sequence, various species have reached the category of extinct species, conservation of natural resources has become imperative to preserve the remaining species and the human species itself. Along with taking various protective measures for this, the need is for the youth who are sensitive to nature and able to bear the responsibility of conservation of natural resources by staying in the nature of nature even in odd circumstances.
प्रकृति ने मनुष्य को सभी जीवनोपयोगी संसाधन मुक्त हस्त से प्रदान किये हैं। आदिमानव अपनी समस्त आवष्यकताओं की पूर्ति के लिये पूरी तरह प्रकृति पर निर्भर करता था, किंतु आदि मानव से आधुनिक मनुष्य बनने की विकासयात्रा में मनुष्य ने प्राकृतिक संसाधनों का भरपूर दोहन किया फलस्वरूप प्रकृति की अकूत संपदा धीरे-धीरे समाप्त होने लगी। इस क्रम में विभिन्न प्रजातियाँ विलुप्त प्रजातियों की श्रेणी में पहुँच गयीं, शेष बची हुई प्रजातियों और स्वयं मनुष्य प्रजाति को बचाये रखने के लिये भी प्राकृतिक संसाधनों का संरक्षण अत्यावष्यक हो गया है। इस हेतु विभिन्न सुरक्षात्मक कदम उठाने के साथ-साथ आवष्यकता ऐसे युवाओं की है जो प्रकृति के प्रति संवेदनषील हों तथा विषम परिस्थितियों में भी प्रकृति के सानिध्य में रहकर प्राकृतिक संसाधनों के संरक्षण का उत्तरदायित्व निभाने में सक्षम हों।
Rosemartin, Alyssa H., Theresa M. Crimmins, Carolyn A. F. Enquist, Katharine L. Gerst, Jherime L. Kellermann, Erin E. Posthumus, Ellen G. Denny, Patricia Guertin, Lee Marsh, and Jake F. Weltzin. "Organizing phenological data resources to inform natural resource conservation." Biological Conservation 173 (May 2014): 90–97. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2013.07.003.
Timah, Emmanuel Ambe, Nji Ajaga, Divine F. Tita, Leonard M. Ntonga, and Irene B. Bongsiysi. "Demographic pressure and natural resources conservation." Ecological Economics 64, no. 3 (January 2008): 475–83. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2007.08.024.
Conservation of natural resources is a natural resource management whose utilization is done wisely to ensure the continuity of its availability by maintaining and improving the quality of diversity and value. Conservation of natural resources and ecosystems aims to achieve the realization of the sustainability of natural resources and the equilibrium of the ecosystem so that it can better support the efforts to improve the community welfare and the quality of human life. The problem are the implementation of conservation of natural resources and its ecosystem in the region based on Act No. 5 of 1990 and law enforcement against perpetrators of the conservation of natural resources and ecosystems. The research method used is legal research using a statutory and conceptual approach. The conservation of natural resources and ecosystems is based on preserving the ability and utilization of natural resources and their ecosystem in a harmonious and balanced environment. The conservation of natural resources and ecosystems is conducted through the protection of life-supporting systems, preserving the diversity of plant and animal species along with its ecosystem and the sustainable utilization of natural resources and ecosystem.
Rissman, Adena R., Richard Reiner, and Adina M. Merenlender. "Monitoring Natural Resources on Rangeland Conservation Easements." Rangelands 29, no. 3 (June 2007): 21–26. http://dx.doi.org/10.2111/1551-501x(2007)29[21:mnrorc]2.0.co;2.
Clark, Timothy W., Mark Wishnie, and George Gorman. "An Interdisciplinary Approach to Natural Resources Conservation." Journal of Sustainable Forestry 16, no. 1-2 (January 2003): 161–89. http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/j091v16n01_08.
Salley, Shawn W., Curtis J. Talbot, and Joel R. Brown. "The Natural Resources Conservation Service Land Resource Hierarchy and Ecological Sites." Soil Science Society of America Journal 80, no. 1 (January 2016): 1–9. http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/sssaj2015.05.0305.
Deo, Sandhya. "ROLE OF SOCIETY IN CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES." International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH 3, 9SE (September 2015): 1–2. http://dx.doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v3.i9se.2015.3169.
Anything in the environment which can be used is called a ‘natural resource’. Protecting the environment from destruction is called conservation of environment.
Some of our important natural resources are forest, wildlife, water, coal & petroleum.
The resources of the earth are limited because of the rapid increase in population. The demand for resources is increasing day by day. The proper management can ensure that the natural resources are used judiciously so that they fulfill the needs of present generation and also last for the generations to come.
Water is the basic necessity for all forms of life, human beings other animals as well as plants. The various sources of water are: Rain, Rivers, Lakes, Ponds, Wells, Oceans and Glaciers. Rain is a very important source of water. Rains in India are largely due to monsoon which, lasts for a few months. High yielding Varieties of crops require more water for irrigation. The changing life style of people is consuming more water so we are not able to fulfill the demand of water for all people.
Rivers are another important source of water. The management of river water is done by constructing dams on rivers. Dams are useful for the society because of irrigation, water supply in towns and cities, generating electricity.
The public opposition on the construction of large dams on rivers is mainly due to some problems. Due to construction of dams a large number of human settlements are submerged in the water of large reservoir formed by the dam and many people are rendered homeless. It also contributes to deforestation and lose of biodiversity.
The water of most of rivers is highly polluted. The pollution of river water is caused by the dumping of untreated sewage and industrial water into it.
Wells and tube wells are other sources of water. This water is used for the irrigation of crops and for drinking purpose.
Prakash Kala, Chandra. "Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources through Spirituality." Applied Ecology and Environmental Sciences 5, no. 2 (August 2017): 24–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.12691/aees-5-2-1.
Singh, Kiran. "WOMEN AND THEIR ROLE IN NATURAL RESOURCES: A STUDY IN WESTERN HIMALAYAS." International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH 3, no. 10 (October 2015): 128–38. http://dx.doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v3.i10.2015.2938.
Women roles in Himalayas put women in direct contact with natural resources such as forests, water, land and wildlife. They utilize and conserve these resources to supply basic needs for their families. Therefore conservation of natural resources in rural areas cannot be done without the involvement and training of women. They need to be educated on the values, management and sustainability of natural resources as alternative sources of livelihood. But to have success, they must only be appreciated as invisible land managers, but must benefit from relevant incentives in their cultural roles. This paper examines the roles of women in natural resource conservation, since their traditional activities bring them into daily interaction with natural resources, their impacts, attitudes and belief on the management, exploitation and sustainability of natural resource is critical for resource use and sustainability.
Erskine, J. M. "Conservation of natural resources and rural development: The work of the Institute of Natural Resources." Development Southern Africa 2, no. 4 (November 1985): 603–9. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03768358508439202.
Syariful Anam, Muhammad, Wina Yulianti, Sari Nur Safitri, Siti Nur Qolifah, and Rina Rosia. "KONSERVASI SUMBER DAYA ALAM DALAM PERSPEKTIF ISLAM." Al-Madaris Jurnal Pendidikan dan Studi Keislaman 2, no. 1 (June 2021): 26–37. http://dx.doi.org/10.47887/amd.v2i1.19.
This study examines how Islam views natural resource conservation. This is a qualitative research with a descriptive approach. Based on the results of the studies that have been carried out, it can be concluded that Islam teaches humans to be responsible for all of Allah's creation, including being responsible for protecting and maintaining natural resource ecosystems. The principle of conservation in Islam is based on mutual care between humans and nature, because basically humans take advantage of the available natural resources. In addition, in the utilization of natural resources, humans must pay attention to balance, not be exploitative and remain proportional so that natural resources are preserved.
Baland, Jean-Marie, and Kjetil Bjorvatn. "Conservation and employment creation: can privatizing natural resources benefit traditional users?" Environment and Development Economics 18, no. 3 (January 2013): 309–25. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s1355770x12000563.
AbstractThe establishment of a private property regime is often proposed as a solution to the degradation of natural resources. While arguably more efficient than open access, private property often comes at a distributional cost (Weitzman, M. (1974), ‘Free access vs private ownership as alternative systems for managing common property’, Journal of Economic Theory 8(2): 225–234) as traditional users of the resource lose income and employment in the process. The present paper demonstrates that, in the case of renewable resources, traditional users may gain from privatization even if they are denied ownership of the resource. Indeed, a private owner maximizing profits tends to preserve the resource, which results in long-term increases in employment. We derive the conditions under which these long-term gains more than compensate traditional users for the short-run fall in labor demand and resource rents.
Murodovich, Ergashev Shavkat, та Rabbimov Abdullo. "Problems Of Conservation Of Natural Populations Of Сapparis Spinosal In Uzbekistan". American Journal of Agriculture and Biomedical Engineering 03, № 02 (лютий 2021): 5–9. http://dx.doi.org/10.37547/tajabe/volume03issue02-02.
The article provides information on the current state of exploitation of natural resources of Capparis spinosa L. in Uzbekistan, some results of ongoing research on the introduction of this plant into cultivation in order to create industrial plantations.
Strovsky, Vladimir, Oksana Logvinenko, Irina Moor, and Natalia Pustokhina. "Resource conservation as a condition for preserving non-renewable natural capital." E3S Web of Conferences 177 (2020): 05021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/202017705021.
The article overviews the problem of slowing down the rates of natural non-renewable sources depletion in the process of resources development. The goal of the presented research is to justify the implementation of the most appropriate method of carrying out a complete resource development process by incorporating the mining and raw material extraction facilities available in the country. The study provides scientific evidence of a large-scale harmful impact caused by the raw materials development to all the elements of the biosphere and their interdependence. The presented research also demonstrates that solving the problem of resource-conservation is a first-hand priority due to the fact that there is in a close interconnection between the levels of environmental pollution and the levels of natural resources extraction. The solution to the problem of natural resources conservation is based on the concept of implementing environmentally clean technology (ECT); this technology gives an opportunity for developing a concept of the best available technology (BAT) and the concept of a closed-loop supply, the latter of which has become widely-used as a form of circular economy. The authors of the article have also suggested a systematic range of techniques aimed at extracting following resources in full capacity: commercial resources, non¬commercial resources, overburden rocks and man-made mineral formations. The authors of the article suggest the necessity for enlarging the scope of available mineral resources by ensuring governmental support and developing small deposits, first and foremost focusing on the territories with a developed infrastructure and which had previously been developed. The ideas presented in the article express and support the necessity for prospective implementation of the mining factories waste products as a reserve for mineral and raw materials resources; as well as the necessity for increasing their production rates from the circular economy perspective. Some measures which would help to accelerate this process are: improving the legislative system, developing mechanisms for economic incentive and providing various forms of state-business co¬operation.
Zurba, Melanie. "Conservation for a new generation: redefining natural resources management." Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 20, no. 2 (June 2013): 167–68. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14486563.2013.778170.
Kumari, Priti. "Conservation of Fresh Water Resources: Natural And Other Concepts." International Journal of Geoinformatics and Geological Science 6, no. 2 (May 2019): 67–72. http://dx.doi.org/10.14445/23939206/ijggs-v6i2p109.
Having studied environmental science and policy in the United States (US) during my undergraduate years, I was interested to read an overview of the legislative and administrative changes that have occurred in the US over the last 20 years. The first paragraph of the introduction thrust me into the position of the ?new generation? of natural resource practitioners that Professor Richard L. Knight?s generation has engendered. He put into perspective what my generation takes for granted- the cross-disciplinary nature of conservation biology and the effort that was required to get multi-disciplinary cooperation on environmental issues. The book is structured in three parts looking at current partners/stakeholders in land management, the tools that are available for conservation and land management and finally the middle ground, where the diverse parties involved in conservation of natural resources meet. Each part is supported by case studies, mainly from the US, written by people involved in each study.
Chunhabunyatip, Prompassorn, Nophea Sasaki, Clemens Grünbühel, John Kuwornu, and Takuji Tsusaka. "Influence of Indigenous Spiritual Beliefs on Natural Resource Management and Ecological Conservation in Thailand." Sustainability 10, no. 8 (August 2018): 2842. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su10082842.
Understanding how indigenous people manage their natural resources can provide a basis for formulating appropriate policies for natural resources management that benefits them while preserving their cultural beliefs. The objective of this study is to investigate the factors that influence the management of natural resources and the conservation of river ecology by the indigenous people in the Nongchaiwan wetland. We conducted in-depth interviews with 5 key informants and quantitative surveys with 158 households in two phases over a period of 3 years. Ancestral spiritual beliefs that are still salient in the Lower Songkhram River Basin influence natural resources management because they traditionally link people and natural resources. Such spiritual beliefs in the Lower Songkhram River Basin supported the indigenous people to continue conserving the natural resources in their territory. In addition, property rights granted to indigenous people also contribute to the conservation of natural resources. Our findings suggest that policy makers should engage with local beliefs in order to achieve sustainable resource management and, therefore, such practices should be recognized and included in the government’s policies on natural resources management in locations, where indigenous people live for generations.
Alikhanova, Shahzoda. "GENDER ASPECTS OF NATURAL RESOURCES USE." JOURNAL OF AGRO PROCESSING 6, no. 2 (June 2020): 30–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.26739/2181-9904-2020-6-5.
This analytical article examines the issues of natural resources use and conservation of the biological diversity through the prism of a gender-based approach. In particular, the author touches upon the issues of equal access by both men and women to the management, use and protection of natural resources and biological diversity. Examples are given from different regions of the world in various sectors of environmental and economic activities. Recommendations are provided for improving the equitable use of natural resources.
Cobbinah, Patrick Brandful. "Local attitudes towards natural resources management in rural Ghana." Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal 26, no. 3 (April 2015): 423–36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/meq-04-2014-0061.
Purpose – Local support is fundamental in natural resources management (NRM). However, recent studies indicate that NRM in protected areas in developing countries is often faced with local resistance due to its impacts on livelihoods. The purpose of this paper is to examine local attitudes – positive and negative responses – towards NRM in protected areas and implications of NRM benefits on local support for conservation of protected areas. Design/methodology/approach – A quantitative research method was used for this study. Structured questionnaire survey was administered to 310 respondents across four case study communities – Abrafo, Mesomagor, Adadientem and Nuamakrom – around the Kakum Conservation Area (KCA), Ghana. χ2 test and logistic regression were used to analyse the data with the aid of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) software. Findings – Findings showed positive attitudes towards NRM in protected areas (85.9 per cent) and high support for conservation of KCA (86.5 per cent). Respondents recognised the importance of the KCA in managing natural resources especially forest and water resources. Positive attitudes towards conservation of KCA were largely influenced by receipt of socio-economic benefits from the KCA, in terms of employment, income and involvement in KCA management. However, those excluded from socio-economic benefits from the KCA also expressed positive attitudes towards conservation, suggesting that support for NRM transcends socio-economic benefits. On the other hand, local people recognised the challenges associated with NRM in protected areas such as increased farm raids by wildlife, loss of access to timber and non-timber forest products. Originality/value – This paper has revealed that although socio-economic benefits from NRM in protected areas influence local people’s support for conservation, local knowledge of the environmental benefits is equally important. The depth of local knowledge of NRM in the KCA is dependent on educational status and level of involvement of respondents in the KCA in terms of employment, and the effectiveness of educational campaigns by the park officials. Therefore, in the absence of clear development programmes from government and park officials to educate and involve local people in NRM, it appears the conservation objective upon which NRM in protected areas are designed may not be realised.
Quirós-Arias, Lilliam. "ourism, natural protected areas, conservation, land management, Costa Rica." Revista Geográfica de América Central 1, 58E (June 2017): 137. http://dx.doi.org/10.15359/rgac.58-2.5.
Ever since the 1980s, conservation-related tourism has been particularly important in Costa Rica. The interest in enjoying and being part of nature brought a signifcant change to how tourism is practiced. The country hosts a great wealth of natural and cultural resources, as well as rural landscapes characterized by protected areas and surrounded by natural landscapes and local communities. This document reviews the experience of Santa Rosa National Park, located in the Guanacaste Conservation Area (ACG)—an area with emerging tourism development and natural attractions as its main resource. The participation and integration of local communities are part of recent concerns. Our methodology includes a review of secondary information and frst-person interviews with townspeople. Moreover, information was gathered on-site through different visits to the area of study. The ACG is one of the protected areas that hosts important resources for research; however, increasing conservation in neighboring areas and incorporating the local community still represents a challenge.
Chigonda, Tanyaradzwa. "More than Just Story Telling: A Review of Biodiversity Conservation and Utilisation from Precolonial to Postcolonial Zimbabwe." Scientifica 2018 (August 2018): 1–11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2018/6214318.
Access to natural resources has changed over the years in Zimbabwe. At least three broad periods of biodiversity conservation, utilisation, and access can be identified in the country, namely, the precolonial, colonial, and postindependence periods. This paper reviews the relationships between human livelihoods and biodiversity conservation in the rural areas of Zimbabwe during these periods and is informed by an extensive review of the relevant literature. A combination of historical narrative, thematic, and content analysis was used in analysing the various documents into meaningful information addressing the objective of the study. Traditional societies in precolonial Zimbabwe had access to abundant natural resources. However, access to these resources was not uncontrolled, but was limited by traditional beliefs, taboos, and customs enforced through community leadership structures. The advent of colonialism in the late 19th century dispossessed indigenous African communities of natural resources through command-type conservation legislation. At independence in 1980, the new majority government sought to redress the natural resource ownership imbalances created during colonialism, culminating in some significant measure of devolution in natural resource management to local communities in the late 1980s, though such devolution has been criticised for being incomplete. An accelerated land reform exercise since the year 2000 has adversely affected biodiversity conservation activities in the country, including the conservation-related livelihood benefits derived from protected areas. The review paper highlights the need for a more complete devolution of natural resource ownership and management down to the grassroots levels in the communal areas, if social and ecological sustainability is to be fully realised in these areas. On the other hand, the disruption of conservation activities in the country due to the ill-planned accelerated land reform exercise that has demarcated land for arable farming in some of the protected areas should be held in check as a matter of urgency.
Singh, Sandhya. "ROLE OF SOCIETY IN CONVERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES." International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH 3, 9SE (September 2015): 1–3. http://dx.doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v3.i9se.2015.3168.
Everyone has the right to live in this world and also every individual has responsibility to use natural resources judiciously. This will give equal opportunity to all to use the resources for the benefit of whole mankind. All living creatures belong to mother earth and they all have their shine of resources available. All these resources like land, energy, mineral, food, water, forest etc. have to be distributed in an equitable way for sustainable lifestyles of all creatures. Conservation of natural resources is now usually embraced in the broader conception of conserving the earth itself by protecting its capacity for self-renewal.
Finally, the aim of this paper is to highlight the importance of the role of society members in the conservation of our natural or environmental resources.
Sell, Nancy J. "Ecology of natural resources." Resources and Conservation 12, no. 1 (August 1985): 70–72. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0166-3097(85)90021-5.
The article examines the principles and directions of the state policy of the USA on the nature protection in the early XX century, which is named conservation. It was determined that its precondition is the growing attention to wildlife of American philosophers, artists, writers, scientists who contributed to the formation of ecological consciousness in society. The article analyses the role of the USA President T. Roosevelt in development of conservation policy and its main areas: creation of public land reserve, including national forests and parks, forest conservation, water resources, reclamation of arid areas, initiating of various commissions that have to audit natural resources of the USA. The role of Governors’ Meeting (1908) and the National Congress on Conservation (1909) in the activization of the movement for conservation of natural resources in the United States is considered. It is proved that President Т. Roosevelt formulated the ideals of the American society on nature conservation, based on the values of civilization, patriotism and social morality, which became the basis of environmental policy in late XX – early XXI century.
Sengwar, Babita. "SOCIETY AWARENESS AS A STRATEGY FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES." International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH 3, 9SE (September 2015): 1–4. http://dx.doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v3.i9se.2015.3115.
Conservation is the proper management of natural resources to prevent its exploitation, destruction or degradation. India is blessed with natural resources but these resources from our research study on the usage of natural resources are depleting every day. As we know nature provides all the basic needs which are necessary to us but we are over exploiting or over using these resources.
Conservation of natural resources has acquired great attention at present. It is high time that man must realize of the grave consequences of his action which are damaging the environment beyond repair. If we continue exploit the nature, there will be no more natural resources available in the future. So, there is an urgent need to conserve the nature for future. Society participation in the conservation of natural resources is vital importance so we must get them involved in this national task.
A society, a state, a country, the whole world is a collection of individuals in a final analysis. Therefore, if individual does his or her duty to perfection, the whole world can become less pollution free and we can conserve our natural resources. It is the duty of us to spread awareness among the society in this regard.
Schrijver, Nico J. "State Sovereignty in the Planetary Management of Natural Resources." Environmental Policy and Law 51, no. 1-2 (May 2021): 13–20. http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/epl-219002.
Protagonists of global environmental governance often view the sovereign State as well as the principle of sovereignty as major stumbling blocks for effective environmental conservation and sustainable development. Some even herald the demise of the idea of the sovereign State. However, reality has it differently. Sovereignty is no longer an unqualified concept. Manifold new duties have been imposed upon the sovereign State as a result of the progressive development of international law. Much of the modern international law movement vests States with the responsibility to adopt regulations, to monitor and secure compliance and exercise justice in order to achieve its implementation, whereas supranational global environmental governance has remained notoriously weak. This article examines this proposition by reference to the environmental and developmental role of states in three landmark multilateral treaties: The United Nations Law of the Sea Convention (1982), the Convention on the Conservation of Biological Diversity (1992) and the Paris Agreement on climate change (2015). They demonstrate that sovereignty serves as a key organisational principle for the realization of global values, such as environmental conservation and sustainable development.
Schaefer, Garry L., Michael H. Cosh, and Thomas J. Jackson. "The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Soil Climate Analysis Network (SCAN)." Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 24, no. 12 (December 2007): 2073–77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/2007jtecha930.1.
Abstract Surface soil moisture plays an important role in the dynamics of land–atmosphere interactions and many current and upcoming models and satellite sensors. In situ data will be required to provide calibration and validation datasets. Therefore, there is a need for sensor networks at a variety of scales that provide near-real-time soil moisture and temperature data combined with other climate information for use in natural resource planning, drought assessment, water resource management, and resource inventory. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)–Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)–National Water and Climate Center has established a continental-scale network to address this need, called the Soil Climate Analysis Network (SCAN). This ever-growing network has more than 116 stations located in 39 states, most of which have been installed since 1999. The stations are remotely located and collect hourly atmospheric, soil moisture, and soil temperature data that are available to the public online in near–real time. New stations are located on benchmark soils when possible. Future plans for the network include increasing the number of stations, improving on user-friendly data summaries, increasing data quality, and scaling the stations to the surrounding region.
A., Benitez, Roberto F., Cabrera R., and Maria G. "CHARACTERIZATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES FOR CONSERVATION, NUEVA ALBORADA, ITAPUA, PARAGUAY." International Journal of Advanced Research 8, no. 02 (February 2020): 655–62. http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/ijar01/10497.
Thormark, C. "Conservation of energy and natural resources by recycling building waste." Resources, Conservation and Recycling 33, no. 2 (September 2001): 113–30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/s0921-3449(01)00078-7.
Swarn Lata Arya, J. S. Samra, and S. P. Mittal. "Rural Women and Conservation of Natural Resources: Traps and Opportunities." Gender, Technology and Development 2, no. 2 (July 1998): 167–85. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/097185249800200201.
Ismail, Sallehan, Kwan Wai Hoe, and Mahyuddin Ramli. "Sustainable Aggregates: The Potential and Challenge for Natural Resources Conservation." Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 101 (November 2013): 100–109. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.07.183.
Fischer, Carolyn. "Does Trade Help or Hinder the Conservation of Natural Resources?" Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 4, no. 1 (January 2010): 103–21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/reep/rep023.
Arya, Swarn Lata, J. S. Samra, and S. P. Mittal. "Rural Women and Conservation of Natural Resources: Traps and Opportunities." Gender, Technology and Development 2, no. 2 (January 1998): 167–85. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09718524.1998.11909895.
Human Rights Law in Africa, Editors. "AFRICAN CONVENTION ON THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES." Human Rights Law in Africa Online 1, no. 1 (2004): 116–21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/221160604x00125.
Midden, Cees J. H., Florian G. Kaiser, and L. Teddy McCalley. "Technology's Four Roles in Understanding Individuals' Conservation of Natural Resources." Journal of Social Issues 63, no. 1 (March 2007): 155–74. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-4560.2007.00501.x.
Cahn, Robert. "Institutions: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources." Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 30, no. 2 (March 1988): 44–45. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00139157.1988.9930883.
Sihadi, Sihadi. "PARTISIPASI PEMUDA DALAM KONSERVASI SUMBERDAYA ALAM LAUT DAN PESISIR DI DESA CIBALONG, GARUT SELATAN." Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Lingkungan dan Pembangunan 13, no. 1 (May 2017): 27–38. http://dx.doi.org/10.21009/plpb.131.03.
The purpose of this research to determine the relationship between indigenous knowledge, attitudes toward the environment, and motivation in keeping marine environment with the participation of youth in the natural resources conservation of marine and coastal. The research was conducted at Cibalong Coastal Village, Garut Selatan, 2009. with n = 170 selected randomly.The research findings are as follow: (1) there is positive correlation between of indigenous knowledge with the participation of youth in the natural resources conservation of marine and coastal, (2) there is positive correlation between attitudes toward the environment with the participation of youth in the natural resources conservation of marine and coastal, (3) there is positive correlation between of motivation in keeping marine environment with the participation of youth in the natural resources conservation of marine and coastal, and (4) there is positive correlation between of indigenous knowledge, attitudes toward the environment, and motivation in keeping marine environment with the participation of youth in the natural resources conservation of marine and coastal.
Valecillos, C., Y. Aranguren, and G. Fermin. "NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION: GUAVA AND OTHER MYRTACEAE GERMPLASM EX SITU CONSERVATION IN MÉRIDA, VENEZUELA." Acta Horticulturae, no. 849 (January 2010): 95–102. http://dx.doi.org/10.17660/actahortic.2010.849.10.
Sihotang, Irwan Valentinus, Sudarmadji Sudarmadji, Setyawan Purnama, and Baiquni Baiquni. "MODEL KONSERVASI SUMBERDAYA AIR SEBAGAI UPAYA MEMPERTAHANKAN KEBERLANJUTAN AIR DI SUB DAS AEK SILANG." Jurnal SPATIAL Wahana Komunikasi dan Informasi Geografi 15, no. 1 (March 2016): 1–11. http://dx.doi.org/10.21009/spatial.151.01.
Continuous availability of water as a basic requirement for survival and for the purposes of production so need to be maintained. The availability of water resources is strongly influenced by environmental and natural resource management is done by humans. Water resource conservation efforts through the increased role of the parties is expected sustainability of water can be maintained. The research objective is to formulate a model of conservation of water resources and efforts needed for water sustainability can be maintained. Data were collected using questionnaires and interviews, and then analyzed descriptively by using a technique AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process). The results of the analysis with AHP technique showed that the main priority of the alternative strategy of water resources conservation activities is to preserve water (38.70%). The effort to preserve water is technically civilian conservation, forest and land rehabilitation (RHL), control the use of water, maintenance of water resources and coaching/mentoring for communitie. Keywords: Sustainable water, Water resource conservation, AHP, Preserve water
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