The National Forest Policy 1988

The National Forest Policy 1988 aimed at the  protection, conservation, regeneration and development of forests. The main points of the National Forest Policy 1988 included maintenance of environmental stability by the preservation and restoration of ecological balance, conserving the  forests as  national heritages which consists of  various kinds of flora and fauna. The concept was in the news recently. To know why it was in the click the above link titled ‘Related News’.


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