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Maharashtra first state to release its own Wildlife Action Plan

Maharashtra has become the first Indian state that has launched its own Wildlife Action plan (2021-30). Maharashtra will implement the new plan over the next 10 years. the plan was released by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in the State Wildlife Board meeting.

  • Wildlife Action plan (2021-30) aims to recognize concerns about climate change impacts on wildlife, coastal ecosystems, marine biodiversity, flora, and fauna.
  • As per the plan, it will include a guiding document for an action plan for wildlife conservation for the next decade.

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Maharashtra Wildlife Action Plan

It will focus on 12 areas they are:

  1. Conservation of the species,
  2. Control of Poaching and Illegal Wildlife Trade,
  3. Mitigation of Human-Wildlife Conflict and Rescue,
  4. Wildlife Health Management,
  5. Conservation of Inland Aquatic System,
  6. Conservation of Coastal and Marine Ecosystems,
  7. Management of Tourism in Wildlife Areas,
  8. Conservation Awareness and Outreach,
  9. People’s participation,
  10. Strengthening Research and Monitoring,
  11. Ensuring Sustained Funding for Wildlife Sector and Integrating State Wildlife Action Plan with other Sectoral Programmes
  12. Strengthening and Enhancing Protected Area Network in Maharashtra State

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