XII-TH PLAN VISION Managing Environment, Forests, Wildlife and challenges due to Climate Change for faster and equitable growth, where ecological security for sustainability andinclusiveness is restored, equity in access to all environmental goods and ecosystemservices is assured through institutionalisation of people’s participation; 3
A future in which the nation takes pride in the quality of its environment, forests, richness of its biodiversity, and efforts by the State and its people to protect, expand and enrich it, for intra and inter-generational equity and welfare of the local and global community. 4
National Environment Policy, 2006National Forest Policy 1988National Action Plan on Climate Change, 2008National Wildlife Action Plan, 2002National Biodiversity Action Plan, 2008National Coastal Zone ManagementProgramme 5
Policy reforms Regulatory 3 4 2 5 Infrastructure andOrganisational technology Upgradation and investment 1 6 Biodiversity and Climate Strategies Change thrustsProgrammatic 10 7 Capacity Building and Wildlife International Cooperation 9 8 National Forests Livelihoods
National Afforestation ProgrammeNational River Conservation ProgrammeNational Coastal Zone ManagementProgrammeNational Green India Mission 7
Indian Council of Forestry Research andEducation (ICFRE)Wildlife Institution of India (WII)Indian Institute of Forest Management(IIFM)Botanical Survey of India (BSI)Zoological Survey of India(ZSI)Forest Survey of India(FSI)Environmental Information System - ENVISCentres- 76 CentresCentres of Excellence - 10 9
Central Government State GovernmentDistrict Level Institutions Panchayat/ Panchayat/ Municipalities 10
ENVIRONMENT Assess and remediate 12 identified contaminated sites (hazardous chemicals and wastes) with potential for ground water contamination by 2017. Clean 80 per cent of critically polluted stretches in rivers by 2017 and 100 per cent by 2020. States to meet NAAQS in urban areas by 2017. To reduce emission intensity of our GDP in line with the target of 20 to 25 percent reduction over 2005 levels by 2020.
MONITORABLE TARGETFORESTS AND LIVELIHOOD Greening 5 million ha under Green India Mission including 1.5 million ha of degraded lands, afforestation and eco-restoration of 0.9 million ha of ecologically sensitive areas. Technology-based monitoring of forest cover, biodiversity and growing stock including change-monitoring on periodical basis through dedicated satellite by 2017 and establishment of open web-based National Forestry and Environmental Information system for research and public accessibility by 2015. Engagement of Village Green Guards/Community Foresters for every Joint Forest Management (JFM) village by 2016. Establish forestry seed bank in forest circles and Model Nursery in every district with information on public portal by 2014.
FOR WILDLIFE, ECOTOURISM AND ANIMAL WELFARE Twenty per cent of veterinary professionals in the country will be trained in treating wildlife. Integrated Ecotourism District Plans covering 10 per cent of all potential Protected Areas (PAs) by 2017. Promoting participation of private sector, civil societies, NGOs and philanthropists in animal welfare.
FOR ECOSYSTEM AND BIODIVERSITY Restore 0.1 million ha of wetlands/inland lakes/water bodies by 2017. Mapping and preparation of biodiversity management plans for deserts (both cold and arid), coastal areas, important coral zones, wetlands, mangroves and so on to be completed by 2017.
EmploymentHarmonization of Acts/RulesConvergence and Synergy in ProgrammeImplementationLivelihoodForest Cover (Quality &Quality)Eco resilienceBiodiversity Management
People Participation and women empowermentPublic-Private PartnershipInstitution BuildingCapacity BuildingWater harvesting and ground water rechargingFodder to CattleStrategy for management for invasive speciesEffective management of Man-animal conflict 16
THANKSENVIRONMENT AND FOREST DIVISION PLANNING COMMISSION NEW DELHI 17
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