International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Botany | India | Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015


Biodiversity Conservation of Traditional Knowledge and Natural Resources Management of Madhya Pradesh

Ramesh Kumar Ahirwar [17] | Girja Kumar Singh [5]


Abstract: Biodiversity provides millions of people with livelihood helps to ensure food security and is rich source of both traditional medicines and modern pharma and neutraceuticals. Global attention on natural resources management and environmental protection issues are getting a priority during last few years. Any change in floral biodiversity modifies the global environment and affects the faunal diversity. Traditional medicines are still under practice in Indian villages and were developed through experience of many generations. In contrast to the present global scenario, in remote sites of the few countries, aboriginal communities are silently conserve the natural resources and maintain the biodiversity and achieving sustainable agriculture by their traditional ecological knowledge. In aim of the present context, to deals with conservational aspect of tribal community and traditional Indigenous knowledge (TIK) eastern part of Madhya Pradesh. Tribal systems are based on rich indigenous ecological knowledge gained over the generations. Further, it demonstrates optimum utilization of available land and other natural resources. The case study draws clear inference on tribal communities traditional Indigenous knowledge (TIK), innovations and their regulating sustainable natural resources management and biodiversity conservation. The present paper highlights on the traditional indigenous knowledge of tribes and roles in regulating natural resources management and conserve the bio-diversity.


Keywords: Innovation, Conservation, Traditional Knowledge, Natural resources


Edition: Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015,


Pages: 1579 - 1580


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