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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
FORMULATING A SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR THE NATURAL RESOURCES OF THE BASIN INCLUDING ITS FORESTS
GAYATRI SEMWAL
Pages: 2779-2786
Abstract
By focusing on both direct and indirect causes of deforestation and ecosystem degradation, this plan hopes to optimize critical ecosystems' ability to mitigate climate change. For this Plan to succeed, the United States and its allies will need the will, resources, and resolve of all countries that cover key ecosystems to conserve and restore these ecosystems and accomplish their ambitious climate targets. The ability of people to adopt new ways of behaving that put an emphasis on climate action and ecosystem conservation, and the readiness of businesses throughout the world to adopt innovative methods of financing and doing business, are all necessary for the success of our collective initiatives. The goal of this plan is to speed up this international initiative. By increasing investments in economic development models and policy frameworks that provide positive incentives to conserve critical carbon sinks and disincentivize their loss, this Plan seeks to ensure that conservation and restoration of these essential ecosystems is the least expensive option and in the economic interest of key stakeholders. It will encourage a variety of land-use patterns that are compatible with climate and conservation goals, such as parks, Indigenous lands, and agricultural landscapes.
Keywords
Deforestation, Economic, Development, Landscape, conservation
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