4 edition of Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex found in the catalog.
Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex
by Nature Conservation Division, Dept. of Forestry Services, Ministry of Agriculture in [Thimphu
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Nature Conservation Division, Dept. of Forestry Services, Ministry of Agriculture with Support from WWF Bhutan Program, Thimphu.|
|Contributions||Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex (Programme), Bhutan. Nature Conservation Division., World Wildlife Fund. Bhutan Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p.,  leaves of folded plates :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2007388880|
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Each of Bhutan’s National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries is an essential part of the Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex – a system of national parks, protected areas and forest corridors covering 35 percent of the country. Promote forest management practices that benefit biodiversity conservation in the priority corridors. Secure the conservation of priority site outcomes (key biodiversity areas) in the eastern Himalayas with a particular emphasis on the Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex, Kangchenjunga-Singalila Complex and North Bank Landscape.
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Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex (B2C2) refers in a nutshell to the conservational landscape comprised of all protected areas (including buffer zones) and its connecting biological corridors. Presently, there are five national parks, four wildlife sanctuaries, one nature reserve and nine biological corridors (see above map).
FOREWORD Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex (B2C2) is one of the most ambitious programmes of Nature Conservation Division that looks at conservation at landscape- Size: 1MB. English, Book, Illustrated edition: Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex: living in harmony with the nature: a landscape conservation plan: a way forword / prepared by Nature Conservation Division, Dept.
of Forestry Services, Ministry of Agriculture with Support frome WWF Bhutan Program, Thimphu. Forest cover comprises up to % of the total land area and an additional % of the country is now included in biological corridors, which is consolidated with protected areas into a macro-level natural landscape called the “Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex” (B2C2).
Known for its proactive conservation initiatives, Bhutan has designated more than a half (%) of its territory as national parks and reserves, nine percent of land area as corridors linking protected areas.
Together, this network of protected areas is called Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex (B2C2). InWCNP was formally designated as the 10 th national park to pay tribute to Wangchuck Dynasty for selflessly Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex book Bhutan for years. Located ideally within the rich Himalayan ecosystem, WCNP is not only the largest national park in the country with area coverage of Km 2 but with its inclusion, Bhutan's protected area system now stands at % i.e.
more than half of Bhutan. Jigme Khesar Strict Nature Reserve (JKSNR) JKSNR, the only strict nature reserve in Bhutan, is a km 2 trans-boundary area located in the northwest corner of the country.
The park mostly covers the administrative jurisdiction of Haa and Samtse Districts. that should also consider transboundary biodiversity conservation. Transboundary biodiversity conservation initiatives Bhutan forms an integral part of the Eastern Himalayan biological complex in which range distributions of many key biota transcend national boundaries.
Because effective,File Size: 4MB. FOREST AND NATURE CONSERVATION RULES & REGULATIONS OF BHUTAN, In exercise of the powers and duties conferred under the Forest and Nature Conservation Act of Bhutan, ;Minister, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Royal Government of Bhutan, hereby promulgates the Forest and Nature Conservation Rules and Regulations of Bhutan, File Size: 1MB.
This is the incredible story of Bhutan’s commitment to conservation that few people are aware of. Blessed with a lineage of enlightened monarchs, Bhutan has consistently balanced national economic growth with cultural preservation, environmental sustainability, and social development.
Nature Conservation Division. Nature Conservation Division (NCD) is one of the five functional divisions under the Department of Forest and Park Services. The Division was established in and it is the focal agency of the government for the conservation of biological.
Bhutan is considered one of the critical components in the success of the Global Tiger Recovery Program and the goal of TX2, to double wild tigers by Indeed Bhutan stands alone as the only tiger range country that can be considered as a tiger landscape almost in entirety.
In the area was upgraded to a national park. Now, it forms part of the Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex, an extensive system of protected areas and biological corridors covering over 50 percent of the country. Royal Manas is linked to Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park to the north and India’s Manas Tiger Reserve in the south.
Bhutan for Life. In AugustWWF, the Bhutan government, donors, and partners from around the world created Bhutan for Life.
At the heart of the conservation effort is a $43 million fund—the first of its kind in Asia—to permanently protect Bhutan’s network of protected areas. Strategic Direction: 2 Secure the conservation of priority site outcomes (key biodiversity areas) in the eastern Himalayas with a particular emphasis on the Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex, Kangchenjunga-Singalila Complex, and North Ban.
This contiguous tract of the Bhutan Biological Conservation Complex spans from the sub-tropical forests to alpine meadows. Once these areas are covered activities will be replicated in other Size: KB.
Conservation Complex (B2C2) or a landscape conservation unit, encompassing all types of ecosystems that are existent in Bhutan. Establishment of extensive protected areas connected by biological corridors is an effective strategy to maintain the ecological resilience in.
The conservation showpiece of the Kingdom, Royal Manas National Park is the oldest park in Bhutan. Covering 1, square kilometers, it is strategically located between Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park in the north, and Manas National Park in India to the south, the latter an.
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) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). Plants & Animals Bhutan is listed as one among the top 10 biodiversity hot spots in the world. Bhutan has total forest coverage of over 70% of the country's total geographical area with the constitution requiring 60% of the country under forest coverage for all times to come.biodiversity matters pages 12–13 pros and cons: stories of coexistence pages 14–15 fao’s history in the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity pages 16–17 facts and figures pages 18–43 fao’s fields of work pages 44–45 the way forward – building on global File Size: 2MB.Effective conservation, sustainable utilization and equitable sharing of benefits arising from access and use of biological resources.
Mission Biological resources effectively conserved, sustainably used and benefits equitably shared for enhancement of livelihood, food security and environmental well-being of .