The government recently formulated four main policies pertaining to biodiversity conservation. They ensure a continuous flow of ecosystem services.
The politics of poverty and land hunger in Nepal: Manohar Publications. Officers of staff of NGOs and INGOs have also graciously allowed us formal interviews, access to archived materials and freely gave of their time in myriad conversations about the conservation sector in Nepal.
Various findings have shown that fees foreign tourists are willing to pay for entry permits into PAs are frequently higher than what governments charge e. Similarly lack of infrastructures for tourism has been identified as one of the issue in most of the protected areas.
Google Scholar Baral N Resources use and conservation attitudes of local people in the western terai landscape, Nepal. The first organized approach to managing protected areas in Nepal dates back to the year by establishing Chitwan National Park.
Buffer zone initiatives in Nepal - balancing the scales. But ecosystems and habitats in the middle hills of the country are under-represented in the PA system e.
Similarly, crop damage, livestock depredation and human casualties by wild animals in Makalu Barun and Khaptad NP, park people conflict on resource use in Shivapuri NP are some of the examples. Journal of Environmental Management 92 1 : — The Chitwan population also continued to grow.
Inadequate resources such as fuel, vehicle, post, raft and motorboat for anti-poaching in several protected areas and inadequate logistics for patrolling in Rara National Park also play a major role in increased hunting and poaching activities.
Some of the issues include hunting and poaching, pressure on natural resources, encroachment, grazing, poverty, less land, traditional practices on land use, fishing, lack of enough databases, researches, lack of physical infrastructure as well as human resource etc.