A consultation/workshop “Orans/ Dev-vans’; Deemed to be Forests; Climate Change & EbA links” has been organised by ‘Krishi Avam Paristhitiki Vikas Sansthan’ (KRAPAVIS) with the support of Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies, and in collaboration with ‘Rajasthan State Biodiversity Board’ (RSBB), at KRAPAVIS training Centre Alwar, on 18 & 19 Oct 2019 to promote the conservation and management of Orans (community lands). Over 68 people, includes representatives from communities, forestry research, research institutions, universities/ colleges, Forest Department, RSBB, NGOs and other concerning government departments were gathered, and a mission statement of the workshop was unanimously prepared. A few important issues ivolved such as that it becomes duty of all global citizens to protect and restore this Sacred natural & cultural heritage sites for Prosperity and Posterity. It is in-line with the National Forest Policy the increase in Green cover for the country. The Oran and the community are inseparable entities, as they are the ecological land forms with great cultural, emotional and spiritual significance.
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