An effective multiple use management framework for conserving biodiversity in the mountain landscape of the Western Ghats.
India High Range Mountain Landscape Project is a partnership between the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of Kerala and United Nations Development Programme with the support from the Global Environment Facility. The project aims at developing an effective multiple use management framework for conserving biodiversity in the mountain landscape of the Western Ghats.
This project aims to
- Effective governance framework for multiple - use mountain landscape
- Secure the ecological integrity of the Munnar landscape
- Strengthen the capacities for community-based sustainable use and management of resources
- 1,200 community members engaged to revive traditional agricultural practices and undertake seed conservation.
- Online and offline market linkage platforms provided to 1,000 farmers for improved incomes.
- Green Innovation Fund launched with Kerala StartUp Mission to support green entrepreneurs.
- Eco-restoration plans implemented to restore 160 hectares of degraded ecosystems.
- Trained 100 women and youth in community-based tourism activities
United Nations Development Programme
Global Environment Fund Truste
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