1. WHAT THE STUDENTS SHOULD DO TO PROTECT WILDLIFE:
The students should adopt a wild animal via a wildlife preservation organization. Zoos give us the opportunity to "adopt" wild animals and help in their preservation. Donate to wildlife conservation organizations. Even if it’s one rupee it helps. Become a member of a wildlife organization. They can volunteer with different organizations & zoos. These programs range from cleaning beaches, forests, and deserts, to working with animals, rescuing animals in need, and helping in events and educational programs. This allows us to actively sponsor animals and provide help to the organization of your choice. They can organize your own events or drives to raise awareness and support for wildlife conservation. These sorts of things can be organized at local schools, parks, or recreational centers. Encourage peoples to business to recycle and use recyclable products ...view middle of the document...
Staying informed will help you better promote and assist your cause.
2. AWARENESS ABOUT THIS TOPIC:
Fascinated by the beauty of nature and also by the urgent need to conserve and protect wildlife all over the planet, Janaina Matarazzo has developed Nature Inspires Life, a concept that combines photography, design, arts and wildlife conservation, hoping to inspire other people and also create awareness.
3. WHAT STEPS THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD TAKE TO PROTECT WILDLIFE:
Legal protection has to be provide to wild animals against hunting and commercial exploitation. The Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972 has been amended and made more stringent. The punishment for offences under the Act has been enhanced. The Act also provides for forfeiture of any equipment, vehicle or weapon that is used for committing wildlife offence(s). Protected Areas, viz., National Parks, Sanctuaries, Conservation Reservesand Community Reserves covering important wildlife habitats has be created all over the country. The State/Union Territory Governments has been request to strengthen the field formations and intensify patrolling in and around the Protected Areas. The Wildlife Crime Control Bureau has be set up to strengthen the enforcement of law for control of poaching and illegal trade in wildlife and its products. The periodic assessments carried out in respect of prioritized species, rhinoceros and lion, have indicated improvement in their population status. The Ministry of Environment & Forests also provides financial assistance to State Governments for undertaking “Recovery Programmes for saving criticallyendangered species” as a component of the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of ‘Integrated Development of Wildlife Habitats’.
Wildlife conservation isn't hard. There are a number of ways to help from getting out there and getting hands on to simply donating money in support of an organization's work. Both are equally as noble and equally as necessary in the effort to save our planet and its wildlife. Don't just sit there and watch anymore, do something to change the world. Even the smallest step helps more than nothing at all.