What it is
The sustainable use and management of natural resources including wildlife, water, air, and earth deposits. Natural resources may be renewable or non-renewable.
The convergence of need for the use of space by policy makers and indigenous people remains one of the major problems in ecosystem conservation. The need, therefore, arises for conservationists to work with both parties in order for conservation goals to work well within the ecological framework.
- Campaigning on today’s most urgent environmental and social issues.
- undertaking surveys on perceived impact of human activities on fauna and flora
- Advocating for sustainable environmental policies enactment and implementation
- Sensitising public on creation of environmentally sustainable and socially just societies.
What It Is
Ecotourism development and promotion has been touted as ideal because
- It has proved to be the economically motivated panacea for ecosystem conservation
- It is a healthy venture, valuable for people and the planet earth
- It is the ideal taste of nature lovers
- It promotes economic sustainability
- We become more sensitive through ecotourism
- It reduces our carbon footprint
- Creation of Community Zoo for studies and appreciation by excursionists
- Biodiversity research and conservation monitoring
- Organise excursions to ecotourism sites
- Recognition of ecosystem promoters