Student at Amity University Lucknow, India
The world looks aesthetic when the resources provided by the nature work out in a balanced way, and if the equilibrium is not maintained, conflict arises, this conflict between human- wildlife has attracted a large section of society and even the governments of several countries. Around the world, the challenge is being faced when there is competition for resources between humans and wildlife, sometimes the negative impact on humans and other times on the animals and this has led to a reduction in the tolerance level of humans. Human-wildlife conflict calls for a proper allocation of adequate resources and forming of a wide range of partnerships so that no more animals are defined in the extinction list or the vulnerable list. The process must work symbiotically otherwise it can be a big threat to achieving the sustainable development goals of the UNEP.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 5, Page 926 - 932DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.113643
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