Ecosystem management

An evolved philosophical approach to manage the available natural resources, aiming of managing resources in an ecosystem-based rather than independently while maintaining their ecological integrity represents ecological management. It helps in sustaining the natural resources without disturbing the ecology. Traditional management systems concentrate on extraction of natural resources, and their manipulation and governance. This approach has oft resulted in harmful failures like, the collapse of fish stocks, forest loss, desertification, and death of coral reefs but the alternative ‘ecosystem management’ approaches emphasise the practicality of coupled social-ecological systems. scheme management advocates system-wide views that incorporate multiple spatial and temporal scales, and recognises that ecological processes area unit inherently unpredictable. It conjointly emphasises a democratic approach to call making. Thus, scheme management is that the science and follow of managing natural resources and ecological processes, to fulfil multiple demands of society. It will be native, regional or international in scope, and underpins economic and environmental security and property.

  • Preservation
  • Restoration
  • Sustainable Management
  • Economics of Ecosystem
  • Ecological Integrity

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