Role of Tiger Ecosystem Services in Sustainable Development of Ranthambhore Areas, Rajasthan, India: Perspective of Eco-Entrepreneurship

Dr Bhanwar Vishvendra Raj Singh1

1Department Of Geography, Faculty Of Earth Sciences, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, India, Udaipur, India


Sustainable Tiger Tourism can lead to the better social and natural inclusion of society. We, know, climate change has been connected to the endangerment and extinction of many flora and fauna. It rapid and widespread phenomenon is extremely challenging for global biodiversity, ecosystems and the future earth.

Meanwhile, the tiger ecosystem services are defiantly mitigated and adaption of social inclusion through increase forest cover, water quality, quality of life, global carbon cycle, economic growth, demographics, and agriculture, and forest products, regional and planning policies through sustainable conservation practices.

The Ranthambhore have a more than 60 tigers and about 0.5 million people directly or indirectly interdepended on tiger tourism services. It influences both environmental quality and the quality of life of native people. If we will do in sustainable manner of tiger conservation that is the success of tiger species which is the automatically preserve the natural anf human habitat.

The paper focuses on the role of ecosystem services in the social inclusion of Ranthambhore areas, which is possible through cultural ecosystem services,

Eventually, to prepare one consensus and one vision for sustainable development of local communities of Ranthambhore areas, which is more holistic, inclusive and ecological equilibrium for all stakeholders.


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