2019
DOI: 10.1590/01047760201925042644
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Abstract: Protected areas does not guarantee good governance of biodiversity. Development concerns in developing countries can cause biodiversity loss. Biodiversity conservation should be considered under the concept of "Over-riding public interest". Protected areas should be taken under constitutional protection when necessary.

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“…An enhanced level of protection plays a pivotal role in conserving biodiversity (Hoffmann et al, 2018;Birben, 2019); however, its effectiveness depends upon governance and management (Cazalis et al, 2020). The forests in India are governed by various agencies viz., Government Forest officials, right holders/stakeholders, private individuals and organizations, indigenous people, etc.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Each governance type has differentiated strategies depending upon the key actors involved in decisionmaking and level of their powers resulting in variation in the conservation outcomes (Macura et al, 2015). Strict FMRs are vital for biodiversity conservation and the minimization of loss (Hoffmann et al, 2018;Birben, 2019;Geldmann et al, 2019). However, the efficiency of any FMRs in conserving biodiversity is contingent on the governance or management of a specific forest (Cazalis et al, 2020).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%