ADAPTION OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE

Authors

  • Manas Ranjan Das

Abstract

Given that natural resource management authorities and environmental organisations are
pursuing advice on reacting to climate change, various future measures and approaches have
been suggested to improve the long-term sustainability of certain natural system attributes.
Managers require realistic methods for choosing a tailored management strategy for particular
goals at a defined location within such behaviour and strategies. The framework of Participatory
“Adaptation to Conservation Targets” (ACT) was developed, which considers Climate change
impacts on the development of management actions for ecosystems, specific species, and
ecological functions. The approach is focused on the assumption that successful management
response to climate change will depend on local environment awareness, and may not inherently
entail comprehensive climate change forecasts or their consequences. The ACT structure was
demonstrated by adapting it to an environmentally sustainable feature in the Greater Yellowstone
Ecosystem. Facilitated implementation of the ACT process advanced community consultations
outside risk analyses to evaluate strategies for reducing the impacts of climate change on
individual organisms, ecological roles and habitats.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Manas Ranjan Das. (2020). ADAPTION OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 4998 - 5006. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1741