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Role of Institutions in Conservation of Wetland Along with Maintaining Sustainable Livelihood to its Locals - A Review Economic Alternatives
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Role of Institutions in Conservation of Wetland Along with Maintaining Sustainable Livelihood to its Locals - A Review

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Wetlands are very productive in nature and are a source of livelihood for the local dwellers. Along with its natural beauty, it provides numerous valuable services like flash flood reduction, pollutant removal, groundwater recharge and discharge, habitat for numerous wildlife etc. They are considered as the arteries and veins of the landscape. But recent years evidenced degradation of wetlands all over the world. In order to protect and develop the wetlands a detrimental role can be played by Institutions. This paper tries to summarize earlier research works related to wetland conservation and the role of the institution in conservation and development of wetland. The paper also tries to understand its importance to provide sustainable livelihood opportunities to its local inhabitants. The pursuit of development often conceals the prevalence of degradation. A key role can be played by institutions to achieve the twin goal of development and conservation and could also initiate guaranteed sustainable livelihood.

Keywords

development, Wetland, Institution, Conservation, Sustainable Livelihood.
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