|World Forest Day|
World Forest Day is celebrated every year on 21 March. It was first celebrated in 1971. It was started in India by the then Home Minister of India, Vice-Chancellor Kanhaiyalal Maniklal Munshi. This festival started to be celebrated in India in 1950. The only purpose behind celebrating this was that all the countries should appreciate their motherland and their soil and be aware of how important their soil, their forests, their forest lands are.
World Forest Day 2021 World Forest Day 2021 Human beings have been awarded uncountable natural wealth in the form of forests. For us, the forest is as important as the wildlife. There was a time when forests and people had a great bond with each other.
World Forest Day 2021 Human beings have been awarded natural wealth in the form of forests by nature. The forest is as important for us as it is for wildlife. There was a time when forests and people had a great bond with each other. Today, due to rules and human-wildlife conflict, the scope of forests and people is narrowing.
March 21 is World Forestry Day. Public awareness programs are done to save forests all over the world. People have been dependent on forests for a long time. These forests have been sources of fodder, wood, livelihood, and oxygen for the people. This led to an emotional connection with the people of the jungles. People were always ahead to save the forest.
People used to exploit the forest in such a way that it did not cause any harm to the forest, but with time, due to strict rules and incidents of human-wildlife conflict, the distance of human beings increased, their traditional rights were over. The emotional relationship associated with the forest is also beginning to fade. People living in many forest areas are bound in the beds of the rules of the forest.
If implemented, people will join the forest
Local people will have to be added from the forest. Along with creating employment opportunities from the forest, rights of rights will have to be restored. The herbs extracted from the forest should have industry within the state. In addition to planting fruitful plants in the forests, water arrangements should be made to prevent the fauna from coming into the population. The laws of the forest have to be relaxed for the villagers.
World Forestry Day started in Europe
It is said that in the name of large-scale development in Europe, when the cutting of trees started, then its losses started coming. Given this, the European Agricultural Confederation first decided to celebrate World Forestry Day in the year 1971. The United Nations passed a resolution letter on 28 November 2012. In which it was announced to celebrate World Forestry Day on 21 March every year.
After this, World Forestry Day started being celebrated in the world March 21 is World Forestry Day. Public awareness programs are done to save forests all over the world. People have been dependent on forests for a long time. These forests have been sources of fodder, wood, livelihood, and oxygen for the people. This led to an emotional connection with the people of the jungles. People were always ahead to save the forest.
The policies of the British were commendable
Dr. Devi Dutt Dani, a geographer, says that during the British time the forest department used to settle villagers as Toginya village. So that people can meet in fire season and tree planting season. Apart from this, the villagers used to get wood in the form of right. Also, it was not forbidden to bring grass, Babur, leaves, mature from the forest. Changes in climate and glaciers are melting due to the absence of forests. Therefore, along with plantation, conservation is also necessary.