Environmentalists during a convention yesterday urged a organisation to move a little changes in a due wildlife action as well as recognize biodiversity charge as a tip priority issue. They pronounced a timberland dialect should not be certified to safety a wildlife as well as biodiversity by a act, as a dialect has already unsuccessful to safety a wildlife class over a years.
“Some sixteen class of animals in a nation have already been archaic underneath organisation of a Department of Forest,” pronounced Dr Reza Khan, an internationally recognized zoologist as well as former clergyman of Dhaka University.
Poribesh Bachao Andolon (Poba) organized a convention upon “Proposed timberland as well as wildlife charge act: Future of forest, wildlife as well as timberland inhabitants” during a National Press Club in a city. Noted zoologists, lawyers, as well as botanists were between a environmentalists in attendance programme. Dr Khan pronounced a organisation should rught away deliberate teachers, students, environmentalists, lawyers, journalists, as well as endangered specialists prior to dramatization of a Bangladesh Wildlife Act-2010 if a law is compulsory to modernise. He remarkable a due action has since shortcoming to a timberland dialect to safety wildlife or biodiversity nonetheless it has unsuccessful to strengthen singular class of wildlife over 200 years.
Dr Khan referred to a organisation emanate a apart directorate or dialect of wildlife as well as biodiversity for tolerable government to safety all a wildlife as well as a biodiversity.Presiding over a seminar, Poba Chairman Abu Naser Khan pronounced a forests, once accessible in assorted tools of a nation have been disintegrating due to manmade causes. “It’s unequivocally a make a difference of disbelief which a nation has 9 percent of forests.”
He emphasised insurance of forests as well as wildlife by accordant efforts of all. “Wildlife goes archaic with drop of forests,” he said. Syeda Rizwana Hasan, counsel as well as senior manager executive of Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association (BELA); Advocate Subrata Chowdhury; as well as environmentalist Dr Anisuzaman Khan additionally addressed a seminar.