Tiger Conservation in India
The primary focus of the paper is to analyze the Indian Tiger Conservation program â€“ Project Tiger. The circumstances that lead to and the conditions under which the program was launched are discussed. National Parks in India lead to a situation where the natives of the forest are deprived of their homes and livelihoods as an externality of conservation. These ousted populations (â€˜green ousteesâ€™) often turn against the National Parks for their sustenance.
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