‘Future of Conservation in India (FoC)’ is a network of organizations and individuals committed to effective and equitable conservation of biodiversity. FoC's objective is to foster dialogue and engagement in complex conservation issues, and help tackle the increasing threats that both biodiversity and people's livelihoods face. This includes joint action on areas of agreement, and attempts at evolving common understanding on issues where there are differences.
Listed Below are various outputs by the Network...
- Summary report of National Consultation on Forest Rights Act and Protected Areas 11-12th November 2013, Indian Social Institute, New Delhi organised by the Future of Conservation Network
- Summary Report of the National Consultation on Forest Rights Act and Protected Areas, Organised by Future of Conservation Network , 12-13 August 2012, New Delhi (With support from ActionAid India) LATEST!
- Comments on MoEF's Revised Guidelines on Critical Wildlife Habitats (28 Feb 2011)
- Statement of the Consultation on the Future of Conservation in India (February 2006)
- Proposed Guidelines on Identification of Critical Tiger Habitats, Co-existence and Relocation Related to Tiger Reserves (in Pursuance of the WLPA as Amended in 2006): Suggestions to the National Tiger Conservation Authority (2007)
- Proposed Guidelines for Identification of Critical Wildlife Habitats in National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries under Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act 2006 (December 2007)
- Comments on ‘Guidelines to Notify Critical Wildlife Habitat including Constitution and Functions of the Expert Committee, Scientific Information Required and Resettlement Matters incidental thereto’ issued by MoEF (December 2007)
- Press Statement: ‘Future of Conservation Network’ Welcomes PM’s Stress on Wildlife Conservation under the Forest Rights Act & Urges Government to Consider a Democratic and Knowledge-based Approach to Critical Wildlife Habitats (January 2008)
- Comments on the ‘Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act 2006, Rules’, January 2008 (February 2008)
- Letter to the Prime Minister of India regarding the tiger crisis. February 2008
- National Workshop on Critical Tiger Habitats and Critical Wildlife Habitats -May 2008
- Recommendations from the 2nd National Consultation on Critical Wildlife Habitats and Community Forest Rights- 17-19th August 2009