The Challenge of Poaching: co-existence of Kaziranga Park and the effiency of Tea Plantation

The Challenge of Poaching: co-existence of Kaziranga Park and the effiency of Tea Plantation

This video is about the challenge faced by the world's largest rhino park, that has been a World Heritage site since 1985, and the largest Indian organic tea plantation. As the tea brands search for global competitiveness, parks require more protection against poaching. Is there a chance to change the model and have both co-exist, generating jobs while ensuring that Nature maintains is evolutionary park while strengthening the resilience of both?

An initiative by Sanctuary Asia, APPL, Blue Economy, Sanctuary Asia, Hathikuli Organic

 

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