Chief Wildlife Warden to Visit Costa Rica to Study Climate Adaptation
HYDERABAD: Chief wildlife warden Lokesh Jayaswal, the principal chief conservator of forests (wildlife), will be undertaking a study tour in Costa Rica under the India-US partnership on sustainable forest and climate adaptation from September 17 to 27. He will be accompanied by a a team of forest officers from Telangana, Bihar, Kerala and ministry of environment, forest & climate change.
Jayaswal has been the state nodal officer for “Forest Plus 2.0 – USAID” launched in 2019, which brought the latest methodology and technologies in mainstreaming ecosystem services into planning and implementation. The programme helped in a systematic and scientific approach to rejuvenation of degraded forests.