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The need of the hour becomes ecological restoration because the biotic community is interfered due to human activities or sometimes even exploited.


The definition of "ecological restoration" has been the subject of numerous controversies. While there are many different definitions for ecological restoration, it is commonly defined as "the act of returning a biotic community to a state of biological integrity as closely as possible". This phrase has varied meanings for various people on the other hand. It includes not only natural factors, but also cultural, social, historical, and political ones. Given how these factors differ in place, it's tough to come up with a definition that everyone can agree upon.


Restoration goals reflect society decisions among conflicting policy agendas, but obtaining them is sometimes divisive and politically difficult. Photo by Guillaume de Germain on Unsplash


The need of the hour becomes ecological restoration because the biotic community is interfered due to human activities or sometimes even exploited.

Ecological restoration is the activity of rejuvenating and rebuilding degraded, damaged, or destroyed ecosystems and habitats in the environment via active human involvement and action.

Restoration goals reflect society decisions among conflicting policy agendas, but obtaining them is sometimes divisive and politically difficult.

For achieving ecological restoration there are several sorts of projects like regrowing of forests that have previously been cut down: Reforestation, Re-vegetation of area that have been disturbed, Improving habitat and range for targeted species, native species are being reintroduced and preventing the erosion of top layer of land: erosion control and so on.

The advantages of ecological restoration include sustainable development, creating a world for the next decade in which the relation between humane and environment is restored for the health and well-being for both now and in the future. It will minimize environmental deterioration.



Keywords: ecology, ecosystem, wildlife, sustainable, forests


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