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Potentialities for afforestation and reforestation projects for mitigation of climate change in Karnataka by V.Rangaswamy.

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Potentialities for afforestation and reforestation projects for mitigation of climate change in Karnataka by V.Rangaswamy


KarnatakaGeographic area: 191791 Km2(5.8% of the National geographic area)Forest Cover: 36991 Km2(5.5% of the country’s forest cover)Population: 52.73 million(5.1% of country’s population)Livestock: 29.57 million(6.3% of thecountry’s livestock population)


Total growing stock: 272 million m3Growing stock/ha: 84m3 (National avg 74m3Productivity: 1.45m3/ha/annum(National avg 1.37m3/ha)(Source FSI)


Potentialities of Karnataka Forest departmentKFD has capacity to implement the mitigation projectsExperience gained by the successful implementation of different projects


  • WBASF

  • WGFP

  • OECF

  • IEDP

  • INEP

  • IEED(Integrated Ecological EnvironmentalProject)


Potential resources land resources man power resources intellectual resources jfpm resources
Potential resources Land resourcesMan power resourcesIntellectual resourcesJFPM resources


  • Land resources

  • Forest resources

    • Dense forests-26156 km2

    • Open forests-10835 km2 (including blanks)

    • Total 36991km2

    • Change in the forest cover-4524 km2

      (2nd among all the states and Uts

    • 4th among all the states and UTs in respect of tree cover

  • Common property resources

    • Gomal lands

    • C& D class lands

    • Road sides

    • Canal banks

    • Burial grounds

    • Fore shore areas


Private property resources farm lands rainfed farm lands irrigated
Private property resources-Farm lands rainfed-Farm lands irrigated


Man power resource group a 359 group b 711 group c 8016 group d 2306 total 11392 temporary 6258
Man power resourceGroup A: 359Group B: 711Group C: 8016Group D: 2306Total:11392+Temporary: 6258


Intellectual resource entire staff above group d are technically trained 9086
Intellectual resourceEntire staff above group D are technically trained (9086)


JFPM(Joint Forest Planning and Management)2945 VFCs are formed in the state for participatory managementAll the above resources have to be effeciently utilised




  • Geographic area- 8223km2 mitigation project in

  • Dense Forest Cover- 180 km2

  • Open forest- 386 km2

  • Total Forest cover- 575km2

  • Scrub forest – 281km2

  • Percent of forest- 6.99%

    • (Source-FSI State of Forest Report-2001)

    • Waste lands- 2310 km2

    • Man power-1000 (about)


Thank You mitigation project in


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