National Board for Wild Life

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National Board for Wild Life

  • NBWL is a statutory body as it has been constituted under Section 5 A the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.
  • It is the apex body to review all wildlife-related matters and approve projects in and around national parks and sanctuaries i.e. Protected Areas.
  • In 2003, NBWL was constituted its term lapsed in 2013, in 2014 it was reconstituted (was notified on July 22, 2014).
  • It is a 47-member board (including the chairman) which usually meets once a year – It is chaired by Prime minister.
  • The environment ministry has delegated all powers of the NBWL to a compliant Standing Committee which regularly meets and clears projects in Protected Areas.
  • The National Board may, at its discretion, constitute a Standing Committee under sub-section (1) of Section 5B to be chaired by Union Minister in charge of Forests and Wildlife.
  • The National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) has approved a slew of wildlife clearances for ‘developmental’ projects across the country even as the country is in lockdown mode.
  • Recently NBWL met virtually, it is to be noted NBWL has not met for the last six years.
  • It has a Standing Committee that issues policy decisions and clearances, it has given clearance to following projects.
  1. Etalin hydropower project, Arunachal Pradesh.
  2. Highway construction in Goa, which passes through the Mollem Wildlife Sanctuary.
  3. Nagpur-Mumbai superhighway over 32,000 trees will be felled and the proposed design passes through 48 villages.
  4. Railway bridge in Madhya Pradesh and Telangana through the Kawal tiger corridor.

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