Conservation Strategies for Fragile Ecosystems: Lessons from Global Case Studies


  • Dr. Samina Yasmin Fatima Jinnah Women's University, Rawalpindi Author


fragile ecosystems, conservation strategies, case studies, coral reefs, rainforests, arid regions, community-based management,, sustainable resource use, technology, adaptive management


Fragile ecosystems, rich in biodiversity but vulnerable to anthropogenic pressures, face immense challenges in the 21st century. This article explores successful conservation strategies employed in diverse global case studies, drawing lessons for effective ecosystem management. By analyzing approaches used in coral reefs, rainforests, and arid regions, we identify key themes including community-based initiatives, sustainable resource utilization, innovative technology, and adaptive management. These insights offer valuable guidance for tailoring conservation efforts to specific contexts and achieving long-term environmental resilience.