19.Letter to the Editor Regarding : Tourism on Corbett National Park

By | December 10, 2019

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You are Navtej/Navita, Secretary, Environment Club, Akash Public School, Agra. You, along with a group of students, went on a 3-day tour of Corbett National Park. You found how the tourists abused the available facilities and thus endangered the environment. Write a letter in 120-150 words to the editor of a national daily highlighting the situation. Suggest ways through which the environment of the park can be saved.                                                                                                                     

Ans. Akash Public School

Sadar Road


26 January 20XX

The Editor

 The Hindu

MG Road


Subject: Harmful effects of tourism on Corbett National Park

 Dear Sir

 Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the government to the rampant abuse of the available facilities in the Corbett National Park by tourists and the consequent endangering of the environment. I, along with a group of students from Akash Public School, Agra, went on a 3-day tour of the national park. I found that tourists not only littered the place with non-biodegradable plastic packets and wrappers but also used fuelwood from the forests for cooking. Excessive trampling of the soil has a harmful effect on the ecosystem. The tranquillity of the habitat was disturbed by the tourists playing loud music

in their Safari jeeps.

The Corbett National Park is the oldest in the country, established in 1936, to protect the endangered Royal Bengal tiger. The public should be made aware of the fact that eco-tourism should not be allowed at the cost of endangering the environment.

Thanking you.

Yours faithfully



 (Environment Club)

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