Thanks for your response, and sorry for unzipped phrase Ecology of Poverty. As the phrase reflects the poverty is connected to ecology. I mean to say that the most of poor people live in ecological niche, but their poverty is not rooted into sole environmental degradation, but all the socio-political, cultural environments of poverty which have created one kind of ecosystem of poverty. Now, rural people are not just worried about ecological erosion but the erosion of their livelihood. Thus, while we are talking about their sustainable livelihood system, we must see the beyond the sustainable management of natural resources. I hope Sir, I am able to draw sketch of my simple thought! Thanks!