Nations around the world are required to measure their progress towards key biodiversity goals. One important example of this, the Convention on Biological Diversity's 2010 target, is soon approaching. The target set is to significantly reduce the rate of biodiversity loss by the year 2010. It is well established that loss of biodiversity especially in tropical countries is mainly due to destruction and degradation of the habitat by human activities Study reveals that the diversity and species composition of Achnakmar-Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve forest is highly diverse. This also indicates that the climatic condition of Chhattisgarh region would have been favorable for Shorea robusta and its associates in the climax formation over a long successional process and have resulted in a highly diverse forest of Shorea. Therefore, the management plan for this forest should focus on Shorea robusta and its associates in order to safeguard the overall diversity of this area. The analysis should helpful and useful to professionals in forestry, wildlife, ecology and environmental sciences or anyone else who may be considering utilizing online communities for Biodiversity Conservation.