Number 39 – Krithi Karanth
Dr. Krithi Karanth is Chief Conservation Scientist and Director at the Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore, Adjunct Faculty at Duke University and National Centre for Biological Sciences. (Quite a few titles then!)
She has conducted extensive research on conservation issues in India since 2001. She focuses on mammal extinctions, effects of anthropogenic pressures, voluntary resettlement of people, tourism trends, human-wildlife conflicts, resource and land-use change around Indian parks. She has published 16 scientific articles in several international journals and co-edited a special issue on conservation issues in India for Biological Conservation. Her work has been covered by The Hindu, Times of India, Indian Express, Monga Bay and more than fifty other international and national newspapers and science blogs. To put it mildly, she’s been pretty bloody busy, puts those Netflix binges in perspective, doesn’t it?
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