Book Review: At the feet of living things

Nagendra, Harini (2023) Book Review: At the feet of living things. The Hindu BusinessLine.

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This collection of essays is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the day-to-day complexities, frustrations and joys of working on wildlife conservation. At The Feet of Living Things: Twenty - Five Years of Wildlife Research and Conservation in India, is a book of essays that chronicles the conservation efforts of the Nature Conservation Foundation (NCF) - one of India’s best-known, highly regarded conservation organisations. Working in mountain, forested, urban, coastal and marine habitats across India, the scientists of NCF have collaborated with local communities, government agencies, industries and corporate groups, experimenting with varied approaches to find ways for people to continue to live with biodiversity.

Item Type: Newspaper Article
Authors: Nagendra, Harini
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Uncontrolled Keywords: day-to-day complexities, wildlife conservation, Feet of Living Things, Wildlife Research, Conservation in India
Subjects: Natural Sciences > Life sciences; biology > Ecology
Divisions: Azim Premji University
Full Text Status: Public
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