Editor’s Note CCKids 10.4

In this edition of Current Conservation Kids we look at our relationship with Nature, and explore our place within it. In the first article, we really are talking relations. Known in Indonesian as “people of the forest”, orangutans are one of our closest relatives in...

Edward Blyth (1810-1873)

Edward Blyth (1810-1873) In the quest for new knowledge, we often forget those responsible for much of what we know today. One such man buried in the annals of Indian natural history is Edward Blyth. Maya Ramaswamy Edward Blyth (1810-1873) Portrait | Bhanu Sridharan |...

Pradip Krishen

INTERVIEWS [pt_view id=”2d8d6ebgjw”] Pradip Krishen Interview | Janaki Lenin In this interview, the author of ‘Trees of Delhi’ narrates some of the challenges he faced while sharing the exciting moments in his pioneering work of the last six years,...

Romulus Whitaker

[pt_view id=”2d8d6ebgjw”] Romulus Whitaker Interview | Kartik Shanker   Started by a group of enthusiasts, the turtle walks and conservation activities on the Chennai coast continued through state agencies (Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute...

Robert ‘Bob’ Pressey

[pt_view id=”2d8d6ebgjw”] Robert ‘Bob’ Pressey Interview | Diya Das Robert ‘Bob’ Pressey is Professor at James Cook University, Townsville, Australia. He is one of the world’s leading conservation planners, and was one of the pioneers of the method of...