Communicating latest research concepts from both natural and social science facets of conservation.
Raza Kazmi’s fields of expertise include the wildlife history of India, conservation policy, and conservation issues in the country’s ‘Red Corridor’ landscape. His work focuses on the interplay between forest governance and Naxalism on one hand, and Adivasi rights and conservation needs on the other. His writings appear in The Hindu, The Indian Express, The Wire, Sanctuary Asia, RoundGlass Sustain, Seminar, Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, and other natural history and wildlife journals. He has also contributed essays to edited anthologies He is the recipient of the New India Foundation Fellowship for 2020 under which he will be writing a book tentatively titled “The First of the Nine: The Story of Palamau Tiger Reserve”.
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