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In this podcast, Harini talks to us about her career path, the future of the forests and how relentless the cycle of fight for nature can be.

Show Notes

Harini Nagendra is a Professor of Sustainability at Azim Premji University. Harini is an ecologist who uses methods from the natural and social sciences - satellite remote sensing, biodiversity studies, archival research, GIS, institutional analysis, and community interviews, to examine the sustainability of forests and cities in the global South. She has also been a Lead Author of the 5th IPCC Report - Working Group III. She is a recipient of numerous awards for her research, has authored two books, and over 150 peer reviewed publications, including in Nature, Nature Sustainability and Science. 

In this podcast, Harini talks to us about her career path, the future of the forests and how relentless the cycle of fight for nature can be.

Notes –
01:19 – Harini’s career arc 
14:31 – Nature nurtures cities versus urbanisation killing green pockets 
18:59 – Covid19 within the frames of climate change 
23:35 – Forests protected by state and national laws 
29:44 – Work related to satellite remote sensing and technology for biodiversity assessment 
32:40 – National Geographic Explorer experiences
34:22 – Books on Bengaluru 
40:46 – Climate change narrative 
43:05 – Call to action  

What is Terra.do - Solve #climatechange?

Terra.do is an online climate school. We teach you everything climate, connect you to an online community of changemakers and put you to work remotely on high-impact climate projects that need your unique skills.

Our podcasts are focused on climate change, sustainability, development, conservation, and many more issues focused on developing countries, starting with India.