Sustaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem 5 Services in the Hindu Kush Himalaya, The Hindu Kush Himalaya Assessment
Honey and Gooseberry-Non-timber forest products: economic valuation and conservation challenges. In: Economic valuation of potential Bioresources for Access and Benefit Sharing. , Economic valuation of bio-resources from select ecosystems.
Changing Natures: a democratic and dynamic approach to biodiversity conservation. In Kothari. A. and Joy, K. J. (Eds.), , Alternative Futures: India Unshackled, AuthorsUpFront, New Delhi.
For the environment, against conservation: Conflict between renewable energy and biodiversity protection in India., In S. Bhagwat (Ed.), Conservation and Development in India: Reimagining Wilderness. Oxford: Routledge.
Prioritizing native plant species for eco-restoration of degraded wildlife corridor in dry tropical forest of south India. , In Shibata, A. (Eds.), Vegetation. Intech Publishers, Croatia. Pages, 101-127.
Synergistic Impacts of Invasive Alien Species and Climate Change: Implications for Biodiversity Conservation , Implications for Biodiversity Conservation Pp 212-229. In: JR Bhatt, A.A. Das, and K. Shanker (eds.). Biodiversity and Climate Change: An Indian Perspective. New Delhi, India: Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India.
Remediation of Contaminated Urban Streams: A Decentralized Ecological Wastewater Treatment Approach, Water Remediation, PP 29-41, Springer, Singapore.
Managing river basins: Re-examining the biophysical basis, India’s Water Futures
Power, inequality and rights: A political ecology of forest restoration. In Mansourian, S. and Parrotta, J. (eds) , Forest Landscape Restoration Integrated Approaches to Support Effective Implementation. Routledge. Pages 47-62.
Transcending boundaries. Reflecting on twenty years of action and research at ATREE. ATREE, Bangalore,