An annual one-day event that follows the theme ‘Global Challenges, Local Solutions’, bringing together scientists, NGOs, government officials, industry leaders, environmental startups, journalists, artists, students and citizens passionate about driving environmental change.
Instituted in 2004, the T N Khoshoo Memorial Award honours the legacy of environmental scientist Triloki Nath Khoshoo and is bestowed on academics or practitioners who have had an impact in the fields of environment, conservation or development.
A series of talks that take place in the ATREE auditorium featuring researchers, academicians and educators from across various domains, showcasing their research to teach, inform and inspire.
A periodic event to showcase contemporary voices in documentaries pertaining to the environment and conservation. The aim is to foster an ecosystem for new and diverse narratives to facilitate the exchange of ideas and collaborations on issues and challenges related to nature and conservation.
Biodiversity walks organised at different locations around Bangalore, led by researchers and subject experts from ATREE. These walks are a platform to engage with a wider audience, including children, to raise awareness about the flora and fauna around us.
The ATREE Work Seminar brings together researchers, staff and students working across the country to showcase their work at ATREE. This is through talks, poster presentations, field diaries, photo exhibits, installations and faculty interactions.
Vembanad fish count: An annual citizen science project that aims to document, identify and analyse the fish diversity of the Vembanad Lake. The survey is conducted with the fisher community of the region and is volunteer-driven.
A flagship waterbird counting project, conducted annually each January, a unique initiative that involves citizens of the landscape.