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ATREE's Madhushri Mudke blogs about navigating the dense world of wildlife careers and how sometimes it’s better to blaze a trail of your own.
According to Madhushri: Ten years ago, the dilemma of finding an appropriate career in wildlife that allowed me to ‘work with wildlife’ was a daunting path to take. One begins to ruminate – ‘I love animals’, ‘I love being in the wild’ or ‘We must save wildlife and forests to combat climate change’...Read more
A scientist in the pandemic
Uma Ramakrishnan, who is part of the National Mission on Biodiversity and Human Well-Being (NMBHW), writes about the remarkable response to Covid-19 and the proactive action needed to prevent future pandemics...
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A new home for the bats
During our survey of bats in 50 temples in the Tirunelveli district, nearly 80 percent of the temples had bat colonies. Seven species of bats are found in the temples...
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Nature based solutions
With enough organic carbon present in aggregate material, constructed wetlands without plants are effective in treating secondary effluents from sewage treatment plants...
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Biological Diversity Act 2002 provides constitutional power
Successful implementation of the Biological Diversity Act 2002 is largely dependent on the understanding of the regulations and issues related to conservation and sustainable use of natural resources... 
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