Completed Projects

Delineating linkages between ecosystem services and livelihoods

The vast rolling plains stretching east all the way to the Bay of Bengal, from the foothills of the Western Ghats of Tirunelveli district comprises of hot and arid grasslands. Over the years, this landscape has shrunk because it is considered a wasteland and thereby easing its conversion into residential plots, industrial areas, tree plantations or paddy farms. These grasslands can be conserved by strengthening local communities to protecting their grazing areas with governmental support.

Human-wildlife interactions in Darjeeling-Sikkim Himalaya

Human beings, in their environment, have always been interacting with wildlife. These interactions are in the form of coexistence, subsistence, and recreation, or are bio-cultural in nature.

A political ecology of the green economy in the global south

This project investigates green governmentality in ecotourism, carbon forestry, and climate-smart agriculture in selected cases from East Africa and India.

Migrating grassland raptors: population change in harriers across space and time

Harriers are migratory raptors that roost on the ground in large numbers in tall grasslands.