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Section personnelle
Kedar
Gore
Marathi
Anglais, Hindi
Mitigating human wildlife conflict, conservation education, ecological research, policy level issues
+91 98202 31239
Section professionnelle
The Corbett Foundation
Section Interactions Homme - Faune sauvage

Developing resource material to reduce/prevent/mitigate human wildlife conflict issues in India

visualising, communication, education

As a team member:
1. developed a manual and poster to reduce human-bear conflict,
2. developed poster to prevent hunting of Amur Falcons in Manipur,
3. providing immediate interim cash compensation to livestock owners, who have suffered depredation by tigers and leopards,
4. fencing of open wells to prevent animal deaths/accidents,
5. creation of predator-proof cattle shed fencing,
6. promotion of energy-efficient cook stoves to reduce firewood dependency,
7. promotion of biogas to reduce firewood dependency,
8. organic farming to help conservation of Great Indian BUstard and other grassland fauna,
9. board game with wildlife conservation theme for school students, and
10. solar-powered fencing to prevent crop raiding by wild elephants

Member, IUCN Commission for Education and Communication
Member, IUCN SSC Bustard Specialist Group
Member, IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas, South Asia
Member, Indian National Committee of IUCN
Stakeholder Member, Indian Business and Biodiversity Initiative, Confederation of Indian Industry
Conservation Fellow, Born Free Foundation, UK
Member, Standard Development Group (Eco-tourism) of the Network for Certification and Conservation of Forests

1. The Last Call to Save Indian Bustard in Kutch, Gujarat, India
2. Demography, perception and impact of traditional pastoralists (Van Gujjars) on biotic resources of Corbett Tiger Reserve and the adjoining forest divisions
3. Characteristics of human - sloth bear (Melursus ursinus) encounters and the resulting human casualties in the Kanha Pench corridor, Madhya Pradesh, India
4. Averting the extinction of bustards in Asia
5. Dispersal routes of tigers and other wildlife in the buffer zone of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Conservationists, Education and Communication Expert

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