Re-Building Communities: Pathbreaking new CWS paper on resettlement published

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication lead authored by CWS Chief Conservation Scientist, Dr. Krithi K. Karanth, and co-authored by Shivangi Jain also from CWS. The paper titled “Re-building Communities: Voluntary Resettlement From Protected Areas in India” was published in the premier international journal Frontiers in Ecology and … Read moreRe-Building Communities: Pathbreaking new CWS paper on resettlement published

Innovative models utilizing tiger camera trap data will boost conservation success

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication authored by Dr. Beth Gardner from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle (USA) and co-authored by Dr. Rahel Sollman from the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology, University of California, Davis (USA); Dr. N. Samba Kumar, Dr. Devcharan … Read moreInnovative models utilizing tiger camera trap data will boost conservation success

New insights on people-park relationships near Sathyamangalam – Mudumalai Tiger Reserves in Tamil Nadu

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication authored by Dr. Krithi K. Karanth and Priya Ranganathan from the Centre for Wildlife Studies (India). The paper titled “Assessing Human–Wildlife Interactions in a Forest Settlement in Sathyamangalam and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves” was published in the international journal Tropical Conservation Science (Volume 11, Pg. 1-14). It … Read moreNew insights on people-park relationships near Sathyamangalam – Mudumalai Tiger Reserves in Tamil Nadu

Shade coffee offers important habitat for bats

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication authored by Shasank Ongole and Dr. Mahesh Sankaran from the National Centre for Biological Sciences (India) in collaboration with Dr. Krithi K. Karanth from the Centre for Wildlife Studies (India). The paper titled “Responses of aerial insectivorous bats to local and landscape-level features of coffee … Read moreShade coffee offers important habitat for bats

Dung-based methods to estimate herbivore densities need to be replaced by more robust approaches

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication authored by Dr. Farshid S. Ahrestani and co-authored by Mr. Srinivas Vaidyanathan from Foundation for Ecological Research, Advocacy and Learning (India); Dr. N. Samba Kumar, Dr. Devcharan Jathanna, and Dr. K. Ullas Karanth from Centre for Wildlife Studies (India); and Mr. Lex Hiby from Conservation Research Ltd … Read moreDung-based methods to estimate herbivore densities need to be replaced by more robust approaches

India – A high conflict, low compensation country?

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication authored by Dr. Krithi K. Karanth, Mr. Shriyam Gupta and Mr. Anubhav Vanamamalai, from the Centre for Wildlife Studies (India). The paper titled “Compensation payments, procedures and policies towards human-wildlife conflict management: Insights from India” was published in the journal Biological Conservation … Read moreIndia – A high conflict, low compensation country?

Wildlife compensation policy needs to be revised in Rajasthan

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication authored by Dr. McKenzie F. Johnson from Duke University (USA), Dr. Krithi K. Karanth from Centre for Wildlife Studies (India), and Dr. Erika Weinthal from Duke University (USA). The paper titled “Compensation as a Policy for Mitigating Human-wildlife Conflict Around Four Protected … Read moreWildlife compensation policy needs to be revised in Rajasthan

Scientists unearth hidden drivers of big cat conflict in Bandipur

We are pleased to share with you an exciting new international scientific publication authored by Dr. Jared D. Margulies from the University of Sheffield (UK) and Dr. Krithi K. Karanth from the Centre for Wildlife Studies (India). The paper titled “The production of human-wildlife conflict: A political animal geography of encounter” will be published in … Read moreScientists unearth hidden drivers of big cat conflict in Bandipur