Conservation without Borders

Krithi Karanth

CWS scientist Dr Krithi Karanth was interviewed on the “Conservation Without Borders” podcast by Dr Hayley Adams discussing her childhood influences, current work and driving mission to connect conservation with allies from every sphere of life. On the podcast, Dr. Karanth discussed her 19 years of scientific research and of her work on the human … Read moreConservation without Borders

Dr. Krithi Karanth interviewed on Scientific American’s ’60-Second Science’ Podcast

Dr. Krithi Karanth and the CWS program Wild Seve were featured on the Scientific American ’60-Second Science’ Podcast. Dr. Karanth talked about her experiences of working in seven states across India on human-wildlife interaction and how she used the insights gained from the same to come up with a solution which addresses a major gap … Read moreDr. Krithi Karanth interviewed on Scientific American’s ’60-Second Science’ Podcast

Dr. K. Ullas Karanth interviewed on Scientific American’s ‘Science Talk’ Podcast

Dr. K. Ullas Karanth was interviewed for the the Scientific American ‘Science Talk’ Podcast. In the podcast, Steve Mirsky speaks to Dr. Karanth about his 30-plus years of studying tigers, the exciting encounters and the path breaking methods developed and aided by his research. Conducted at the New York headquarters of the Wildlife Conservation Society and … Read moreDr. K. Ullas Karanth interviewed on Scientific American’s ‘Science Talk’ Podcast

Dr. Krithi Karanth interviewed on the BBC ‘Outlook’ Podcast

Dr. Krithi Karanth was featured on the BBC ‘Outlook’ Podcast. On the podcast, Dr. Karanth talks about her early initiation into conservation and of her first-hand experiences of the challenges of being a conservationist. Growing up with a father deeply involved in wildlife science and conservation, she didn’t realize until later how different her childhood … Read moreDr. Krithi Karanth interviewed on the BBC ‘Outlook’ Podcast