Coexistence in Practice

As conservationists, we aim to conserve forests so that wildlife may have suitable habitat for existence. Yet, forests are not a static entity and may change through time due to climate, fire, herbivory and human action, and these changes may occur at very long time periods. The forest we are seeing today may be fairly recent, and the wildlife we see in the forests today may reflect the forest composition of the past. This makes it difficult to understand what “forest” should be conserved for wildlife.

Using Central India as a case study, in this talk, Meghna Agarwala will explore this relationship between forests, climate, and human impact.

Meeting Details : 14th March at 5pm
Zoom Link: Launch Meeting - Zoom

Meeting ID: 886 6941 5071
Passcode: 895334