Sanctuary Asia

The Sanctuary Nature Foundation’s flagship Sanctuary Asia magazine founded and edited by Bittu Sahgal has been in continuous publication since 1981 and remains India's leading and best-loved magazine in its genre. Browse through select articles from our past issues.
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Conservation Meets Technology
Shashank Srinivasan, cartographer, drone pilot, and conservation technologist, elaborates on how technology can aid conservation, if used right.

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Singalila's Red Pandas
Follow Reva Duraphe as she travels to these lush forests in West Bengal.

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The Conscious SCUBA Diver
Karan Deshpande and Nupur Kale on how to SCUBA dive without disturbing the ocean and its corals.

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Building Environmental Narratives...
In the run-up to the second edition of the All Things Environmental Film Festival, Sanctuary’s Cara Tejpal converses with Kunal Khanna, founder.

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Everything Old is New Again
How post a Master’s degree in fashion, Sara Mahdi found her true calling in conservation.

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Meet Shashank Srinivasan
GREEN PEEPS THE CUB INTERVIEW Meet Shashank Srinivasan, 35, cartographer, drone pilot, conservation technologist and founder, Technology for Wildlife.

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Spilling the Tea: Life and Wildli...
Anish Paul, Nitish Kumar and Trisa Bhattacherjee highlight the social and environmental concerns in North Bengal's tea estates.

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Backstories of the Wild
Wildlife biologist Aneesh Ramakrishnan recalls his youth in the rich forests of northern Kerala, scooping up killifish fries, following a painted bat and more.

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"Conservation is 90 per cent Comm...
Scientist, conservationist and writer, Sanjay Gubbi has merged wildlife biology, community outreach and natural history in his work in the Karnataka landscape.

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Conservation in East Central Indi...
Raza Kazmi writes about the complex question of the state of wildlife in the East-Central Indian landscape the role of indigenous communities in it.

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"Unscientific and Illogical": Chh...
The Chhattisgarh Forest Department's latest proposal to feed wild elephants paddy to control conflict has met with heavy criticism from wildlife experts.

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Hiding in Plain Sight
Dr. K.S. Seshadri discovers a frog that was once thought to be an insect in laterite rocks near Udupi.

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