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Rewilding- India’s Experiments in Saving Nature

Nominated | Book Awards 2020 | English Non-fiction

Rewilding- India’s Experiments in Saving Nature

Full Title: Rewilding- India's Experiments in Saving Nature

Author: Bahar Dutt
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Award Category: English Non-fiction
About the Book: 

News about the environment doesn’t always have to be bad. Award-winning environment journalist Bahar Dutt presents an account of her travels around India documenting and investigating efforts to restore nature. She comes across a battery of people—scientists, fishermen, and government officers who are turning the tide to save species and forests. On her journey the author gets to admire the grandeur of one horned rhinoceros up-close, observe the eggs of the Mahseer fish, shining like diamonds, walk in the footsteps of turtles hatched in riverside incubatories.
Efforts to restore nature are not just about planting trees, sometimes it’s about uprooting them and planting grasslands. These and many such contradictions make conservation an ever exciting yet perilous journey.

About the Author: 

Bahar Dutt is a conservation biologist and an award-winning environmental journalist who has reported on some of the most pressing issues of our times.


‘An important and beautifully written book.’ —Jane Goodall, primatologist and UN Messenger of Peace

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