Selected media coverage and articles

Facing the dual threat of climate change and human disturbance, Mumbai – and the world – should listen to its fishing communities, Lyla Mehta, D. Parthasary and Shibaji Bose, The Conversation (UK), October 2022

Awash in trash Mumbai’s wait for a sustainable solution to tackle plastic pollution may not be long, Firstpost, September 2022

There’s a new catch in town, and it’s not fish, The Hindu Business Line, September 2022

The ‘forgotten’ water ecosystems of Mumbai, Jai and Ketaki Bhadgaonkar, Down to Earth, September 2022

Possibilities of participatory visual research methods, Shibaji Bose, Dhaka Tribune, August 2022

Hvordan påvirker klimaendringene livsvilkårene til sårbare mennesker i utsatte områder? forskersonen.no, April 2022

India Is Working Hard To Fight Climate Change – But Is It Working Right? The Wire, April 2022

कोस्टल रोड परियोजना से जूझता कोली समुदाय (Koli community battles coastal road project), Down to Earth, March 2022

Indian megacity maps environmental memories, Deutsche Welle, March 2022

Empowering marginalised communities, BBC Storyworks (sponsored by the International Science Council), November 2021

Quest for survival or to the claws of death? Dhaka Tribune, October 2021

Sunderbans puts high hopes on salt tolerant varieties of paddy, The Hindu, July 2021

Where getting drinkable water is an everyday struggle, Dhaka Tribune, June 2021

How people are learning disaster preparedness through a traditional folk art, Dhaka Tribune, June 2021