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Nature without Borders

By: Mahesh a Rangarajan(Editor), MD Madhusudan(Editor), Ghazala Shahabuddin(Editor)
Publisher: Orient BlackSwan
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Language: English

Nature without Borders explores the ways in which conservation of biodiversity can coexist with human actions and interests through a series of eight essays. These are tied together by an analytical introduction by the editors.

It seeks to supplement the dominant discourse of conservation in India, which has traditionally depended on fencing off fragments of habitats and guarding them against human encroachment. However, formally designated Protected Areas occupy a very small proportion of territory and are therefore limited in value. Nature and natural processes transcend human boundaries and cannot be contained within the borders of nature reserves.

This eclectic collection of essays explores inclusive conservation approaches in a spectrum of landscapes, from lake restoration in a metropolis to the issue of overfishing on the coastline. In the cases studied here, conservation action takes the producers' or residents' own imperatives into account along with wider ecological challenges. This method of conservation forges links with a range of actors: cultivators, herders, fishers and plantation owners, in addition to the government, the middle class and literati.


Preface and Acknowledgements
Nature without Borders: An Introduction/Mahesh Rangarajan, M D Madhusudan and Ghazala Shahabuddin

1. Trawling the Shorelines: The Ecology and Economics of Near-shore Fisheries/Aaron Lobo and Rohan Arthur
2. Restoring the Ganga for its Fauna and Fisheries/Nachiket Kelkar and Jagdish Krishnaswamy
3. Sarus Cranes, Cultivators and Conservation/KS Gopi Sundar
4. Citizen Action and Lake Restoration in Bengaluru/Harini Nagendra, Ramesh Sivaraman and S Subramanya
5.  Fight for a Forest: The Delhi Ridge/Ravi Agarwal
6. Black Sheep and Grey Wolves: Pastoralism in the Deccan/Nitya Sambamurti Ghotge and Sagari Ramdas
7.  Conservation without Fences: Project Snow Leopard/Yash Veer Bhatnagar and Charudutt Mishra
8. Wildlife Conservation in Landscapes Fragmented by Plantation Crops/Divya Mudappa, M Ananda Kumar and TR Shankar Raman


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By: Mahesh a Rangarajan(Editor), MD Madhusudan(Editor), Ghazala Shahabuddin(Editor)
Publisher: Orient BlackSwan
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