For co-existence, (bio)diversity and justice in conservation

Revati Pandya

Revati is a researcher and practitioner interested in community dynamics, intersectionality and political dimensions of conservation. She has worked in natural resource and protected area contexts, supporting forest dwellers’ rights to forest resources and access to protected area governance. Revati is currently faculty at the School of Development at Azim Premji University in Bengaluru, India. In her doctoral degree from Wageningen University, Netherlands, she examined local engagement with forms of (eco)tourism at Corbett Tiger Reserve, India, employing an intersectional feminist political ecology lens.