Brahminical Environmentalism and Conservation Laws in India

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In this episode of Research Radio, we have with us Sanjana Meshram and Aditya Rawat discussing conservation law in India and how it perpetuates Brahminical environmentalism. Today's discussion is based on their paper titled "Entrenching Brahminical Conservation: An Analysis of the Wild Life (Protection) Amendment Act".

Sanjana Meshram is a lawyer and heads the litigation team at the Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project, Bhopal. Aditya Rawat is a law student and an intern with the Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project, Bhopal.


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