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Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2017

Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2017 Photo Credit: Jeevan, Courtsey Pixabay

The distinctive richness of the Eastern Himalayas can be attributed to its colorful biodiversity, numerous niche ecosystems, and vibrant communities. Understanding the dynamics, structure, and functioning of these systems adds an enormous complexity to not only their conservation and restoration, but also in engaging stakeholders and finding innovative long-term solutions.

Sonam Wangdi, Elephant Talk 2015

Need both the countries to work together to protect habitats and species along the Indo-Bhutan border areas.

Dr. Varun Goswami, Elephant Talk 2015

Science can help in better understanding of landscape specific issues and to prioritize areas for mitigation.

R. K. Srivastava, Elephant Talk 2015

Strategies like trans-boundary coordination will help in elephant conservation.

Honouring Global Legends: Parbati Barua, Queen of Elephants, Assam

Parbati Barua, Queen of Elephants, Assam

Parbati Baruah affectionately known as The Queen of Elephants, is the daughter of the legendary Prakhitish Chandra Baruah (Lalji) known for his knowledge and passion for elephants.

Honouring Global Legends: Priyanka Yoshikawa, Miss World Japan, 2016

Priyanka Yoshikawa, Miss World Japan, 2016

Eastern Himalayan Elephant Princess, Priyanka Yoshikawa is the winner of the coveted Miss World Japan, 2016 title. A half Indian and a half Japanese, Priyanka represents the bio cultural heritage of both Japan and India.

Honouring Global Legends: Khun Sivaporn Dardarananda

hun Sivaporn Dardarananda is a Secretary General of Elephant Reintroduction Foundation

Khun Sivaporn Dardarananda is a Secretary General of Elephant Reintroduction Foundation. Taking forward the vision of her Majesty Queen Sirikit, Khun Sivaporn Dardarananda has under his leadership and team of researchers, scientist, rangers and veterinarians successfully reintroduced captive elephants into the wild in Thailand.

This Assamese Man’s Tea Estates Are the World’s First Elephant-Friendly Ones

Plucking tea in a tea garden of Assam

Located in the Baksha district of Assam, the two farms of Tenzing Bodosa have received the certification for their conscious effort towards elephant conservation in the region.

Tea is the most consumed drink in the world after water. Originating from China, tea has become the preferred choice of drink in the past 2000 years and is loved by folks worldwide.

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