Online Chat on “Responsible Tourism – Way Forward to Conservation?”

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Treepie in Ranthambore National Park

Feeding the Rufous Treepie is a common practice inside the Ranthambore National Park even as feeding any kind of animals is prohibited. The Park Management is not too strict about this as they think for most of the disappointed tourists who could not get to see the tiger, at least this could be something they can take back.

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The Indian Wildlife Club in an attempt to spread the message of conservation & environment education organises an online chat session every month – moderated by a chosen personality from a chosen field. This free wheeling chat is an opportunity to get first hand knowledge on various topics of interest to wildlife and nature lovers.

The chat room opens for one hour on the 18th of every month between 7.30 PM (IST) and 8.30 PM (IST).

Click here to read transripts of earlier chat sessions.

This month’s topic for chat is “Responsible Tourism- Way forward to conservation?” and will be moderated by Punit Saran, Owner of Kanha Village Camp, Madhya Pradesh.

Date: 18th September, 2010
Time: 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm (IST)
Venue: Virtual

Participation requires registration which is free for ordinary members.

For any further queries, please contact:

Dr. Susan Sharma
susan_sharma(at)hotmail.com

Aastha Kukreti

Aastha Kukreti holds a Master’s degree in Environment Management and her areas of expertise range from waste management, pollution ecology, green audits, ecofeminism, environmental equity and social justice.

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