In the eight edition of NLS Bangalore’s Journal on Environmental Law Policy and Development, Anvita Dulluri and Mridhu Tandon authored a chapter on ‘A Sustainable Case for Oil Palm Cultivation in India’.
About the Authors
Anvita was an Associate Fellow under the Climate and Ecosystems team at Vidhi. Anvita holds a master’s in environmental sciences from the University of Cologne, Germany and a bachelor’s degree in law from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
Mridhu was a Research Fellow with the Climate and Ecosystems team at Vidhi. Before joining Vidhi, she has worked at Legal Initiative for Forest and Environment (LIFE), New Delhi and at Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and Environment (ATREE), Bangalore. In between, she also volunteered for Conservation International, USA, and pursued an academic project with Prerna Singh Bindra, former member of the Standing Committee of National Board for Wildlife. She has also worked on Implementation of India's Biological Diversity Act, Assessment of Forest and Wildlife Clearances, Sensitization of Forest Department on Forest Rights Act, and Conservation and Sustainable Use of Wetlands and Grasslands. Mridhu holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College for Women and a Master's degree in Environmental Economics from TERI University. She enjoys spending her free time either reading world history books or drawing and painting.
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