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  • Items where Author is "Dhanwatey, Harshawardhan " - ePrints@ATREE
    ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Jump to Article Number of items 1 Article Vaidyanathan Srinivas and Krishnaswamy Jagdish and Samba Kumar N and Dhanwatey Harshawardhan and Dhanwatey Poonam and Ullas Karanth K 2010 Patterns of tropical forest dynamics and human impacts Views from above and below the canopy Biological Conservation 143

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  • Items where Author is "Dhanwatey, Poonam " - ePrints@ATREE
    ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Jump to Article Number of items 1 Article Vaidyanathan Srinivas and Krishnaswamy Jagdish and Samba Kumar N and Dhanwatey Harshawardhan and Dhanwatey Poonam and Ullas Karanth K 2010 Patterns of tropical forest dynamics and human impacts Views from above and below the canopy Biological Conservation 143

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  • Items where Author is "Dharma Rajan, Priyadarsanan " - ePrints@ATREE
    RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Jump to Article Number of items 1 Article Remadevi O K and Sasidharan T O and Bhattacharya Jayeeta and Vossbrinck Charles R and Dharma Rajan Priyadarsanan 2010 Some pathological effects and transmission potential of a microsporidian isolate Nosema sp from the teak defoliator Hyblaea puera Lepidoptera Hyblaeidae International Journal of

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  • Items where Author is "Eswar, Meghana " - ePrints@ATREE
    OpenURL ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Item Type No Grouping Jump to Monograph Number of items 1 Monograph Lele Sharachchandra and Srinivasan Veena and Jamwal Priyanka and Thomas Bejoy K and Eswar Meghana and Zuhail T Md 2013 Water Management in Arkavathy basin a situation analysis Discussion Paper Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and

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  • Items where Year is 2015 - ePrints@ATREE
    Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Jump to Monograph Number of items 2 Monograph Devy Soubadra M and Rattan Sanjay and T Ganesh and M B Prashanth and jesudasan Allwin and Goswami Rajkamal 2015 Sustainable Green Religious Tourism Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve An emerging model with multi stakeholder engagement Project Report ATREE Bangalore Submitted Lele Sharachchandra and Ramanujam R Venkat and Rai Jeetesh 2015 Co operative procurement and marketing of

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  • Items where Year is 2015 - ePrints@ATREE
    2 0 Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Number of items 2 Devy Soubadra M and Rattan Sanjay and T Ganesh and M B Prashanth and jesudasan Allwin and Goswami Rajkamal 2015 Sustainable Green Religious Tourism Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve An emerging model with multi stakeholder engagement Project Report ATREE Bangalore Submitted Lele Sharachchandra and Ramanujam R Venkat and Rai Jeetesh 2015 Co operative procurement and marketing of tendu leaves

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  • Sustainable Green Religious Tourism, Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve: An emerging model with multi-stakeholder engagement - ePrints@ATREE
    national pilgrims It is estimated to attract not less 8 10 lakh people annually2 A project to meet the clause on Religious tourism indicated by NTCA guidelines was perceived and jointly implemented by ATREE and ARC in association with the Forest Department for Ranthambhore Tiger reserve along with local conservation and community NGO partners Tiger Watch and Prakratik Society The model comprised co management of regulating the festival impact It involved multiple stakeholders including the Forest department assisted by local district administration wherever necessary Trinethra Ganesh Temple Trust Conservation organizations such as Tiger Watch World Wildlife Fund Ranthambhore Foundation and community NGOs under the flagship of Prakratik Society namely Bhu Premi Parivaar Kids for Tigers Ranthambhore Art Wildlife Conservation Society RAWCS Dalit Vikas Sahayata Samithi etc see Appendix 2 for list of participating stakeholders The Outreach component had some of these multiple stakeholders formulating various components of a Green Ganesha Clean Ganesha GG CG campaign to target various audiences A popular theme song of the campaign announcing the ban on plastics and associated penalty was composed in the local dialect a mobile tableau with the theme song banners posters and pamphlets espousing religious beliefs supporting nature conservation spread the message in Sawai Madhopur town and many nearby villages Awareness and education banners posters signature campaigns appeals by the Temple trust talks with educational institutions community organizations were undertaken a month prior to the festival A major intervention component this year was frisking and replacement of polythene bags by cloth bags by community volunteers with the help from the Ranthambhore Forest Department The cloth bags were tailored by under privileged women groups which emerged as a social spin off to the entire effort The model had a monitoring component of which assessment of pilgrim flow garbage generation pre and post festival

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  • Co-operative procurement and marketing of tendu leaves in Madhya Pradesh: Image and reality. - ePrints@ATREE
    India with an estimated 10 27 crore people involved in it The leaf of tendu Diospyros melanoxylon which is used to roll beedis Indian cigarettes is one of the most socially and economically important NTFPs Its collection provides employment to at least 75 lakh leaf pluckers largely in central India Madhya Pradesh produces the largest volume of tendu leaf in the country accounting for more than 25 of the national production All central Indian states have nationalized tendu leaves in order to control its trade and ostensibly follow policies to enhance incomes for tendu leaf pluckers After the passing of the Panchayats Extension to Scheduled Areas Act PESA in 1996 and the Forest Rights Act FRA 2006 the states are under pressure to transfer rights over tendu leaf and all other NTFPs to forest dwellers But no practical approach has been worked out for this transition The MP and Chhattisgarh model in which a three tiered federation of co operatives procures and markets tendu leaf has been lauded by various committees as being the best approach to enhancing forest dweller incomes and assuring their rights and coming closest to the soul and spirit of the PESA The MP government claims that it has transferred ownership of NTFPs to Gram Sabhas through this model There are however no systematic assessments of this model after 1998 This report presents the results of a study of tendu leaf procurement and marketing in Madhya Pradesh during 2010 12 The objective of the study was to understand how well the MP model has worked along different dimensions and the factors influencing these outcomes so as to inform the debate on future policy regarding NTFP procurement and marketing in light of the PESA and FRA Item Type Monograph Discussion Paper Additional Information Copyright of this article

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