Introducing myself and my journal: Musings from my life
I have been a journalist for over a decade.
In the last seven years, I have been keen on writing about development and environmental issues.
I have written various stories on agriculture, travel, birds, climate change, conservation, water, to name some.
The thought more came from a thinking since childhood on how the world would be if there were no forests or nature.
I love bird watching and it gives me a lot of peace of mind and happiness. I have penned a small book on watching birds in backyard and I hope and wish enthusiastic bird lovers would do this as well!
I also collaborate and network with a host of people interested in reaching out to create awareness and education on environment to children. I engaged in an environmental awareness and education programme in 2013 with Sanctuary Asia by screening a film Save our Sholas to 11,000 school children across 19 schools in Chennai. I also took the children for an education programme to the Madras Crocodile Bank.
In 2013, I was a South Asia Climate Change Reporting Fellow of the DW Akademie, Germany.
This year, in 2014, I was one of the participants who attended the journalists workshop on water and energy at UN University Tokyo.
I have travelled a lot to rural India to witness how technology is impacting a change in the lives of people, not just economically, but socially as well.
I love writing stories that are more on the ground community than higher level policy planning.
I love writing and dabble in creative writing. I have published a few short stories and travel stories in books.
Writing, Stitching, Travelling, Music, Reading, Bird Watching
To bring people together for solution oriented goals on forest protection
My Vision for the Future:
To see a greener world
My Areas of Expertise:
writing, journalism, interviewing, public speaking, working at grassroot