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Wild Innovator Award 2021: Krithi first Indian and Asian woman to get the award
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Dr. Krithi K Karanth, has been chosen as the first the first Indian and Asian woman for for the 2021 ” Wild Innovator Award “.
- Krithi is the Chief Conservation Scientist and Director at Bangaluru based Centre for Wildlife Studies ( CWS ).
The award is given by the ‘ Wild ELEMENTS Foundation ‘.
The other winners are :
- Abigail Williams and Jayne Goss ( United Kingdom )
- Erika Allen and Laurell Sims ( USA )
- AnnaSophia Robb
- Rosamira Guillen ( Colombia )
- Reason Kantai Duff ( Kenya )
- Dr. Adriana Verges ( Austrlia )
- Dominique Goncalves ( Mozambique )
About WILD ELEMENTS Foundation :
- The foundation has partnered with ‘ WILD Innovators ‘ and ‘ WILD Advocates ‘.
- Identifying the interconnectedness of animal kind, human kind and plant kind is the specific approach of the foundation in addressing climate change.
- The foundation is planning to invest about $ 3 million in sustainability and conservation organizations.
- It will invest at least $ 10 million by 2030 in Sustainable Development Goals ( SDGs ).
Important takeaways of Centre for Wildlife Studies :
- Formation : 1984
- Headquarters : Bangalore, Karnataka
- Director : UllasKaranth
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