Conflict to Coadaptation - The Spectrum of Coexistence, and the Story of The Great Elephant Migration. By Dr. Tarsh Thekaekara. Join the Great Elephant Migration
Conflict to Coadaptation - The Spectrum of Coexistence, and the Story of The Great Elephant Migration.
By Dr. Tarsh Thekaekara.
Join the Great Elephant Migration in Bengaluru!
100 lantana elephants will travel through Bengaluru's iconic Lalbagh from 3rd February to 3rd March 2024, captivating the city. Smaller herds will also be traversing through tech parks, government offices, metro stations, lakes, and various green spaces across the city.
You can also look forward to:
1. 50+ talks/ discussions on conservation and environment-related topics from various experts
2. Nature Trails
4. Street plays
5. Exciting and informative Floor games and a lot more.
Don’t miss their journey! Click here to read more about the project.
Discover all the details about locations, events, and lots more at https://www.coexistenceconsortium.com
Courtyard Koota is proud to bring Dr. Tarsh and a couple of these magnificent Elephants to Malhar. The Elephants will be on display at Tarana between 15th and 28th Feb, 2024. Dr. Tarsh will speak to us on the 24th Feb, 2024 followed by a Q and A.
WE ARE FULL HOUSE FOR THIS EVENT AND ARE NOT ACCEPTING ANYMORE RSVPs.
Dr. Tarsh Thekaekara
MSc, University of Oxford. PhD, British Open University/Oxford University
I am a researcher-conservationist interested in more human inclusive models of nature conservation. I co-founded The Shola Trust in 2008, The Real Elephant Collective (a social enterprise) in 2015, and am an Associate Professor at the Centre for Human-Wildlife Coexistence, Transdisciplinary University. My area of research and intervention include work on Lantana camara, primarily looking at how communities can use the invasive plant in various ways. I am also particularly interested in how people and elephants share space, and finding ways to minimise negative interactions. Most of my work is in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve (across Tamilnadu, Kerala and Karnataka), but I'm also keen on promoting human-wildlife coexistence at more national and global scales.