Eco-intelligent’s mission is to be a resource for environmental education and discourse. This is an endeavor to make the world ecologically intelligent or as well call it, “Eco-intelligent”. We aim to grow into one of the biggest environment blogs in India.
What you can find here
The blog covers topics on Climate Change, Natural Resources Management, Disaster Management, Environmental Law and Policy, Ecology, and more.
The content is a combination of thought-provoking opinion pieces, easy-to-understand educational material, clear concepts, news updates and interesting phenomena in the natural world.
The blog had modest beginnings. In September 2015, it began as a simple collection of letters addressed to the world on the gross environmental degradation occurring in the world. In September 2016, as Saurab (see below) entered into university for a Master’s degree in Environment Management, the blog turned into a collection of additional course material that could be of use to his classmates as well as the general environmental science student population of India and the world. As the audience and appreciation grew, the blog evolved to encompass various different topics, popular and niche, in environmental science.
Our Writers and Contributors
Saurab Babu is the founder and chief editor of Eco-intelligent. Presently, he works as a consultant, specializing in project designing and resource mobilization in the field of Natural Resources Management (NRM). He is a firm believer of environmental pragmatism, hoping to support initiatives that foster economic growth with environmental sustainability. He is extremely content with spending the entire day sitting with a good book and some dark chocolate.
Priyadarshan Pandey– Not a regular blogger, Priyadarshan agreed to do a series of posts on water for me as a special favor. He is known for hit wit and humor. He is also very knowledgeable in aspects related to the environment. His other passions include football; Priyadarshan is a huge Barcelona fan.
Nidhi Singh is a blogger who writes on a variety of things on her blog, Brown Little Sparrow. She is also an environmentalist, with a Master’s in Environment Management. Nidhi contributes to this blog in areas of water, disaster management, biodiversity and climate change.