Cynthia M. Caron Newsletters

Fellowship Years: 1994 – 1996

Fellowship Area(s): India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan

For a Cleaner and Greener Kathmandu Valley

Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon

An Introduction to Jigme Dorji National Park

Encounters in the Western Regions of Jigme Dorji National Park

Yak and Cattle Management in Jigme Dorji National Park

Festivals and Families of the Phobjikha valley

Overlapping Sanctuaries: Complementary Land Utilization Pattern among Human Beings And Black-necked Cranes (Grus nigricollis) in the Phobjikha Valley

Browsing in Thimphu’s Weekend Market

Kodaikanal: The Past Retreat. Today’s Resort. The Future Reserve?

The Palni Hills Conservation Council (PHCC)’ A Campaign to Save the Hillsides

Preparing for Fieldwork in the Simvattukkadu Parapular Watershed Region

Magic, Wind-borne Fear, and Nature’s Nerf-Ball Ethnobiology in Simvattukkadu Kombai

Simvattukadu Kombai: A Conservation Strategy in the Western Ghats and Palni Hills

Sacred Groves A Lasting Form of Forest Conservation in Coorg, Karnataka

Passwords: Breaking into Colombo’s Nature Conservation Circuit

Healing Arts, Healthy Economies? Emerging Markets for Ayurvedic Goods and Services

Participants speak: Sustainable Natural Resource Management Project from the Bottom Up

Return to Sinharaja: Protecting the Forest of the Lion King

Finger-pointing: Who’s Fault is it that Sri Lanka (Almost) Ran Out of Electricity?

Certifying Sustainability: Analog Forestry and Eco-labeling

About the Author

Assistant Professor of International Development and Social Change at Clark University. A political and environmental sociologist, she holds a Ph.D. in Development Sociology from Cornell University. Her research focuses on land and natural resource management.