Sanctuary Asia


The Sanctuary Nature Foundation’s flagship Sanctuary Asia magazine founded and edited by Bittu Sahgal has been in continuous publication since 1981 and remains India's leading and best-loved magazine in its genre. Browse through select articles from our past issues.
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Book Review: The Ministry For The...
Bhavya Iyer reviews The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson.

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Book Review: Black-necked Crane:...
Shatakshi Gawade review Black-necked Crane General Biology, Habitat, Migration & Conservation by Pankaj Chandan and Asad Rafi Rahmani.

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The Story of India’s Cheetahs
Shatakshi Gawade review: The Story of India’s Cheetahs by Divyabhanusinh.

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The Sanctuary Papers - October 20...
Sanctuary Papers Oddments of natural history with a smattering of scientific discoveries thrown in for good measure.

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Africa’s Cross-Border Conservatio...
The Peace Parks Foundation has worked to establish trans-boundary conservation areas in southern Africa, connecting wildlife corridors while also stimulating.

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Rewilding What Has Always Been Wi...
In Sri Lanka, ‘wilderness’ is not divorced from humans. Ian Lockwood talks about the many restoration projects on the island nation.

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Can Rewilding Save The Paris Agre...
“No more global warming, if we unite to restore forests and ecosystems.” Shailendra Yashwant writes about the potential for rewilding as a global solution.

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Let Rivers Flow Free: The Case Fo...
A global movement to rewild dams and restore riparian habitats is growing. Bhavya Iyer makes the case for India to adapt and take on the challenge.

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Rest In Peace: Aditya Dicky Singh...
Remembering Aditya ‘Dicky’ Singh of Ranthambhore Bittu Sahgal, Editor, Sanctuary Asia, pens a tribute to a friend and compatriot who died too soon.

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Not An Option - A Survival Impera...
Greenhouse gas emissions are not slowing fast enough. The target of reducing emissions by 2030 is slipping away. Young people want less talk and more action.

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The False Ashoka Complacency (and...
There’s a deluge of mindless tree-planting raging through India. But ecological restoration of different biomes offers comprehensive, nature-based solutions.

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The Power Of Rewilding Is In Both...
Vance Martin and Tom Butler discuss the principles of rewilding as laid down in the Global Charter for Rewilding the Earth.

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