Nidhi Tiwari is a grassroots environment activist who has worked extensively in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. She has experienced issues on field, worked closely with both indigenous communities and urban outdoor enthusiasts canvassing for nature and conservation issues. Believing in the medium of experiential education, she has strived to advocate conservation, nature issue through her writing; aiming that her stories transcend the written boundary to impact readers powerfully and initiate meaningful action.
Nidhi is currently volunteering with Eco-friends and writing a weekly series on Kanpur centric environment issues for Eco-friends. The same is being published by the Times of India.
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