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Western Ghats symbol of bio-diversity: Nilekani

Climate & Biodiversity | Sep 29, 2005

The Western Ghats is a symbol of unique bio-diversity, said Nandan Nilekani, CEO of Infosys, at the release o f ‘Sahyadris: India’s Western Ghats – A Vanishing Tradition’ authored by Sandesh Kadur
here on Wednesday.
The book was supported and produced by Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) and Kamaljit Bawa, professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and founder of ATREE.

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