Hi, I am Shubhobroto Ghosh, Wildlife Projects Manager for Animals in the Wild, World Animal Protection, India
Shubhobroto Ghosh is the author of the Indian Zoo Inquiry and the book, ‘Dreaming In Calcutta and Channel Islands.’ A journalist by training, he has had his writings published in many national and international publications, including the New York Times, the Hindu and BBC. He has been associated with a number of animal protection organizations, including Born Free Foundation, Zoocheck Canada, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and TRAFFIC/WWF India. He looks after research and technical issues involved in the Wildlife Not Entertainers campaign in World Animal Protection in India.
Can the Cheetah thrive in today’s India?
After the extinction of the animal caused by unrelenting hunting and habitat destruction in this country, plans have been prepared to reintroduce the animal in...
Zoos : preserves or prisons?
A recent incident of a man climbing into the enclosure of a lion in Delhi Zoo in October 2019, gave me some cause for reflection, as did watching a...
Endangerment from marine debris
Around 8.8 million metric tonnes of plastic waste are dumped in the world’s oceans every year.
All that glitters is not kind
Did you know that silk production entails a level of monstrosity and barbarity that would make any sensitive person blanch?
Orangutans and their habitat
All species of Orangutans are considered to be critically endangered, which means they are facing a high probability of extinction without adequate protection.