Vijaylakshmi Suman

Junior Research Assistant, CUES

Vijaylakshmi completed her M.A in Environment and Development from the School of Human Ecology, Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD). Ever since, she has been specifically interested in Restoration Ecology, and also completed a dissertation on the restoration and recreation of the Dheerpur wetlands in the Yamuna floodplains of Delhi, by focusing on ecological and social referencing. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Human Ecology from AUD.

Contributions to CUES Blog:

Earth Day: Its Significance Amidst the Pandemic

Urban Wetland and its Importance

Defining ‘Urban Greenspace’

Management of Urban Commons Through the Social-Ecological System Framework

Locust in the City

Nature Through a Shifting Lens

What’s in the Name?

Flying High to Flying Feral

Covid-19: A Long Pending Break for Nature?

The Last Migration

Alternate Urbn Infrastructure

Wetland Restoration Through A Cultural Approach

A Bird’s Eye View

Rising Garbage Mounds Galore

Savings the Remnants

Role of Citizen Science in Ecological Restoration

Implications of New Wetland Rules 2016

Can you tell…?

Ecology and City or Ecology in City

House Sparrows and significance of Urban Green Space

Referencing is central to Ecological Restoration?

Two Sides of Flood

Does inclusion of people in Ecological Restoration Need a New Kind of Language?

To Restore or not to Restore!

Water is the New Gold

Role of History in Restoration Ecology Amidst Environmental Change

Soil Inoculation as Steering tool for Restoration Process

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