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Issue 15

Cameras for community conservation? Rita Banerji on Green Hub

Devanshi Daga

Devanshi Daga finds out from award winning wildlife filmmaker and Founder Green Hub, Rita Banerji, how a unique fellowship programme can kickstart a dialogue in the village communities, the Green Hub fellows and alumni come from.

A unique fellowship programme where rural youth from eight Indian states of the Northeast have been training in conservation and the visual medium since 2015, comes to Madhya Pradesh’s capital city Bhopal in 2021. Devanshi Daga finds out from award winning wildlife filmmaker and Founder Green Hub, Rita Banerji, how this can kickstart a dialogue in the village communities, the Green Hub fellows and alumni come from.

Part of Issue 15 of Open Axis, which focuses on interviews with path breaking Indians responding to climate change challenges.

Video: 15 min

Devanshi Daga is a fourth year undergraduate student at Ashoka University. She has completed her major in Psychology and is currently pursuing her minor in Sociology and Media Studies.

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