Chandra Bhushan Kumar has been working in the Administrative services of the Indian government for the last 17 years, serving in remote locations in northeast India. He has a Masters degree in Public administration from Syracuse University and is currently pursuing his PhD with a special focus on water and megacities.

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In 1985 the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated two world heritage sites in the tiny, mountainous province of Assam in northeastern India. UNESCO had sweeping ambitions to conserve the region’s rich ecosystem of tigers, one-horned rhinos, elephants, wild buffalo, and swamp deer. The …

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