Tanmoy Bhaduri has been an independent journalist and photographer for more than five years, covering under-reported issues on human trafficking, women and children's rights, climate change, land rights, conflicts and natural disaster. He has excellent reporting and interviewing skills and experience in writing and reporting across a variety of platforms, including print, television, online and social media.
His work has appeared in international publications such as Science, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, Sky News, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Foreign Policy, Aljazeera, Global Citizen, Huffington Post, Mongabay among others. He is also the recipient of Asian Enviromental Journalism Award in 2019.
Currently he focuses on rising cases of man-animal conflicts, forest rights and impact of climate change on indigenous communities in Northeast India. He resides in Kolkata, India and is a member of Earth Journalism Network.
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