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Radhika works as a project assistant to support with coordination and management of the Keystone Dialogues Project at the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
Radhika holds a Master’s of Science from the Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development programme from the Stockholm Resilience Centre. For her thesis she studied local to global scale interactions occurring from development interventions affecting the food systems of remote Himalayan villages in India.
She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in design communication from the Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore, where her work focused on communicating scientific knowledge about the Anthropocene through visual interactive media. During this time, she also created a model platform of collaborations between environmental scientists and visual designers to create awareness about Singapore’s local wildlife.
Between the period of her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, Radhika has conducted extensive fieldwork in different parts of India through various volunteering projects based in the Ranthambhore National Park, the Andaman and Nicobar islands and around the Kangchenjunga National park in Sikkim.
Radhika is deeply interested in understanding sustainability and equity issues around forest-based community landscapes. She is also very keen on developing cross-scale collaborations between different knowledge holders.
Radhika has created a digital interactive timeline about the Anthropocene during her Bachelor’s degree, which eventually brought her in touch with social-ecological systems and the Stockholm Resilience Centre
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