About Ranjini Murali
I am presently the conservation scientist at the Snow Leopard Trust. As a part of my role, I support research and conservation activities of the Trust across the snow leopard range. My research interests lie in understanding human-nature relationships and community governance. For my PhD, I worked on how people use, value and manage ecosystem services across the snow leopard range. I also have experience in community-based conservation. I am also a fellow on the assessment of multiple values for nature conducted by the Intergovernmental science-policy Platform on Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity (IPBES).
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Project Manager, Fundación Oso de Asturias
Assistant Chief Research Officer, National Center for Genetic Resources and Biotechnology
Environmental Resources Conservation, Initiative for Sustainable Agriculture and Ecological Restoration ( INSAER)
WildLearning Specialist, WildTeam
Student, University of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa
Candidate, WCPA Chair, IUCN
Member, SCB; IUCN-CEC ; IUCN-CEM: IUCN-WCPA
Currently unemployed, Currently Unemployed