|2021||Kottillil, S. 2021. Looking beyond the obvious: the need to conserve genetic diversity in our oceans. The Bastion.
|2021||Gupta, T. and Bansal, M. 2021. Catch as Catch Can. The Caravan.
|2020||Shanker, K. 2020. The Zen of Diving. RoundGlass Sustain.
|2020||Kottillil, S. 2020. Understanding biology for better conservation and management of sharks and rays. The Bastion.
|2020||Shanker, K. 2020. How can we get scientists out of their ivory towers and democratise science? The Scroll.
|2020||Gupta, T. and Bansal, M. 2020. Hook, line and sinker: Malwan’s fisherwomen. PARI.
|2020||Raj, A. 2020. Re-imagining the fisheries development paradigm: Perspectives from the Lakshadweep. The Bastion.
|2020||Raj, A. 2020. ലക്ഷദ്വീപിലെ ചൂരക്കഥകള് – അജിത് രാജ്. Muziriz Post.
|2020||Fousiya, CK. and Gawde, P. 2020. Valuing a hidden octopus fishery in the Lakshadweep. The Bastion.
|2020||Mondal, M. 2020. On the Road: Tracing the current patterns of fishworkers’ migration in India. The Bastion.
|2020||Shanker, K. and Oommen, M.A. 2020. Before we blame forest dwellers for poaching during the pandemic we must recognize our own hypocrisy. The Hindu.
|2020||Gupta, T. 2020. From Predators to Prey: The disappearance of sharks from Indian Waters. The Bastion.
|2020||Mondal, M. 2020. On the Road: Unravelling the legacy of migration from fishing villages amidst Covid 19 . The Bastion.
|2020||Shanker, K. 2020. A good decade for wildlife. Fountain Ink.
|2020||Shanker, K. 2020. Archana Bali: Conservation’s most winsome warrior. Current Conservation
|2020||Shanker, K. and A. Bali. 2020. Throwing shade at the wrong tree. Current Conservation
|2020||Shanker, K. 2020. A half century of sea turtle conservation in India. RoundGlass Sustain.
|2020||Shanker, K. 2020. Island fever: A lifelong obsession with the Andaman and Nicobar Islads. RoundGlass Sustain.|
|2020||Shanker, K. 2020. The blue mountains: love and longing for the shola grasslands. RoundGlass Sustain.|
|2020||Khot, I. and Srinivasan, K. 2020. Trapped between lockdown and mega development plans, India’s fishworkers left to fend for themselves. Scroll.|
|2020||Das, B.S. 2020. The Shore Scene: How Coastal Regulation Zones Can Help India’s Fishers Reclaim Coastal Commons. The Bastion.|
|2020||Venugopal, V. 2020. The Shore Scene: The Heavy Toll of COVID-19 on India’s Fishers. The Bastion.|
|2020||Bansal, M. and Gupta, T. 2020. Treasure or Trash? When Unwanted Fish Sustain Livelihoods. RoundGlass Sustain.|
|2019||Jojan, A. and Venugopal, V. 2019. Biodiversity Act : Draft ABS Guidelines Helps Businesses By Diluting Sharing Of Benefits With Local Communities. Live Law.|
|2019||Shanker, K. 2019. Sensing Change: How Sound, Light and Smell Can Affect Plants and Animals. The Wire.|
|2019||Jaini, M. 2019. Of lobsters, larvae, trials and tribulations. Current Conservation.|
|2019||Byravan, S. and A. Sridhar. 2019. Buried in the sands. The Hindu.|
|2019||Jaini, M. 2019. The Lesser-known Lobster Fisheries of the Andaman Islands. The Lobster Newsletter.|
|2019||Sridhar, A. 2019. The privacy of environmental crimes. Moneycontrol.com.|
|2019||Shanker, K. 2019. Turtles, torches, naps on a beach: The life of a nocturnal ecologist. The Mint.|
|2018||Muralidharan, M. and K. Shanker. 2018. Crocodiles need management not PR. The Wire.|
|2018||Shanker, K. 2018. Science meets journalism: from balled fists to handshakes to high fives. Confluence.|
|2018||Shanker, K. and M.A. Oommen. 2018. Engaging Communities in Resource Monitoring: The Political Ecology of Science as the Language of Power. Radical Ecological Democracy.|
|2018||Shanker, K. and M. Muralidharan. 2018. For conservation to work, we need to rescue crocodiles from animal rights. The Wire.|
|2018||Shanker, K. and S. Krishnan. 2018. Aging ungraciously: the bane of academia. The Scroll.|
|2018||Sharma, D., S. Bijoor, and M. Ramesh. 2018. Development in Andaman and Nicobar Islands – for tourism or by tourism? Andaman Chronicle.|
|2018||Oommen, M.A. 2018. Endangered enemies: culture, history and human-wildlife conflict. White Horse Press|
|2018||Oommen, M.A. 2018. Book review. Jairam Ramesh. Indira Gandhi: A Life in Nature. History and Sociology of South Asia 12(1): 1-4|
|2018||Oommen, M.A and M. Ramnath. 2018. Woodsmoke and Leaf cups: Autobiographical Footnotes on the Anthropology of the Durwa. Seminar, February 2018|
|2018||Shanker, K. 2018. Rethinking conservation: Cancer, communalism, climate change are more linked than you’d think. Scroll September 2018|
|2018||Shanker, K. 2018. Science meets journalism: from balled fists to handshakes to high fives. Confluence|
|2018||Shanker, K and M.A. Oommen. 2018. Engaging Communities in Resource Monitoring: The Political Ecology of Science as the Language of Power. Radical Ecological Democracy October 2018|
|2018||Manoharakrishnan, M., and K. Shanker. 2018. Crocodiles Need Management, Not PR. The Wire|
|2018||Manoharakrishnan, M., and K. Shanker. 2018. For Conservation to Work, We Need to Rescue Crocodiles From Animal Rights. The Wire|
|2018||Swaminathan, A. 2018.Tracking a Hundred-Million old Giant. Bombay Natural History Society, Hornbill Magazine. Hornbill April-June 2018. Hornbill|
|2018||Rao, C. 2018. Serpents of the sea. Bombay Natural History Society, Hornbill Magazine. Hornbill April-June 2018. Hornbill|
|2018||Ramesh, M. and K. Shanker. 2018. From fishes to flagship: the making of a marine icon. Seminar 702: 37-40.|
|2018||Sridhar, A. and N. Namboothri. 2018. We may see other Sterlite-like protests against polluting industries. Hindustan Times.|
|2018||Sridhar, A. and U. Mistry. 25 May 2018. Women divers of Rameswaram. Frontline.|
|2018||Sridhar, A. and U Mistry. 30 March 2018. A Journey with the Sacred Chank. Frontline.|
|2018||Sridhar, A. and U Mistry. 02 March 2018. Amphibious Lives – a photo essay on free diving in the Palk Bay. Frontline.|
|2018||Adams, M., A. Sridhar, and M.A Oommen, 2017. Contested Cultures an Introduction. Seminar 702. p 14-17 (February 2018 issue).|
|2018||Sridhar, A. 2018. Hunting-gathering lives with molluscs. Seminar No 702. p 45-49 (February 2018 issue).|
|2017||Oommen M.A ‘Human-wildlife conflict: the new wildlife action plan is an inclusive start to a long journey’ – The Hindustan Times, 2017.|
|2017||How the liberal left lost its way. The Wire, December 2017.|
|2017||Jaini, M., S. Advani, K. Shanker, M.A. Oommen and N. Namboothri . 2017. Worlds apart: How history, culture, infrastructure and export markets shape fisheries in India’s oceanic islands. Environmental Conservation 45: 41-48.|
|2017||Shanker, K., S. Krishnan and M. Manuel . 2017. Deconstructing the south: the politics of conservation in India. In: The anthropology of Conservation NGOs: rethinking the boundaries (Eds. P.B. Larsen and D. Brockington), pp. 267-273. Palgrave.|
|2017||Buscher, B. R. Fletcher, D. Brockington, C. Sandbrook, W.M. Adams, L. Campbell, C. Corson, W. Dressler, R. Duffy, N. Gray, G. Holmes, A. Kelly, E. Lunstrum, M. Ramutsindela and K. Shanker . 2017. Half Earth or Whole Earth: radical ideas for conservation and their implications. Oryx.|
|2017||Shanker, K., M.A. Oommen and N. Rai. 2017. Changing natures: a democratic and dynamic approach to biodiversity conservation. In:India Futures (Eds. A. Kothari and K.J. Joy). Kalpavriksh.|
|2017||Shanker, K. and M. Muralidharan. 2017. Do olive ridley turtles migrate en-masse along the east coast of India ? Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 25: 2-3.|
|2017||Sridhar, A. 2017. Historicizing Mutinies against Nature. Seminar 690. p 59-62 (February 2017 issue).|
|2017||Shanker,K. 2017. How the liberal left lost its way. The Wire.|
|2017||Shanker, K. and M.A. Oomen. 2017. Hunting for solutions. The Hindu.|
|2017||Sridhar, A. and N. Namboothri. 2017. Wildlife Action Plan: More work ahead from a marine conservation perspective. Hindustan Times.|
|2017||Rao, C. 2017. How Life turned a full circle for snakes that call the ocean their home. The Wire.|
|2016||New plans instead of new pills. 2016. The Hindu|
|2016||Arthur, R., V. Patankar and N. Namboothri. 2016. Living with change: local responses to global impacts in India’s oceanic coral reefs. Current Conservation 10.2: 6-10.|
|2016||Muralidharan, R. and A. Sridhar. 2016. Turning Turtle. The Hindu.|
|2016||Ramesh, M. and M. Muralidharan. August 2016. Turning Turtle (Tamil version). The Hindu.|
|2016||Sridhar, A. and Creasy, M. 2016. Life on the wave of knowledge: Integrating fishers’ lore and scientific study, Current Conservation (Kids) 10.2.|
|2016||Shanker, K. August 2016. New plans instead of new pills. The Hindu.|
|2015||Namboothri, N., A. Swaminathan and K. Shanker. 2015. Olive ridley mass nesting at Cuthbert Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, Middle Andaman Island. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 21: 7-9.|
|2015||Rasquinha, D. and A. Sridhar. 2015. Make-believe development, the promises of Tadri: Mirage or reality? India Together.|
|2015||Sridhar, A. 2015. Marine parks in India – a case for maritime environmentalism. Current Conservation 9.2, p 23-30.|
|2014||Namboothri, N. June. 2014. Into the Deep Blue. Facets of Geography Series. Teacher Plus Magazine.|
|2013||Shanker, K. and M.H. Godfrey. 2013. A deep diving olive ridley in the Bay of Bengal. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 18: 16-17.|
|2013||Shanker, K. 2013. Leatherback turtles on the mainland coast of India. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 17: 15-17.|
|2012||Shankar , K and M.A. Oommen. 2012.Great Nicobar: at a crossroads. The Hindu.|
|2012||Oommen, M.A. 2012. ‘Islands in Peril: Develop and Perish? Great Nicobar Island’ – The Hindu.|
|2012||Shanker, K. and N. Namboothri. 2012. Sea turtle surveys and research in the Andamans and Nicobar Islands. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 16: 1-3.|
|2012||Namboothri, N., A. Swaminathan and K. Shanker. 2012. A compilation of data from Satish Bhaskar’s sea turtle surveys of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 16: 4-13.|
|2012||Shanker, K. and Schauble, C. 2012. How it all started. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 15: 1.|
|2012||Shanker, K. and M. A. Oommen. 2012. Great Nicobar: at a crossroads…The Hindu.|
|2012||Sridhar, A. 2012. Tug-O-War: a review of the documentary film Shifting Undercurrents on women seaweed harvesters for Samudra.|
|2011||Fatima, E., H. Andrews, S. John & K. Shanker. 2011. Status of Marine Turtles in Cuthbert Bay, Middle Andaman Islands. Marine Turtle Newsletter 130: 6-9|
|2011||Swaminathan, A., N. Namboothri and K. Shanker. 2011. Post-tsunami status of leatherback turtles on Little Andaman Island. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 14: 5-9.|
|2011||Shanker,K. 2011. Icons of marine conservation. Down to Earth.|
|2011||Shanker, K., N. Namboothri and A. Swaminathan. 2011. Voyage of the leatherback turtle. The Hindu.|
|2010||Shanker, K. and V.Menon. (2010) Mammals of India . Quarterly Review of Biology 85: 238.|
|2010||Shanker, K. and R. Arthur. 2010. Olive and Green: Shades of conflict between turtles and fishers in India. Current Conservation 4(4).|
|2010||Sridhar A. 2010.Challenging the Tourism Juggernaut. Infochange.|
|2010||Sridhar A. 2010. Eminent Domain, Absolute Doubt: Crusade for Goa’s Comunidades. Infochange.|
|2010||Shanker, K. and M. A. Oommen. February 2010. Shrewd Alliances. Sanctuary Asia.|
|2010||Sridhar, A. 2010. The Unfairness of Doing Good. Infochange.|
|2010||Sridhar, A. 2010. CRZ Notification 1991 – 2010: Anti-people? Anti-Environment? Or Anti-climax?. Infochange.|
|2010||Namboothri, N. and K. Shanker. 2010. Corals or Cola – Between the devil and the deep blue sea. Current Conservation 4.1: 18-20.|
|2010||Rodriguez, S. and A. Sridhar. April 2010. Challenges of Marine Management, Coastal Communities Issue of Agenda. Infochange.|
|2010||Shanker, K. and A. Sridhar. April 2010. Conservation beyond penalties and punishment. Coastal Communities Issue of Agenda. Infochange.|
|2010||Sridhar, A. 2010.Fishy Goings On… Kriti Diary 2010.|
|2010||Sridhar, A. 2010. India’s coasts and seas. Agenda.|
|2010||Sridhar A. 2010. Harbouring trouble: The impact of ports on commons. Infochange.|
|2009||Shanker, K. 2009. Ridleys in Orissa: Another reply to Mohanty Hejmadi. Marine Turtle Newsletter 126: 20.|
|2009||Lenin et al. 2009. Editorial: The IUCN’s new clothes: an update on the Dhamra – turtle saga. Marine Turtle Newsletter 126: 2-5.|
|2009||Shanker, K., J. Lenin and Fernandez. 2009. Peeling the onion: the politics of conservation and corporations at a sea turtle nesting beach.Survey of the Environment 2009: 96-99|
|2009||Shanker, K. et al. 2009. A little learning …: the price of ignoring politics and history. Marine Turtle Newsletter 124: 3-5.|
|2009||From Mysteries of Clearance to Myths of Compliance – A review of ‘Calling the Bluff’ by Kanchi Kohli and Manju Menon featured in Civil Society, D-Sector and Down To Earth 2009.|
|2009||Shanker, K. 2009. Turtle Boys. Current Conservation 3(1).|
|2009||Lenin, J., A. Fernandes, A. Sridhar, B.C. Choudhury, J. Frazier, S. Gopal, A. Hamid, S. Kloff, B. Mohanty, B. Pandav, S. Rodriguez, B. Tripathy, R. Whitaker, S. Worah, B. Wright and K. Shanker. 2009. The IUCN’s new clothes: an update on the Dhamra – turtle saga. Marine Turtle Newsletter 126: 2-5.|
|2009||Shanker, K., B.C. Choudhury, A. Fernandes, S. Gopal, A. Hamid, C. Kar, S. Kumar, J. Lenin, B. Mohanty, B. Pandav, S. Rodriguez, A. Sridhar, W. Sunderraj, B. Tripathy, R. Whitaker, S. Worah and B. Wright. 2009. A Little Learning… The Price of Ignoring Politics and History. Marine Turtle Newsletter 124: 3-5.|
|2008||Rodriguez, S. 2008. Push Out Fisherfolk, Make Room For Water Sports?. Tehelka Magazine 5(5).|
|2008||Rodriguez, S. 2008. Road To Perdition. Tehelka Magazine 5(8).|
|2008||Rodriguez, S. 9 May 2008. A Mockery of Science, Conservation and Environmental Laws (Op-ed piece). The Hindu.|
|2008||Rodriguez, S. and A Sridhar. 2008. Dhamra Port :How environmental regulatory failure fuels corporate irreverence. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 8: 21-24.|