Journalist | Author of A #RiverRunsAgain (aka #ElementalIndia) | Past @KSJatMIT @FulbrightPrgrm | Chaser of birds & stories.

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Meera Subramanian is a US-based journalist and Fulbright-Nehru senior research fellow who writes about culture, faith and the environment for newspapers and magazines around the world. Her first book, A River Runs Again: India’s Natural World in Crisis from the Barren Cliffs of Rajasthan to the F...

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Society of Environmental Journalists Award

2012 - First Place for Outstanding Feature Story
For "India's Vanishing Vultures," published in the Virginia Quarterly Review

Staige D. Blackford Prize

2012 - Nonfiction
For "India's Vanishing Vultures," published in the Virginia Quarterly Review