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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Nov 15, 2017

RT @foxyhedgehog: “We keep on trying, because there is nothing else to do.” Annie Proulx on continuing to work to make the world more…

Nov 14, 2017

...a gorgeous little lake...where Northern Lights shimmered like a fairy dust curtain. Badger found a good spot, though don't think he was admiring the scenery as much as me. ;)

Nov 12, 2017

RT @plmanseau: 40 years after she was abused by a priest, my mother tracked him down and confronted him--only thing unbelievable a…

Nov 12, 2017

RT @carlzimmer: It’s been 53 days since Maria hit Puerto Rico. Today 52.2% have no power, and 10.39% have no water 

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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