Bhaskar Vira

This Cambridge Life: Bhaskar Vira

Geography Fellow Dr Bhaskar Vira is profiled in 'This Cambridge Life' where he talks about boarding school in the Himalayas, conservation and never having studied Geography.

He’s an eminent geographer who “never studied geography”. Bhaskar Vira’s childhood in India and background in economics inform his approach to safeguarding fragile ecosystems.

His research focuses on the profound and complex relationship between people and the natural world.

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