Dr. Malvika Onial holds a Doctorate degree in Conservation Biology from the University of Cambridge and MSc degrees in Environmental Biology from the University of Delhi and in Environmental Assessment and Evaluation from the London School of Economics. She has nearly two decades of experience in research and professional work concerning biodiversity conservation with a focus on natural heritage conservation, bird ecology and assessment of impacts of human activities on biodiversity. She has been involved in India's national reporting to the Convention on Biological Diversity, updating of the National Biodiversity Action Plan, and in reporting and monitoring of world heritage sites under the UNESCO World Heritage Convention.
Faculty Member and Scientist
Wildlife Institute of India
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|Conservation and Management of Natural Capital for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals||15 July 2019||Slides||Environment, Transport|
|Framework for Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Planning and Implementation of Developments in the Transportation Sector||15 July 2019||Slides||Environment, Transport|