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Ranjit BarthakurBorn in 1954 in Jorhat, Assam, to a family of lawyers, his childhood was imbued with Indian values and regular exposure to international issues. His father abandoned the legal profession in favour of planting tea.

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Lester BrownAgricultural scientist, prolific author, winner of innumerable international awards, one-time wrestler, long-distance runner and founder of the Earth Policy Institute, Lester R. Brown is, above all else, an original thinker. 

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Dr. Rajendra Pachauri

Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, Chairman of the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the head of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) was born in Nainital and studied in Lucknow.

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Shekar DattatriBorn in Chennai, to a supportive middle-class family, Shekar’s first tryst with nature began in his backyard. It was a tiny garden that housed a large neem tree, which attracted Rose-ringed Parakeets and a Tecoma, whose flowers lured sunbirds.

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Fateh Singh RathoreMore than almost any other person, the life of Fateh Singh Rathore is synchronous with the lives of tigers. Having saved a place – Ranthambhore – when everyone believed it was no longer viable for tigers in the 1970s, Rathore found his life’s work in protecting a species with which he fell hopelessly in love.

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Prerna Singh BindraPrerna Bindra is the quintessential woman in a man's world.  A dogged wildlife journalist, she was presented with the Sanctuary-ABN AMRO Wildlife Service Award in 2007 for her contribution to the protection of wild animals, including the tiger. 

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