- Academic year: 2013
Dr. Uday Sharma received his Ph.D. in 1991 in Wildlife and Anthropology from the University of Arizona, Tucson.
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Dr. Sharma is interested in biodiversity conservation and management with particular focus on protected area management, co-management of protected areas, and landscape level conservation; pro-poor sustainable forest management including development of non-timber forest products (NTFPs); formulation of national policies on forestry and climate change, development of REDD+ strategy and interventions, and climate change negotiations; development of trust funds; and project formulation and execution.
While at ACT, he will be focusing his research on community based biodiversity conservation in Nepal and South Asia.
Sharma, U.R. 2013. "Biodiversity Conservation: Changing Paradigm" in P.K. Jha, F.P. Neupane, M.L. Shrestha and I.P. Khanal, Biological Diversity and Conservation. Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Kathmandu, pp.146-153.