Date(s) - 14/04/2022
7 h 00 min - 8 h 00 min
Seminar 2021/22-3 Human / Wildlife Conflict Management and Mitigation – “Belling the Cat”
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In any human-wildlife conflict management the key stake-holders are “the wildlife in conflict” with “the human” in a given “environment”.
The generic approach is stereotyped by managing or mitigating the wildlife and maintaining or modifying the environment without much interference on the key stake-holder , human.
This topic explores the endless possibilities in the enviro-socio-economic aspects, and the high relevance and effectiveness in the current and coming days on intelligently addressing this key stake-holder while designing & implementing conflict management & mitigation plans.
About Mr.K.N.Suresh Kumar
Mr.K.N.Suresh Kumar, is a wildlife-aircraft strike hazard management professional from India, involved in bird-aircraft strike hazard assessment, management & mitigation, wildlife conflict management, bio-diversity studies, habitat management, and more.
He has been a consultant to various international airports in India for wildlife management, wildlife hazard assessment, management & mitigation and has worked personally on the BASH management & mitigation for Bengaluru International Airport Limited, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) Hyderabad, Delhi International Airport, the Chennai International Airport and Adani Group of Airports.
He is exposed to the various latest technologies, techniques and tools of BASH management practiced and used in various parts of the world.
He has been in the Panel of Experts of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for bird strike control at airports representing his organization and has in partnership with DGCA, conducted a national-level workshop on BASHM at the Delhi International Airport.
Suresh Kumar has over 20 years of hands-on experience in wildlife management and human/wildlife conflict management. He has initiated and implemented a variety of projects on wildlife management, conflict mitigation & management, training as well as educational programs related to wildlife.
He has been a speaker at national and international conferences and workshops related to bird-aircraft strike hazard management (BASHM) in very noted forums as well as targeted workshops in Singapore, Mexico, India etc. in partnership with FAA, ICAO and DGCA.
He is a good communicator, educator and has designed and delivered various training programs related to BASHM and wildlife management for various stake-holders such as staff of various airports, government departments such as forest, police, RDPR, civil defense, home guards & fire services, public works etc., as well as for students, working adults, community leaders, farmers & villagers.
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