HoD and Associate Professor
• Department of Natural Resources
Sudipta Chatterjee has been working for conservation of forests and biodiversity since past 21 years. He is a recipient of the Whitley Associate Award, UK, in 2009 for conservation of Rhododendrons in Eastern Himalaya.. He worked as Biodiversity Conservation and Protected Areas Management Specialist in Sikkim Biodiversity Conservation and Forest Management Project, Integrated Development Division, Louis Berger Group Inc, , Head, Forests Conservation Programme of WWF-India and Biodiversity and Conservation Programme of Winrock International India. He served as Team Member Biodiversity in the Technical Facilitation Organization for the Sustainable Ecosystem and Land Management Country Partnership Project at the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE), Govt. of India. He worked as Heads the Communities and Biodiversity Division and Forests and Carbon Division of Wildlife Trust of India (WTI). He joined TERI University in 2014
S Chatterjee, 2008, "Biodiversity Significance of North East India"
S Chatterjee et. al, Eds Y.Gokhale and A.K. Negi, 2010, "Setting Standards for Sustainable Harvest of Wild Medicinal Plants in Uttarakhand: A Case Study of Lichens. In: Community Based Biodiversity Conservation in Himalayas"
Malhotra K.C., S. Chatterjee, Y Gokhale and S Srivastava, 2006, "Sacred Groves of India - An overview"
S Chatterjee, M Pande, G Pangging, G Goswami, 2004, "Carvers, Conservation and Certification in India. In: Carving a sustainable Future",
Liza Higgins- Zogib and S Chatterjee, 2005, "Eastern Himalayas Sacred Gumpa Forests. In : Beyond Belief. Linking faiths and protected areas to support biodiversity conservation"
Whitley Associate Award, 2009, Whitley Fund of Nature, UK