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Popular science article on how weeding invasive non-native plants benefits the Mauritian flying fox by providing more food resources to the bat within its native habitat. An effective non-lethal solution to potentially mitigate the worsening human-flying fox conflict on Mauritius. (April 2021)
Hakai magazine (2020) These Bats Take Fun Dip to a Whole New Level.
Called to intervene live on the local radio 'Radio One' to discuss about the deforestation of endemic trees happening in Mauritius. (May 2021)
Interviewed by the local newspaper 'L’express' to talk about the importance of endemic and native snails on Mauritius (an underrated group of animals) and the impact of invasive alien species on their survival. (February 2021)
Interviewed by the local newspaper 'L’express' to explain about the impact of invasive alien species on native trees and how their control could boost native fruit production and encourage flying foxes to stay within their native habitat. A long-term and non-lethal solution to alleviate the worsening human-wildlife conflict on Mauritius. (February 2021)
Interviewed by the local newspaper 'L’express' to talk about the ecological implications of plastic pollution. (January 2021)
Interviewed by the local newspaper ‘Le mauricien’ to talk about the fifth mass culling of the endangered Mauritian flying fox and to factually refute statements previously published by the press on the species. (November 2020)
Interviewed by the local newspaper 'L’express' a few days following the oil spill that occurred on Mauritius to talk about the ecological disaster. (August 2020)
Interviewed by the local newspaper 'L’express' during the corona virus crisis to talk about self-food production through backyard aquaponics. (August 2020)
Interviewed by the local newspaper 'L’express' to talk about sustainable agriculture, particularly on the potential of aquaponics on tropical islands like Mauritius. (February 2019)
Presentation done on the ecological impact of oil spill at 'Future News Worldwide Mini Conference & Networking Event' organized by the British Council of Mauritius. Future News Worldwide is a partnership program between the British Council and some other world's leading media organizations, including Reuters, Facebook and Google News initiative. It aims to assist young people to make global connections and develop a wide range of journalism skills. (December 2020)
Presentation done on the ecological impact of oil spill at ‘Lorette de Vacoas’ secondary school. (November 2020)
Presentation done at an event organized by the Rotary of Mauritius. I talked about the third Sustainable Development Goals, good health and human well-being, but more explicitly on how human-mediated nature destruction is impacting on people's livelihood and well-being. (October 2020)
Presentation done at the virtual research week of the University of Mauritius on the impact of invasive alien plants on the community composition of wet native forest and implications for the Mauritian flying fox. (October 2020)
Presentation done at ‘École du Centre’ secondary school on the ecological impact of oil spill. (September 2020)
Invited as a youth delegate for the African region to participate in a virtual round table discussion on 'Addressing the Green Transition through partnership: challenges and aspirations for Africa ahead of COP26'. The event was organised by 'The UK Mission to the European Union and the British Council'. The aim was to meet key stakeholders who are active across the thematics of both COP26 and Africa, convening a platform to brief and exchange on COP26 ambitions and objectives for Sub-Saharan Africa. (March 2021)
Invited on the studio of the national TV, Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation. The programme called 'Pran kont nu la terre' was hosted by ‘Kool fm’ and I talked about sustainable food production through aquaponics and on my research which focuses on the impact of invasive alien species on the foraging ecology of the Mauritian flying fox. (December 2020)
Selected to be a speaker and voices of the youth for the United Nation Climate Change Conference UK 2021 in partnership with Italy and organized by the British High Commission of Mauritius for the COP 26 to be held in Glasgow. My call was for the protection of native species and impact of invasive alien ones within the Mauritian terrestrial setup. (November 2020)
Built and demonstrated a sustainable food production system (aquaponics) and talked about its ecological benefits during the exposition of 'Rencontre des passionées de la mer et de la terre'. (Octobre 2020)
Member of the NGO 'Nature Yetu'.
Executive member of the NGO 'Friends of the Environement'.
Research collaboration with the NGO 'Ecosystem Restoration Alliance, Indian Ocean'
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