Blaming ghosts of the past not productive in protecting Bengaluru lakes
In this context, Hita was approached by The Indian Express, a leading Indian national daily to talk about her work. She describes her work on the precolonial and colonial trajectories of urban lake development in Bengaluru, with the caveat that the past does not serve as a model for the future but much rather as a glimpse into consequences of actions taken in the past. The article also touches upon directions that urban lake governance in Bengaluru can progress towards particularly from the perspectives of equity and sustainability.
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