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Diwash Gahatraj

Siliguri, India
  • Agriculture
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate Change
  • Cities
  • Pollution
  • Health
  • Policy
  • Energy
  • Forests
  • Natural Disasters
  • Wildlife Trafficking

Diwash Gahatraj is a journalist based in Siliguri, India. He's been a journalist for over 16 years, working with organizations like Reuters News, Zee News, NDTV, ESPN, The Statesman, and Hindustan Times. Since 2018, he's been doing independent journalism, covering topics like the environment, marginalized communities, climate change, health, food, and farming. He aims to bridge the gap between science and society by crafting narratives rooted in meticulous research and backed by facts and data. He tries to connect the dots between scientific advancements and their impact on communities, telling stories through thorough reporting. Diwash’s work has been published in The Guardian, South China Morning Post, VICE News, Yes! Magazine, Blue Dot Living, The National News UAE, Fair Planet, Rest of World, Atlas Obscura, The Print, Firstpost, The Print and Gastro Obscura. In 2019, he won the Best Features Award from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication Alumni Association for his investigation into the increasing number of suicides in Sikkim. When he's not working on a story, Diwash enjoys taking care of his indoor plants and discussing old Himalayan recipes.

Diwash Gahatraj

Siliguri, India
  • Agriculture
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate Change
  • Cities
  • Pollution
  • Health
  • Policy
  • Energy
  • Forests
  • Natural Disasters
  • Wildlife Trafficking

Diwash Gahatraj is a journalist based in Siliguri, India. He's been a journalist for over 16 years, working with organizations like Reuters News, Zee News, NDTV, ESPN, The Statesman, and Hindustan Times. Since 2018, he's been doing independent journalism, covering topics like the environment, marginalized communities, climate change, health, food, and farming. He aims to bridge the gap between science and society by crafting narratives rooted in meticulous research and backed by facts and data. He tries to connect the dots between scientific advancements and their impact on communities, telling stories through thorough reporting. Diwash’s work has been published in The Guardian, South China Morning Post, VICE News, Yes! Magazine, Blue Dot Living, The National News UAE, Fair Planet, Rest of World, Atlas Obscura, The Print, Firstpost, The Print and Gastro Obscura. In 2019, he won the Best Features Award from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication Alumni Association for his investigation into the increasing number of suicides in Sikkim. When he's not working on a story, Diwash enjoys taking care of his indoor plants and discussing old Himalayan recipes.