Gauri Joshi
Dr. Gauri JoshiAdjunct Faculty

Institute of Environment Education & Research


Environmental Law, Environment Management Forest Law, Environmental Landscape 15 years teaching experience in Environmental Law

  • Interpretation of Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 for successful implementation of Koyna Wildlife Sanctuary and Chandoli Wildlife Sanctuary and acting as a legal adviser for better planning of newly declared proposed ‘Sahyadri Tiger Reserve’ and ‘Eco sensitive Zone’.
  • Implementation of different Forest Laws and regulations for protection of declared ‘protected forest’ in the Phaltan city. The project of ‘removing encroachment of ‘Protected Forest land’ with an NGO – HARMONY - District Conservator of Forest, Satara and Collector Office Satara.
  • ‘Rapid Environmental Profiling of Phaltan City’, a project based on the framework given by U. N. Habitat with an NGO – HARMONY and Maharshi Karve Stri Shikshan Sanstha’s Bhanuben Nanawati architectural College, Local Self Government of Phaltan city and other experts attached with the project. The project documentation shall be considered as a base work for the future Development Plan of the Phaltan City.
  • Preparation of structured implementation plan for the development of sustainable fodder reserves in the notified grasslands to support the farmers having Live Stock. A research pilot project at Phaltan, District Satara, Maharashtra,
  • The project of preparation of draft bill for the Maharashtra (Urban Areas) Electronic Waste (Regulation, Control and Disposal) Act, 2007 which was presented before Chief Minister with recommendation from Shree Shivajirao Deshmukh, the then Chairman, Legislative Council of Maharashtra.
  • A sustainable and eco-friendly special township development for economically weaker section of the society’ as per the Housing Policy of Maharashtra, 2007 in consonance with the recent guidelines of Government of India.
  • Based on ‘Ecotourism Policy, Maharashtra – 2008’, preparation of implementation plan for the development of a forest patch at Fejeevde, Radhanagari, using all the scientific and technical mediums so as to make it potential research area where students and research fellow members can work for higher research activities.