Morika Hensley

Morika R. Hensley is an M.S. student in Environmental Sciences at Emory University, with a concentration in ecology and conservation biology. She received a B.S. in Environmental Sciences from Emory in 2016. Her primary research focus has been the socio-ecological contexts of human-wildlife conflict, specifically between snow leopards and agro-pastoralists in Ladakh, India. In addition to her background in ecology, Mori has studied Tibetan Buddhist philosophy for over ten years and is deeply interested in the intersections between Tibetan Buddhism and ecology in theory and practice. During her time at Emory she has been involved with several ecology labs, the Emory-Tibet Partnership, and the Emory Religion and Ecology/Life Systems Collaborative.

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