Rakesh Kalshian, "India, is a former reporter for the weekly magazine Outlook India, where he focused on the environment, a beat he has covered since 1991. He is currently a freelance journalist. Kalshian's reports for Outlook India included examinations of the effects on India of global warming, the risks workers at the world's largest shipbreaking yard in Gujarat face, and the endangerment of various forms of Indian wildlife. In January 1999, Kalshian investigated water politics between India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. He also wrote a chapter on global warming for Tough Terrain, a book published in 1999 by the Asia Pacific Mountain Network and the Panos Institute South Asia. Kalshian was a 1999-2000 Nieman fellow at Harvard University."