Meera Subramanian has made multimedia presentations at events across the USA and India, including universities, public libraries, think tanks, book festivals, conferences, and more. She has been interviewed by PRI’s Living on Earth, NPR’s Travel with Rick Steves, and WNYC’s Leonard Lopate Show. A dynamic and engaging speaker, Subramanian incorporates her own vivid photographs and line drawings into her presentations.
''Meera Subramanian did a great job of connecting with the audience and teaching about the power of narrative writing. Her well chosen examples helped shine the way for others.''
— Noel Robinson, Brown University Office of Research
Some sample presentations:
- Model of the Micro: Surprising solutions for the natural world in crisis
- Stories Can Save Us: How (and why) the power of narrative can transform information.
- We Speak Up: Finding girl power through knowledge in unlikely places
- Vultures on the Brink: The ecological, cultural, and religious implications of India’s vanished vultures
- The Cookstove Conundrum: Questing for a smoke-free fire
- The New Nature Journalism: Bringing science and storytelling alive for readers
- Hope is a Verb: Staying positive… in spite of the facts
College and university audiences, think tanks focused on development and the global south, literary groups, Asian-American groups, women’s organizations, bird clubs, environmental societies, book groups, and journalism conferences.
Environmental studies, sustainable development, India, South Asia, global south, climate change, conservation, extinction, renewable energy, water, cookstoves, organic agriculture, Green Revolution, sexual and reproductive health, women’s and girls’ rights, nonprofits, new nature writing, science writing, travel writing, birds of prey, journalism, narrative nonfiction, creative writing
Please contact Meera to inquire about a visit to your organization.