Gargi Rawat is a senior news anchor and environment reporter who has worked with NDTV 24×7 for the last two decades. She was educated at the Welham Girls’ School, Dehradun, and St. Stephen’s College of Delhi University. For many years she has been a regular face on the channel and has filmed several documentaries and environment-related programmes. She worked on the first-ever news show on wildlife in India, Born Wild, and anchored its Hindi version, Safari India, for the Hindi channel NDTV India. Gargi has also been editorial head for some of the best-known environmental campaigns carried out by NDTV, including ‘The Greenathon’, ‘Save Our Tigers’, ‘Protecting India’s Coastline’ and the ‘Banega Swachh India’ campaign. She received widespread acclaim for her award-winning documentary series on the state of the river Ganga. This is her first book.