Gopal Krishna is a researcher and writer on the subject of earth, economy, science, justice, and the role of communicating myriad forms of data and narratives. He formally studied literature, philosophy, journalism, public health, and law, and is a trained researcher, lawyer, and science journalist. He has been a regular writer on corporate crimes and the war on the ecosystem since 2000, contributing to publications like Mainstream, The Tribune, Business Today, Tehelka, Outlook, Rediff.com, livelaw.in, Moneylife.in, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, Samayantar, Yathavat, and Prabhat Khabar. He co-authored Disputes Over Ganga, Kosi Deluge: The Worst is Still to Come, The Return of the Giants, and The Omnis hambles of UID. He is a member of the National Steering Committee of Nation for Farmers, a forum of non-farmers to support over 210 farmers’ organizations. He is also the editor of the online journal Toxic Watch Journal. He has appeared before Indian, European, and German parliamentary committees, Supreme Court committees, and UN conferences. Gopal has also worked as visiting faculty at universities and training institutes and as a commentator on public policies.