Dr. Vikram Soni is Professor and UGC Emeritus Fellow at the Centre for Theoretical Physics in New Delhi, India. Dr. Soni obtained a PhD from the University of California at Santa Barbara and is a theoretical physicist specializing in astrophysics. He is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo.
In addition to physics, Dr. Soni is an environmental activist and, in 1995, established Natural Heritage, a leading Indian environmental NGO. Dr. Soni recently published his new book Naturally, Tread Softly on the Planet which describes human interventions in the matrix of life on earth.
Vikram Soni has for many years been a leader in the fight against the destruction of the natural environment in his home country, India, and elsewhere throughout the planet.In his book: Naturally: Tread Softly on the Planet sets the direction by placing human interventions in the matrix of life on Earth. The book provides a template for a change to symbiotic solutions that build into natural cycles to avoid waste. It is about preserving and using evolutionary resources with great benefits. The book looks for enlightened solutions that are not injurious to the planet.