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Aanehi Mundra

Dr. Aanehi Mundra is an Assistant Professor at Amity University Gwalior. She is an experienced Senior Researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Her research focus is Climate Change and International Politics.

Abdul Rehman

Dr. Abdul Rehman can be contacted via researchgate for collaboration in the emerging field of economics including; Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Agricultural Economics, Climate Economics, Health Economics, Energy Finance, Regional Rural Development, Regional Agricultural Development, Food Economics, Economics and Pollution, and Climate Change.

Andi Misbahul Pratiwi

Andi Misbahul Pratiwi is a PhD Candidate at the School of Geography, University of Leeds. She pursued her Master's degree in Gender Studies at the University of Indonesia from 2016 to 2018. From 2015 to 2020, she worked as an editor at Jurnal Perempuan, an accredited feminist academic journal in Indonesia. In 2021, she joined the National Commission on Violence against Women (Komnas Perempuan) in the Law and Policy Reform Sub-Commission. Currently, she is a Ph.D. student at the University of Leeds, UK, focusing on Gender, Sexuality, and Climate Change in the Global South, with UKRI studentship.

Bethuel Sibongiseni Ngcamu

Bethuel Sibongiseni Ngcamu is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration and Management at the University of South Africa (UNISA) in Pretoria, South Africa. He has an extensive academic and research background, with a focus on public administration and management, and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals and presented papers at both international and domestic conferences. Ngcamu is an active member of various academic, professional, and scientific associations and organizations, and has received special awards and supervised numerous master's and doctoral graduates.

Biju Lekshmanan

Dr. Biju Lekshmanan is a Professor and Director at School of Gandhian Thought and Development Studies, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala. 

Charlotte MacAlister

Charlotte MacAlister is currently the Senior Policy Advisor at Canada Water Agency, Department of Environment and Climate Change Canada. Charlotte also served as a Senior Researcher leading the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health Program on Water Security. She was with the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) for 6 years, and she has over 20 years of experience in Research for Development in the Water Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa, South and South-East Asia, and the Caribbean.

Chris Malley

Chris’s interest in air pollution and its impacts was fostered during a PhD in atmospheric chemistry at the University of Edinburgh and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. The focus was on the interpretation of data collected at the two UK monitoring supersites to demonstrate the linkage between specific impacts (e.g. on human health and vegetation) of atmospheric composition, and the conditions producing them. To achieve this a wide variety of tools and statistical techniques were used, which resulted in broader research interests in the application of statistical tools to investigate air pollution, and specifically how these tools can be integrated together to maximise the information derived from available data.

Dave Cook

Dave Cook is an anthropologist, published writer and business leader. Dave is a remote work specialist and his research has been featured by Time, Wired, BBC, The Guardian, Le Monde, O Globo, The Independent, World Economic Forum and The Conversation. Their anthropology research focuses on the lives of digital nomads – who before the pandemic were viewed as an extreme type of remote worker. This research is unique in having 7+ years of continuous data about the remote work experience. Dave is currently conducting research in the Anthropology Department at UCL (University College London).

Dhanasree Jayaram

Dr. Dhanasree Jayaram is an Assistant Professor, Department of Geopolitics and International Relations, and Co-coordinator, Centre for Climate Studies, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Karnataka, India. She is also a Research Fellow, Earth System Governance; Member, Climate Security Expert Network; Research Fellow, Centre for Public Policy Research; and Member, Planet Politics Institute.

Dileep Chandran

Dileep P Chandran is Assistant Professor at Department of Political Science, University of Calicut, Kerala. 

Diya Madhusudan

Diya Madhusudan is a first year undergraduate student in FLAME University, majoring in Data science and Economics. Growing up in the Silicon valley of India, she piqued interest in information safety in creating safe and sustainable smart cities. She is passionate about learning and in coming years she is eager to develop required skills to contribute towards the nation's Cyber Surakshit Bharat mission.

Dr. Balaji Kalluri

Dr. Balaji Kalluri is an Assistant Professor in Environment Studies at FLAME University. He is a systems engineer turned urban futurist. He describes himself as a global citizen, seasoned professional, multi-disciplinary researcher, an innovator, and a passionate educator. He is the founding director of KUDOS, an urban innovation studio whose mission is to push the frontiers of innovation in guiding ‘urban futures’ towards large-scale just and sustainable transition. He is a recipient of several global awards, including the prestigious Innovation Fund Denmark’s post-doctoral fellowship (2019), Singapore Ministry of Education doctoral scholarship (2013), and ‘Redefining education through creativity in India’ awardee of the Council for Creative Education Finland (2023). He holds a PhD in Building Science from National University of Singapore (2017), Masters in Microelectronics Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences Pilani (2009), and Bachelors in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Anna University (2006). He has a very good record of publications in high-impact, and peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters. Before returning to India in 2021, he lived, worked, and traveled across 40 global cities, 11 nations and 3 continents

Elhadj Bara Dème

Elhadj Bara Dème is an associate researcher at the University of Portsmouth, member of the Blue Governance Centre and coordinator of the GREPPAO project for management and resilience of small pelagic fisheries in West Africa, with financial support from the European Commission. Dème specialised in fisheries resource management, ecosystem services assessment, and blue governance. He has overseen multiple research initiatives in West Africa. He is the author of more than 40 journal articles and around 50 book chapters, research reports, consultancy reports, and so on

Epule Terence Epule

Prof. Terence Epule Epule is Professor of Agroclimate and Adaptation Sciences at Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT). Before this, he was Assistant Professor of Climate Change Adaptation at the International Water Research Institute (IWRI). His research is at the interface of climate, agriculture, and adaptations. He has published more than sixty-one peer-reviewed journal articles, two books, and seven book chapters.

Isra Solorio

Israel Solorio is a political scientist and researcher affiliated with the National Autonomous University of Mexico.His research interests are in the areas of energy policy, European integration, environmental politics, and climate policy.

Jack Marley

Jack joined The Conversation in 2018 after internships at Mongabay and The Press Association. He has a research background in marine biology and began his media career at university, where he reported on a fossil fuel divestment campaign for his campus paper. Jack edits the Environment plus Energy section and is interested in climate change, biodiversity and animal behaviour. He is based in Newcastle.

Jorge Heine

Jorge Heine is a lawyer, IR scholar and diplomat with a special interest in the international politics of the Global South. He was most recently a Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington D.C. (2018-2019). He has served as ambassador of Chile to China (2014-2017), to India (2003-2007) and to South Africa (1994-1999), and as a Cabinet Minister in the Chilean Government. He has been a Visiting Fellow at St Antony’s College, Oxford University; a United Nations Research Fellow at the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC); a Visiting Professor of Political Science at the University of Konstanz; and the Pablo Neruda Visiting Professor of Latin American Studies at the University of Paris. Currently, Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, at Boston University.

Lenore Manderson

Lenore Manderson is presently Visiting Distinguished Professor at Uppsala University. She is Distinguished Professor of Public Health and Medical Anthropology, School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, which she joined as a member of faculty in 2014 after an extensive career in Australia. Her research and publications, including Surface Tensions and Viral Loads, brings together interests in infectious disease and chronic conditions, structural inequality and social justice, gender and sexuality. She increasingly also works on climate science and the environment, bringing together the creative arts, humanities and sciences.

Linda Kachona

Linda Kachona is a 1 Millions Young Action Ambassador and an Agricultural Economist specializing in Agribusiness Management has equipped with a deep understanding of the challenges facing the agriculture industry and the skills needed to navigate them successfully.

Mahesh Rangarajan

Mahesh Rangarajan is professor of history and environmental studies at Ashoka University

Martin Raiser

Martin Raiser is the World Bank’s Vice President for the South Asia Region. Mr. Raiser manages Bank relations with Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, and oversees a portfolio of projects, technical assistance and financial resources worth almost USD 55 billion.

Matthew Cherisch

Associate Professor at the Wits Reproductive Health & HIV Institute, University of the Witwatersrand

Matthew Blackett

Matthew Blackett completed his PhD at King’s College, London, where he utilised his computing and geographic skills in the remote sensing of earthquakes and volcanoes. Following this, he completed a post-doctoral position, also at King’s College, where he ran a project comparing urban energy balance models. During his time at King’s College, Matthew was a tutor and lecturer both there and at the London School of Economics. Matthew started a lectureship at Coventry University in 2010 and since joining, has maintained his research interests in remote sensing and natural hazards and, given a research fellowship, was a visiting researcher at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, in 2012.

Prof (Dr) S. N. Mishra

Prof (Dr.) S. N. Mishra is a Visiting Professor at the TERI School of Advanced Studies, where he teaches Climate Change Risks Mitigation, Adaptation, Net Zero, and Greenhouse Gas Inventory to postgraduate students. As a consultant in Climate Change and Sustainability, he collaborates with corporate and industries on climate change risk analysis and carbon footprint calculation. An Indian Air Force veteran, he previously served as the Director of Climate Sciences and Weather for the Government of India & as Chief Meteorological Officer for the United Nations.

Muhammad Alfarizi

Muhammad Alfarizi is a Research Assistant at the University of Indonesia and BINUS University, Indonesia, who has produced several researches of national and international repute.

Neven S. Fučkar

Neven S. Fučkar is a Senior Researcher at the Environmental Change Institute in the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford. Neven is a climate and data scientist primarily focusing on the prediction and impacts of extreme events in a changing climate.

Pallavi Das

Pallavi is a Programme Lead working with the Low-Carbon Economy Team at The Council. Her research interests include energy transition, climate policy, low carbon pathways, smart cities and sustainable development goals. This is her second stint at CEEW and earlier she had worked on modelling rooftop solar PV for India on the Global Change Assessment Model (GCAM).

Population Matters

Population Matters campaigns to achieve a sustainable human population, to protect the natural world and to improve people’s lives. Population Matters promotes positive, practical, ethical solutions – encouraging smaller families, inspiring people to reduce excessive consumption and helping us all to live within our planet’s natural limits. Population Matters believes everyone should have the freedom and ability to choose a smaller family. Population Matters supports human rights, women’s empowerment and global justice.

Prof Frank Biermann

Frank Biermann is a research professor of Global Sustainability Governance with the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. He is an internationally leading scholar of global institutions and organizations in the sustainability domain. Biermann has authored or edited 19 books and published about 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals and chapters in academic books. He is frequently invited to participate in advisory and evaluation committees and has spoken at the United Nations General Assembly, the European Parliament and the European Economic and Social Committee. From 2003 to 2015, Biermann was professor and head of the Department of Environmental Policy Analysis at the VU University Amsterdam.

Roxy Mathew Koll

Dr. Roxy Mathew Koll is a Climate Scientist at the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology. He did his Ph.D. in Ocean and Atmospheric Dynamics from Hokkaido University, Japan. Dr. Koll is a Lead Author of the IPCC Reports and the former Chair of the Indian Ocean Region Panel. He actively collaborates with citizen science networks, local governments, and media to bring science to society.

Sadhika Verma

Sadhika Verma is a Research Associate at the FLAME University’s Centre for Digital Learning. Working at the intersection of learning experience design, pedagogical development, and new media tools, Sadhika endeavors to make learning effective, engaging, and accessible to all audiences. Currently, she is building a comprehensive online course on Emerging Technologies for Businesses and Society for students within FLAME and beyond. Her research pursuits are centered on leveraging technology to establish intuitive and inclusive socio-cultural practices. With both Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in English Literature from Ramjas College, Delhi University, Sadhika is also interested in Digital Humanities, Postcolonial literature, Partition literature, and Women’s Writings. Her research articles and poetry have been published by the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University, and the Monograph Magazine, among others. Apart from research and writing, she also has experience working as a freelance editor and a teacher with Teach for India.

The Better India

As the world's largest platform for positive narratives, The Better India operates across multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Gujarati, Bangla, and Marathi. Its unique focus lies in uncovering the tales of everyday unsung heroes, community change-makers, groundbreaking innovations, and remarkable ideas often overlooked by mainstream media. Building upon the profound impact of storytelling, The Better India has evolved over the past 15 years into a repository of India's change agents. With a robust presence across five languages, The Better India resonates with more than 200 million people each month.

Vaibhav  Chaturvedi  

Dr. Vaibhav Chaturvedi is a Fellow at the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) and leads their low carbon economy and carbon markets research. His expertise is on modelling long term futures for energy and emissions within the framing of economic transformation. His role focuses on developing a modelling ecosystem in India, capacity building of young modelers, informing national and state level energy and climate policy, and informing the carbon markets debate in India.