India is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to disasters and it has a lot to share when it comes to preparing for them.
Archana has extensive experience of conceptualizing, operationalizing and leading policy and practice-oriented assignments across different verticals such as Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation, urban health issues, applied environmental economics and economics of energy sector. She has worked with global institutions such as the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, UNEP-DTU Partnership, Oxford Policy Management and Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research as well as private sector organizations in India. Archana is regularly invited to national/international fora for contributing to the knowledge building and policy dialogues to bring about cross-border and comparative dimensions into the Policy/Practice arena for Global Climate Change and local/regional responses. She holds PhD in Economics from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) and has also taught Economics for more than a decade.
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