Transforming Asia's urban spaces into livable cities is a long-term commitment jointly embarked on by all stakeholders, one step at a time.
Sonia Chand Sandhu
Sonia, an environment engineer, urban resilience and sustainable development specialist with ADB’s Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department has 26 years of international development experience with ADB, World Bank and in the private sector. Key work areas include livable cities, environment policy, knowledge management, green infrastructure, green growth, coastal and watershed protection. She holds a Master of Science degree in environment engineering from University of Maryland at College Park USA, and a Bachelor’s in Architecture from Chandigarh, India. Follow her on Twitter: @Soniachand4
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