Fellow and Lead, Climate Change and Energy, Observer Research Foundation
Aparna Roy is a Fellow and Lead, Climate Change and Energy, at the Centre for New Economic Diplomacy (CNED). Aparna’s primary research focus is on the politics of climate change, resilience building and environmental governance. Her work aims to generate critical insights on the contested science and risk of climate change impacts on sustainable development goals (SGDs) in the global south, probe the effectiveness of building the resilience of the development sectors and explore the future of resilience in an increasingly climate-constrained world.
She is a Member of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India’s Consortium on ‘Economic Analysis of Air Pollution Policy and Regulation Unit. Aparna is also a guest teacher at the Charité University, Berlin where she contributes to an advance module on climate change and social determinants on health.
Aparna holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science Honours and Master’s degrees in Sociology and International Development. She was a Commonwealth scholar at the University of Bristol.