Kamya Choudhary is an India Policy Fellow working on climate policy with a particular focus on renewable energy, climate finance and transition to zero emissions She’s currently supporting the India-UK Track II Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy.
Prior to joining Grantham Research Institute, she was an interdisciplinary social scientist conducting qualitative research on renewable energy solutions for farming in India. She holds an MSc and PhD in International Development from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. She pursued her bachelors degree in Political Science from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University.
- Climate change and gender
- Food, Energy and Water Nexus Approach
- Sustainable development