Anand is an Intern (Research and Analytical Methods) at PlanAdapt’s coordination hub, based in Geneva, Switzerland.
His previous professional experience comprises primarily of research work regarding multiple aspects of sustainability, such as food security, energy consumption and global warming. He has been actively involved in voluntary environmental work at the local scale, mainly connected to projects related to recycling and waste segregation.
At present, he is pursuing a Masters in International Affairs at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, with a focus on ‘Environment, Resources and Sustainability’. Current research for his dissertation looks at the role of non-state actors in the field of climate governance.
Anand contributed to PlanAdapt’s work in the following projects and initiatives:
- design and regular update of the Lab Opportunity Database of the Climate Co-Adaptation Lab
- Making the Case for Procedural Justice: Is the Current Way of Financing and Supporting Capacity Building for Climate Action Procedurally Unjust?
- Socially Just and Adaptive Community Spaces in Poor Urban Settlements in India and Colombia