Understanding the political economy of the Climate Investment Funds
Her interests are researching the quality, quantity and effectiveness of climate finance; supporting country governments to access and manage climate finance; and ensuring climate actions are well monitored and evaluated.
Her portfolio of work includes:
As a public policy specialist and an urban planner by training, her journey in the career of international development and climate change began with a focus on environmental and social impact assessments, and energy and waste management issues in India, where she worked for Canadian consultancy SENES.
Neha then worked as a research fellow at UNU-MERIT in the Netherlands, where she focused on sanitation and health issues in India. She subsequently worked at the Sussex Energy Group to understand water energy inter-dependencies.
The author of “The Political Economy of Low Carbon Resilient Development” (2016), Neha has also written several publications on M&E and climate finance. She is also one among the team of originators involved in implementing the Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development (TAMD) framework.
Sussex energy group, UK; UNU-Merit, Netherlands, SENES (Specialist Energy, Nuclear and Environment Sciences) private limited, India
01 May 2019
01 August 2018
01 December 2015