Aman Srivastava

Fellow and Coordinator, Climate Policy

Dr Aman Srivastava is a Fellow, and Coordinator of the Climate Policy vertical, at the Sustainable Futures Collaborative. He works in the areas of domestic and international climate policy, exploring the interlinkages between emissions and development and studying future low-carbon development pathways. His work specifically focuses on energy-economic modelling, climate finance, and carbon markets, and also touches upon aspects of trade and industrial policy. Aman was previously a Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research, and earlier spent over six years at the World Resources Institute, as a Research Associate (Climate Finance) in Washington DC and subsequently as Lead Economist (Climate) in Delhi. He served as a chapter author for the UNFCCC Standing Committee on Finance’s 2016 Biennial Assessment and Overview of Climate Finance Flows report, and has been a consultant with organisations such as AIIB, Vivid Economics, and the WTO. Aman holds a PhD in energy and behavioural economics from the University of Antwerp, an MSc in finance and development from the University of London, an MBA in finance from the Indian Institute of Management: Lucknow, and a BA (Honours) in economics from the University of Delhi. He is currently serving as visiting faculty at Kautilya School of Public Policy, having previously also taught at IIT Delhi’s School of Public Policy.


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