Diya Dasgupta is a Research Associate in the Climate Change and Sustainable Development Team at ICRIER. She works on renewable energy, climate financing, climate negotiations, energy modelling etc. At ICRIER she has contributed to a number of projects such as assessing the financial requirement for implementing NDCs in India (funded by the Ministry of Finance), preparing reports for climate negotiations between India and China (funded by the World Resources Institute), affordable housing for the urban poor (funded by GIZ) etc. She has also assisted on projects such as linking of tourism and waste sector in Uttarakhand using an input output model (funded by MOEF&CC). Diya holds a Master’s degree in Economics from TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi. She completed her Bachelor’s in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi. Her research interests include resource efficiency, green financing, renewable energy and trade.
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