Chandni researches the interface of climate change, rural livelihoods, and natural resources. She holds a PhD in Rural Development from the University of Reading, UK and a Masters in Natural Resource Management from TERI University, India. She has worked in practice and research institutions such as WWF and Bioversity International and currently is part of a project called Adaptation at Scale in Semi-arid Regions at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements.

Experience

  • –present
    Researcher, climate change adaptation, Indian Institute for Human Settlements

Education

  • 2014 
    University of Reading, PhD/Rural Development