If 20 countries that between them account for 85% of the world’s economy insist on discussing climate change, a sharp mind can only draw two inferences: one, climate change is bad for the economy or two, addressing climate change is good for the economy. Surely? Read the full article on Continue Reading
Manisha is an Energy Economist with WWF South Africa. She has over 14 years of multi-disciplinary experience drawing on development, resource, energy and environmental economics covering India and South Africa. Her core areas of work are energy, low carbon development, green economy, resources nexus, and sustainability transitions. She specializes in quantitative and qualitative analysis, and policy formulation and analysis.
At WWF South Africa, Manisha leads the work on energy economics, low carbon transition and green economy for South Africa. She co-manages the food-energy-water nexus programme. This programme aims to develop an understanding of the complex relationship between water, energy and food systems from the perspective of a sustainable and secure economic and social future for South Africa.
Manisha started her career at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), India’s leading energy and environment focussed research organization and has since worked in the consulting and financing sectors. She is an economics graduate from St. Stephen’s College, India and holds a Masters Degree in Business Economics from the University of Delhi, India. She has several publications to her credit.
Energy, Low carbon development, Green economy, Resources nexus, Development economics
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