Aman Srivastava is a Fellow with the Initiative on Climate, Energy, and the Environment at the Centre for Policy Research. Aman’s research interests are in the areas of climate and energy policy, specifically the interlinkages between emissions and development pathways, socioeconomic impacts of climate actions, climate finance, and energy consumption behaviours. He is also serving as visiting faculty at the School of Public Policy, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
Aman has previously spent over six years at the World Resources Institute, as a Research Associate (Climate Finance) and subsequently Lead Economist (Climate). He served as a chapter author for the UNFCCC Standing Committee on Finance’s 2016 Biennial Assessment and Overview of Climate Finance Flows report. He has also worked with Indicus Analytics and Kotak Mahindra Bank, and served as a consultant to Vivid Economics, the World Trade Organization, and Ergo.
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.