India, “Biodiversity and Ecosystem-Based Climate Change Adaptation for Enhancing the Climate Resilience of Coastal Vulnerable Communities in India”
Deepti completed her M.Sc (Environment Management) in 2003 (awarded Gold Medal) from Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, India. She holds a Certificate in ‘Valuation of Ecosystem Services and Green GDP’ by MoEFCC, Government of India. She has over 15 years of experience in community-based research on climate-risks and resilience measures. She has undertaken extensive research and developed program documents (design & feasibility) for several countries in Asia and Africa, in addition to leading primary research and working with communities to identify the key risks, indigenous practices for resilience and nature-based solutions that are locally applicable. She works on an Ecosystem-based approach for integrated sustainable solution. She has worked on projects with UN agencies, European Commission, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, USAID, AFD, GIZ, Government & non-Government sector. She is a Climate Reality Leader under Mr Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project working towards generating awareness and facilitating action on climate-change across the world.
Session Description: At this session, a set of shortlisted papers from the Call for Papers will be presented. More details will be added