Covid19 Has Made Us More Vulnerable to the Impact of Climate Change. What Now?

Covid19 presents an opportunity for collective action on issues that affect us across borders.

written by
Rishika Das Roy
Jun 6, 2020
climate change in the face of Covid19
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AuthorRishika Das Roy

Rishika Das Roy is a Resilience and Urban Policy Expert with Oxford Policy Management, with over 8 years of experience across the policy cycle for technical areas ranging from climate change policy, climate adaptation and governance, urban resilience, and urban sanitation. This includes the delivery of projects under the ambit of numerous Government of India programs and policy initiatives including Swachh Bharat Mission, Smart Cities, AMRUT, and working on State Action Plans on Climate Change for different state governments. Prior to this she worked on leveraging behavioral insights for resilience, gender and sanitation at BBC Media Action, and worked on climate action and community mobilization for Earth Day Network and Ashoka: Innovators for the Public. By training, she has an MSc in Environment and International Development from the London School of Economics.