Early Career Perspective: Farah Thakur

Farah Kazi currently works as the Lead of Campaigns at Waatavaran, where she undertakes air quality monitoring studies. She also builds communication strategies that enable public dialogue and advancement in policy reforms. She has recently been selected as an OpenAQ Ambassador. Her interest in air pollution stems from when she began working at IndiaSpend, where … Continue reading Early Career Perspective: Farah Thakur

Youth voices for clean air in Punjab

Let Me Breathe, a community platform for sharing stories related to environment recently announced the winner of its Clean Air Punjab competition. This was the first of its kind competition focused on sharing stories related to air pollution and health in Punjab. More about the programme here. The team received more than 70 entries on … Continue reading Youth voices for clean air in Punjab

Early Career Perspective: Abhiir Bhalla

Abhiir is a youth environmentalist and sustainability consultant. Currently a second year student at Ashoka University, he is pursuing a degree in Political Science and International Relations and is currently working as the Director - Operations and Community Engagement at Care for Air, a non-profit working on air pollution. He has over 7 years of … Continue reading Early Career Perspective: Abhiir Bhalla

Early Career Perspective: Prerita Agarwal

 Prerita is a first-year doctoral student in Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences at the School of GeoSciences, The University of Edinburgh, UK. She has an MPhil in Environment Science & Sustainable Development from Banaras Hindu University and Master’s degree in Environment Management from IP University. She is motivated by her fascination for the tiny invisible particles in the … Continue reading Early Career Perspective: Prerita Agarwal