Dr. Sindra Sharma-Khushal is a Policy Advisor focusing on our cool economy, finance and diplomacy work.
Sindra conducts research and engagement for transforming the way multilateral and national development banks think about cooling in their investment and technical assistance portfolios. Her work focuses on supporting the provision of analytical insight to the secretariat of the Cool Coalition in the run-up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26).
Prior to her work at E3G Sindra held climate-related roles in academia, policy think-tanks, and trade and international development consultancies. These roles focused on Small Island Developing States where she was responsible for engaging her behavioural economics and psychology background to provide holistic analysis and advice to decision makers.
She has been an Advisor to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23) Presidency Chief Negotiator.
Sindra has a PhD in Environmental Policy and International Development from the London School of Economics. She holds an MA with Honours in Psychology and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Science with Honours in Environmental Management both from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
She is a Fellow of the Linnaean Society.