Interview with Dr. Devyani Singh #9
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Dr. Devyani Singh is a Post-Doctoral Fellow working on various projects under the umbrella of the Energy and Climate policy. Her research has included energy access & transitions in the Global South, air-quality modeling, evaluating climate impacts of national policies, natural resource economics, environmental [carbon] finance, forest sustainability, and most recently, methane emissions from oil and gas production. Devyani is BC Greens candidate for Vancouver-Point Grey and will bring more honesty, science, justice, and transparency to the government! Listen  In this episode of Women In Environmental Science, we look into how different parts of the world need to address climate change differently and not compare each other constantly! Listen more to dive into an adventure of how humans are impacting the Earth.
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