Dr. Mamta Mehra is an environmental professional with more than eleven years of expertise in climate change, agriculture, and natural resource management. She previously served as the Research Director of the Global Council for Science and Environment (GCSE), where she worked on spanning the boundaries between science and decision-making to strengthen the impact of durable solutions to environmental challenges. Before joining GCSE, Dr. Mehra has worked with Project Drawdown as a Senior Fellow and Research Program officer, where she was focusing on Drawdown solutions in the Land Use and Food sectors and managing the research fellowship program. She is also one of the senior analysts of the Keeling Curve Prize. Previously, Dr. Mehra worked in different research capacities for Swiss Aid, UNDP-Australian Aid, and World Bank. Dr. Mehra has authored many peer-reviewed papers and is one of the contributors to the New York Times bestseller book, 'Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming'.
Senior Fellow, Research