Moushumi Chaudhury

Ph.D., Associate, Climate Resilience Practice
World Resources Institute

Moushumi Chaudhury

Ph.D., Associate, Climate Resilience Practice
World Resources Institute

Biography

Moushumi is an Associate in the Climate Resilience Practice at the World Resources Institute (WRI). Moushumi works on developing and building capacity to use tools for adaptation decision making and designing online data platforms to democratize access to climate information.  She is also helps the Government of Ethiopia develop goals on agriculture and adaptation by using adaptation tools. In her past work at WRI, she worked with the Government of Fiji and Kenya to build readiness to apply to the Green Climate Fund and in the Mekong region on community based adaptation. Prior to joining WRI, Moushumi worked with the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security (CCAFS) while based in Kenya on gender and climate change, and trained countries to apply the participatory scenario development tool to address climate uncertainties. Before CCAFS, she worked with UNDP, CIFOR, FAO, BRAC Bangladesh, and ICIMOD.