• Bio:

    Bipasha Chatterjee is an environmental economist with extensive experience in climate change policy issues. She teaches environmental, agricultural and urban economics at Hunter College, CUNY and Columbia University’s Earth Institute. Previously as an economist at the UK firm, AEA (now Ricardo-AEA) her clients were the UK Government, European Commission and many policy think tanks. Prior to that she has worked with the UN Food and Agricultural Organization in Rome and as a governance reform consultant for KPMG Consulting in London. Bipasha is on the Board of Directors of Energy Vision USA, a national non-profit working on the issues around renewable gas made from organic waste. She is also a member of The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas and on their student scholarship committee. She is a post-graduate from Cambridge University and London School of Economics, UK.