Ghosh, Arunabha

Arunabha Ghosh is CEO of the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), an independent, policy research institution in India. He is also associated with Oxford’s Global Economic Governance Programme and its Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. He is involved with the UK Royal Society’s Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative and has co-chaired its international governance working group. He is a member of three track II initiatives: the India-US Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy, the India-Israel Forum, and the Islamabad Dialogue. He sits on the Governing Board of the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, Geneva. Ghosh was previously Global Leaders Fellow at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, and at Oxford’s Department of Politics and International Relations. He was also Policy Specialist at the United Nations Development Programme in New York and has worked at the World Trade Organization in Geneva. He currently works on: climate governance; energy-trade-climate linkages; global energy governance; water governance and institutions; and international regime design. In 2011, the Asia Society named him an Asia 21 Young Leader. Arunabha holds a D.Phil.and M.Phil. in international relations from Oxford, where he was the Clarendon Scholar and Marvin Bower Scholar. He holds an M.A. (First Class) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Balliol College, Oxford, as Radhakrishnan-Chevening Scholar.