Shakuntala Makhijani, Research Associate
Shakuntala joined the Worldwatch Institute in May 2011 as a Research Associate working with the Climate and Energy program on Low-Carbon Development Strategies. She has previously worked on international climate policy issues as a research assistant at the Center for Clean Air Policy. Before coming to Worldwatch, she graduated from the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment with an M.S. in Sustainable Systems. She holds a B.S.F.S. in Science, Technology and International Affairs from Georgetown University.
- “Alternating Currents: How Global and Domestic Energy Trends will Affect the European Union, the United States, and the Transatlantic Partnership in 2020,” in : Dan Hamilton and Kurt Volker, Transatlantic 2020: A Tale of Four Futures, Washington, DC: Center for Transatlantic Relations, 2011: pp. 215-256. (with Alexander Ochs)
- "How Transitioning to Renewable Energy Can Create Jobs in the Dominican Republic," in Re|Volt, August 2011
- "Putting the “Green” in Green Energy: Indian Government Approves Fund in Support of Ambitious Solar Electricity Targets," in Re|Volt, June 2011
- "India Publishes Updated Greenhouse Gas Data," in Re|Volt, May 2010
- “World Bank Climate Profiteering,” Shakuntala Makhijani and Daphne Wysham, Institute for Policy Studies, 31 March 2008
- “Alternating Currents: How Global and Domestic Energy Trends Will Affect the European Union, the United States, and the Transatlantic Partnership in 2020,” Alexander Ochs and Shakuntala Makhijani, Center for Transatlantic Relations at Johns Hopkins