Nishka Sharma is the Research & Policy Manager of Air Quality Life Index and Air Quality Programs at EPIC. She has over five years of experience in research and policy in a variety of subject areas including interaction between social welfare and income inequality, the social cost of carbon, climate policy and air quality. Her interests lie at the intersection of climate change and economic development, and the impact of open data practices on data driven policy action. Nishka received a master’s degree in International & Development Economics from Yale University and a bachelor’s degree from Shiv Nadar University.

Areas of Focus: Air Quality Monitoring and Data Access
Air Quality Monitoring and Data Access