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Dr. Adani Azhoni

Position
Visiting Faculty, Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change; School of Environment, Resources and Development
Unit
Climate Change and Sustainable Development
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Ph.D. , Cranfield University

M. Tech. Environmental Engineering and Management , IIT Delhi, India

Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Saurashtra University, India

Climate change vulnerability assessment and adaptation

Water Management

Disaster mitigation and Management

  1. Azhoni, A., Holman, I., and Grabowski, R. Identifying evolving priorities in national river governance from Parliamentary Questions. Water Policy (accepted and in press)
  2. Rehman, S., Azhoni, A. and Pooja, C. Livelihood vulnerability assessment and climate change perception analysis in Arunachal Pradesh, India. GeoJournal (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-022-10703-7
  3. Vercruysse, K., Grabowski, R., Holman, I. Azhoni, A. et al. Placed-based interpretation of the Sustainable Development Goals for the land-river interface. Sustain Sci (2022). Vol. 17, pages1695–1714 27 June 2022 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-022-01176-1
  4. Rehman, S., Jahangir, S. and Azhoni, A. GIS based coastal vulnerability assessment and adaptation barriers to coastal regulations in Dakshina Kannada district, India. Regional Studies in Marine Science. Vol. 55, September 2022, 102509. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rsma.2022.10250.
  5. Grabowski, R., Vercruysse, K., Holman, I. Azhoni, A. et al. The land–river interface: a conceptual framework of environmental process interactions to support sustainable development. Sustain Sci (2022). Vol. 17, 13 May 2022 pages 1677–1693. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-022-01150-x
  1. Random Verification of Hazardous Waste Management. J-99/12/2021-WM-II-HO-CPCB-HO dated 10-Aug-2021 (completed 2022).
  2. SEELARI: Socio-economic-environmental trade-offs in managing Land-River interface. Case study based in Himachal Pradesh. Trilateral research project with Cranfield University UK and Peking University China Sponsored by DBT-GoI under the Towards a Sustainable Earth Scheme Grant No.:BT/IN/TaSE/69/AA/2018-19 (Completed 2022)
  3. EIBOCCA: Socio-Economic and Institutional Barriers of Climate Change Adaptation. Funded under the IMPRESS Project Grant No. IMPRESS/P765/2018-19/ICSSR (Completed 2021)