Senior Environmental Specialist
Sameer Akbar is Senior Environmental Specialist with the Climate Policy and Finance department of the World Bank in Washington DC. He works primarily on climate change mitigation as well as co-benefits. He coordinates the World Bank's work on Green House Gas Analysis (or portfolio carbon footprinting). Prior to moving to the Climate Department, he was working with the South Asia region of the World Bank on environmental projects and safeguards. He is an engineer by training with a Ph.D. in environmental health and policy, and has been with the World Bank since 1998.
- Adding up the Local Benefits of Climate-Smart Development
- Merging the Two Sides of Climate Action, with a Little Help from Dumbledore
- Diesel: Emissions, Health, and Climate Impacts
- When Breathing Kills
- Soot is Soot, No Matter the Circumstance!
- On Black Smoke, Asthma and Those Rising Global Temperatures
- Removing the `stovepipe' in the cookstove
- Diesel : les répercussions sur la santé et sur le climat
- Diésel: Impactos en las emisiones, la salud y el clima
- الديزل: انبعاثاته وأثره على الصحة والمناخ