Muthukumara Mani is a senior environmental economist in the Sustainable Development Department of the World Bank’s South Asia Region. He primarily works on climate change mitigation and adaptation issues in the region. Prior to joining the region, he led the World Bank's work on assessing environmental implications of development policy reforms in the Environment Department of the World Bank. His work also has focused on country environmental assessments; natural resources management; environmental institutions and governance; climate change and adaptation; and trade and climate change issues. Prior to joining this position, he was an economist in the Fiscal Affairs Department of the International Monetary Fund, where he was responsible for analyzing environmental implications of macroeconomic policies and programs and in integrating environmental considerations broadly in the country programs. Mani has a doctorate and master’s in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is passionate about cricket, bollywood movies and music, and the Washington Redskins.
- On rhino horns, banking nature and climate hope
- When Climate Becomes a Health Issue: How Vulnerable is Bangladesh?
- “Grow Now Clean Up Later” No Longer an Option for India
- México e India aprenden juntos cómo crecer respetando el medioambiente
- Mexico and India learn together how to grow while respecting the environment
- Washing Coal Could Save Lives in India
- غسل الفحم قد ينقذ حياة الناس في الهند
- India's Air Pollution Woes
- Can Carbon Taxes Be Effective?
- Climate Change Technology Investment Index: A new dashboard for low carbon growth path
- The Little State that Could
- Technology Transfer in the Climate Context: Who is responsible?
- Trade and Climate Change: Challenges and opportunities for developing countries