Neeraj Prasad | World Bank Institute (WBI)

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Neeraj Prasad

WBI Climate Change Practice

Neeraj Prasad is the Manager for the Climate Change Practice at the World Bank Institute. He works on energy access, low-carbon growth, innovations in carbon markets, and climate financing - all with a view toward supporting climate-resilient development.

Previously, he was the Operations Advisor and Deputy to the Manager at the World Bank's Climate Finance Unit. Before joining the World Bank, Mr. Prasad worked for 18 years in the Indian Administrative Service, including at the World Bank desk in the Ministry of Finance and as Assistant to the Executive Director in the International Monetary Fund.

Publications:

Climate Resilient Cities: A Primer on Reducing Vulnerabilities to Disasters (2007), team leader/co-author

East Asia Environment Monitor: Adapting to Climate Change (2007), lead author

Papua New Guinea Environment Monitor 2002, the World Bank, lead author