Research Interests: Blue Carbon Sequestration, Nature-based Solutions, Citizen Science, Volunteer Carbon Market and Coastal Resilience
Shrutika Parihar is a doctoral candidate at Ahmedabad University. Her research includes energy, climate change, vulnerability assessments, land use and transport. She specialises in GIS-based modelling. For the last 10 years, she has been contributing to research work in the domains of planning and public policy in collaboration with many national and international agencies. She has co-authored the book titled "Land use change trends of Indian cities: a bird's eye view: Vulnerabilities of unplanned urban growth. Sage Publication, New Delhi, India.", which was part of a project with Indo-Norwegian Cooperation Project (INCP). She has publications in international peer-reviewed journals and has Co-authored national reports for the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, the Department of Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Earth Sciences. She holds a master’s degree in Geomatics from CEPT University and a master's in Geography from Gujarat University, Ahmedabad.