Maliha Muzammil is a researcher at the Environmental Change Institute (ECI), University of Oxford and the South Asia Regional Scenarios Coordinator for the CCAFS Future Scenarios project. She works to develop socio-economic and climate scenarios at regional levels as a tool for strategic policy planning and investment decisions.
She is a part of the RE-IMAGINE project team from the University of Oxford. The RE-IMAGINE project builds on the CCAFS Scenarios Project combining the climate foresight expertise in this project with global climate governance expertise and regional expertise and experience among the participating partners.
She also works on the zero hunger, zero emissions project at the ECI which aims to identify potential synergies and trade-offs between alternative development pathways to achieving the zero emissions goal adopted in the Paris Agreement and the zero hunger goal adopted under the SDG, particularly for people living in poverty.
Maliha has submitted her PhD thesis for examination at SOAS, University of London. Her research examines the opportunities and barriers for low carbon, climate resilient pathways in least developed countries using a political economy approach.