Subash is a Senior Economist at UNEP DTU Partnership and a Senior Fellow at the Global Centre for Environment and Energy, Ahmedabad University.
He is a Lead Author for the Transport Chapter in the ongoing sixth assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and was a contributing author for the fifth assessment of the IPCC. His research interests include sustainable urban transport, low carbon development in developing countries, technology transfer and climate change and he has published a number of peer-reviewed papers on these topics.
He has extensive experience in implementing projects and proposal development. He was the project manager for the BMU funded Promoting Low Carbon Transport project in India and has been the Regional Coordinator for Asia within the Technology Needs Assessment project. He has experience of working with most countries within Asia Pacific region. He has been involved in promoting electric mobility in Asian cities as a means for reducing air pollution, improving access and reducing CO2 emissions.
He has authored a number of guidebooks/toolkits for capacity building in the area of technology transfer and low carbon transport including the UN Environment toolkit for Low Carbon Mobility Planning for cities. He has also helped the Government of India in revising their ‘Comprehensive Mobility Plan – A toolkit’ for the Indian cities.
Subash holds a doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.