Talat Munshi is working as a PostDoc researcher at UNEP DTU Partnership. Talat’s work and research is in climate change and cities in developing countries, particularly analysing the role of land use, transport and geo-information science in mitigation and adaptation.
Previously, he has worked as an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Planning, CEPT University India, as Lecturer in Transport at Faculty of ITC, University of Twente Netherlands, at The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI), India and with Surat Municipal Corporation, India.
He has experience in research and consulting work with countries in Africa, Asia and Europe on topics related to urban planning, transport and climate finance and has a significant number of published articles on these subjects.
Talat is an engineer by training from CEPT University. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Twente (UT) and Master’s degrees in Environmental Planning from CEPT University and in Urban Infrastructure Management from faculty of ITC, UT.