Scholar Biography

Scholar Biography

Nandan Mukherjee

Integrated River Basin Management Framework Under the Lens of Loss and Damage

Study dates: 09/09/2014 - 08/09/2018

Nandan Mukherjee is a Hydro Nation scholar and PhD student in the University of Dundee in Scotland. Currently, he is affiliated with the Centre for Environmental Change and Human Resilience (CECHR) in the University. Before starting his PhD, he served as Director and Assistant Professor in the Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Research (C3ER) of BRAC University in Bangladesh. He has contributed to more than thirty research projects on climate change adaptation, water resources and natural resources management. He has contributed to two book chapters, two journal publications and ten presentations in conference proceedings.

To view Nandan's latest knowledge exchange outputs please click on relevant links below:

  • Loss and Damage – Application of the United Nation’s “Loss and Damage” Concept to Water Resources Management in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Basin (Poster)
  • Loss and Damage:  Water – the Forgotten Agenda (Presentation)
  • Floating Houses:  Rejuvenating “Home” for the Flood Affected Communities in Bangladesh (Presentation)
  • Systemic Innovations for Transformative Solutions to Flooding in Bangladesh [Resilient Home] (Presentation)
  • Systemic Innovations for Transformative Solutions to Flooding in Bangladesh [Resilience Academy] (Presentation)
  • Water and Climate Change in Bangladesh (Poster)
  • Loss and Damage "Integrated River Basin Management Framework Under the Lens of Loss and Damage (Poster)
  • Changes in Seasonality and it's Effect on the Environment Flow (Presentation)