Atmospheric Sciences

Roy Arindam

Arindam Roy is a post-doctoral scientist in the Laboratory of atmospheric processes and their impacts; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne. He worked with 12000+ climate-vulnerable families in India, Bangladesh, and Bhutan on alternative and climate-adaptive livelihood. He also run the first climate communication platform in Bengali, a language spoken by 250 million people ( Twitter: @Arindam_climate

Crowdsourcing air quality management data from: A pilot study in India

India is experiencing an “Air apocalypse” and the Global Burden of Disease study has estimated the death toll has reached 1.67 million in 2019. Almost 100% of the population is now exposed to PM2.5 level higher than WHO (World Health Organization) recommendations. However, common citizens are generally unaware of the seriously damaging effects of poor air quality, largely because of the lack of ad ...[Read More]