Adithya worked with the Grantham Research Institute as a sustainable finance projects graduate intern for an appointment term of six months. She previously graduated with a Masters degree in Political Economy of Late Development from the LSE.
Before joining the Institute Adithya worked as a special research assistant and analysed the discussion of agricultural adaptation and resilience across Africa at the COP26. She is also enthusiastic about volunteering. Some recent experiences include volunteering for the United Nations to research potential textile-recycling partners in the UK for NGOs based in Cameroon, and as a Green Impact Auditor at the LSE.
Policy - 2022
Response to the call for evidence made as part of the Independent Review of Net Zero commissioned by the UK's Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Read more
This report provides guidance to financial Institutions on how they can incorporate the social dimension of climate action – the just transition – into their net zero transition plans. Read more
News - 2022
As Egypt readies itself to host COP27 and the UAE for COP28, Adithya Subramoni argues that the MENA region must recognise the social dimension in action on climate. Read more