Neha Gour

Neha Gour is pursuing her Ph.D. at the intersection of climate change, public health, and science communication and is a Research Assistant at the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University, Virginia.

Her research focuses on collecting and assessing empirical evidence to foster effective climate change and public health communication. She actively uses her academic research to guide policy reforms and advocates for increased awareness on the health effects of climate change to advance public engagement in society.

Prior to her doctoral studies, Neha had extensive work experience as a communication and knowledge management professional. She has led public engagement projects at leading international organizations, research think tanks, and government bodies in India including—Imagine Panaji Smart Cities in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Oxford Policy Management India, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, Centre for Policy Research, Centre for Civil Society, UNESCO, and Ministry of Education, Government of India.