Director of Research Strategy and Innovation
Dr Venkatachalam Anbumozhi has published several books, authored numerous research articles and produced many project reports on resource management policies, energy infrastructure design, and private sector participation in Green Growth. Dr Anbumozhi was invited as a member of the APEC Expert Panel on Green Climate Finance and the ASEAN Panel for promoting climate-resilient growth. He has taught resource management, International cooperation and Development Finance at the University of Tokyo and has speaking engagements at some of the leading international organisations. He obtained his PhD from the University of Tokyo.
- Low-carbon Energy Systems
- Financing Green Growth
- Natural Resource Management
- Climate Change Adaptation
Diploma in Environmental Policy
PhD in Regional Economics and Planning
Diploma in Business Management
MEng in Environment, Resources and Development
BS in Agricultural Engineering
|2008 - 2013|
Senior Fellow & Capacity Building Specialist,
|2010 - 2011|
Member, APEC Study Group on Green Growth
|2010 - 2013|
Member, Advisory Board,
|2011 - 2012|
Special Advisor for Asian Productivity organization (APO)
|2008 - 2011|
Visiting Faculty: Graduate School of Public Policy (GSPP),
|2004 - 2008|
Project Manager & Senior Policy Researcher,
|2007 - 2008|
Consultant for United Nations Economic
|2004 - 2008|
Visiting Faculty, Department of International Studies,
|2005 - 2007|
Visiting Faculty, Faculty of International Studies, Kobe University
|1999 - 2004|
Assistant Professor, Department of International Studies,
Visiting Scholar, Foreign Agriculture Services (FAS),
|1999 - 2008|
Technical Adviser, Consulting Division,
|1995 - 1999|
Senior Development Expert, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
|1991 - 1992|
Research Associate, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand
Path to Paris: Why Should ASEAN Look Beyond Carbon Emissions?
How to Unlock the Potentials of ASEAN to Advance the SDG 2030 Agenda?
Is the United States Ceding the Climate and Clean Energy Leadership to China?
ADB at 50: Is it Ready to Face the New Challenges and Stay Relevant?
Four Narratives of ASEAN that Makes It Unique at 50
Professional Memberships, Awards and Honors, Specialized Training, etc.