Anjali is a Programme Officer in the Waste & Sustainability team at Toxics Link and specialises in plastics and airborne microplastics in the context of the circular economy. With a background in atmospheric sciences, air pollution, and plant biology, she’s a skilled researcher with a scientific outlook. Her proficiency extends to aerosols, atmospheric boundary layers, and phytoremediation for pollutant removal. Beyond research, she’s also enthusiastic about teaching.

Anjali received her B.Sc. in Botany (H) from the University of Delhi in 2013. She completed her Bachelor’s in Education in 2014 from Amity University and went on to pursue a Master’s in Environmental Sciences from Maharshi Dayanand University in 2017. She thereafter worked as a Scientific Assistant at the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) for more than two years. Thereafter, she received the Department of Science and Technology
Fellowship to pursue her Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences from the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), CSIR. During her Ph.D. she worked on a collaborated project between Maharashtra Pollution Control Board and NPL on the analysis of variation of Atmospheric Boundary Layer using Sound Detection and Ranging ground remote sensor. Anjali loves to listen to music, travel to new places, and explore nature’s beauty.

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