India Clean Air Connect aims to help unlock barriers to air quality action in India at scale
Our goal is to support greater coordination, & collaboration across people working on air quality from diverse expertise and geographies
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India Clean Air Connect is a response to air quality convenings hosted by the India Climate Collaborative, Clean Air Fund, ClimateWorks Foundation and Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation in 2019 and 2020.
India's air pollution is not limited to one city or one source
Solving for India's air pollution crisis means:
Aligning efforts across different disciplines to address multiple sources of pollution
Improving air quality in all 124 non-attainment cities, 73 polluted industrial clusters and more
Amplifying and strengthening existing efforts and networks
124 Non-attainment cities
73 Critically polluted industrial clusters
If your work seeks to improve India’s air quality through communication, advocacy, research, policy change, planning, litigation, community engagement or market-based solutions, join #IndiaCleanAirConnect
We are looking for an Architect / Urban Designer with a background in community design and experience in handling public space, and street design projects.
- Bachelor's degree in architecture/urban design, and a master's degree in urban design is a plus
- 1-3 years of experience in executing public space projects (parks and open spaces, markets, streets, etc.)
- Experience in anchoring participatory design methods and processes is a plus.
- Strong organizational, creative, and presentation skills
- A high level of proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop), AutoCAD, SketchUp, Rhino, and Revit. Knowledge of website development and other video editing software for communication is a plus.
- Experience working on interdisciplinary projects.
About the organisation
What is the problem we face today?
Urban growth has become synonymous with environmental degradation.
Our cities are struggling to tackle the crisis of air pollution, water scarcity, water pollution and managing waste.
How do we break down the complexity and scale of these issues so that we can better negotiate our individual needs towards building a sustainable collective future?