Pallavi Pant is an air quality scientist and has worked on air pollution and health issues including research and public engagement projects for the past decade. She is a Staff Scientist at the Health Effects Institute and serves as the social media editor for the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. She holds a PhD in environmental health from the University of Birmingham, UK, and MSc in Environmental Studies from TERI School of Advanced Studies, India. In 2013, Pallavi started a platform focused on air quality issues in India. Find her on Twitter.
Anobha Gurung is an environmental health scientist who has worked on issues related to air pollution and health in Nepal for the last ten years. She holds a Master’s in Environmental Science and Ph.D. in Environmental Health from Yale University in the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Her research focuses on exposure assessment and human health burden associated with air pollution in growing cities in South Asia like Kathmandu, Nepal. Find her on Twitter.