Bishal Baniya

1Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF), University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Mr. Baniya is a PhD student at Institute for Sustainable Future (ISF), University of Technology Sydney, Australia. His PhD is focussed on understanding and analysing resource productivity, economic competitiveness and decoupling in least developed countries of South Asia. Prior to starting his PhD, Mr. Baniya completed master degree in energy and environmental engineering from Sweden and was extensively engaged in technical and policy related programs and projects in Asia, most notably working with Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) based in Seoul, South Korea. Back in 2015, Mr. Baniya was awarded with a prestigious Green Talent Award from Federal Ministry of Education and research of Germany for his research on solar water heating system for small-sized dyeing industries in Nepal. 

In addition to doing a PhD research, Mr. Baniya is an employee of New South Wales (NSW) government agency – Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) based in Sydney, where he is managing and leading projects to implement Government Resource Efficiency Policy (GREP) of NSW government. 

Mr. Baniya is a PhD student at Institute for Sustainable Future (ISF), University of Technology Sydney, Australia. His PhD is focussed on understanding and analysing resource productivity, economic competitiveness and decoupling in least developed countries of South Asia. Prior to starting his PhD, Mr. Baniya completed master degree in energy and environmental engineering from Sweden and was extensively engaged in technical and policy related programs and projects in Asia, most notably working with Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) based in Seoul, South Korea. Back in 2015, Mr. Baniya was awarded with a prestigious Green Talent Award from Federal Ministry of Education and research of Germany for his research on solar water heating system for small-sized dyeing industries in Nepal. 

In addition to doing a PhD research, Mr. Baniya is an employee of New South Wales (NSW) government agency – Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) based in Sydney, where he is managing and leading projects to implement Government Resource Efficiency Policy (GREP) of NSW government.