Sunayana Ganguly is a political scientist specializing in environmental governance and sustainable consumption. She is the co-founder of the Climate Educator Network and a faculty member at Azim Premji University. She has a PhD from Freie University, MSc in development studies from LSE, and a BA in English literature from St. Stephens College. She worked in think tanks in India and Germany. She teaches and researches forests, environment governance, advocacy, and qualitative research methods. Her book Deliberating Environment Policy in India: Participation and the Role of Advocacy (2015) unpacks the dynamics of deliberation and collective action in the formulation of two environment policies.