Shloka Nath

About Shloka Nath
  • Executive Director, India Climate Collaborative
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Shloka Nath is currently Head, Sustainability and Special Projects, at the Tata Trusts. In this role, Shloka leads the organization’s climate, energy and environment work, implementing and funding sustainable and scalable solutions that help both people and nature thrive through India. Shloka is also the Executive Director, of the India Climate Collaborative, an India-led platform founded in 2018 by a group of philanthropies interested in continuing to accelerate India’s development, while also exceeding its climate goals. She is Vice President, on the Board of the Bombay Natural History Society, founded in 1883, it is one of the largest non-governmental organisations in India engaged in conservation and biodiversity research.

Prior to this, Shloka co-founded and was Managing Partner, Sankhya Women Impact Funds, India’s first women’s investor funds that focused on early stage enterprises impacting women. She is also the author of a book on Wildlife in India and a Senior Advisor to the World Wilderness Congress.

Shloka is an active angel investor in social enterprises and has mentored organisations across sectors. She has spent over a decade in print and broadcast journalism with the BBC in London, New Delhi Television, and Forbes with a special emphasis on sustainability and financial inclusion.

In 2010, Shloka was nominated for India's highest awards in journalism for her reportage on microfinance in India. In 2014, Shloka served as Campaign Manager for Meera Sanyal, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Candidate for Mumbai (South), for India's General Elections.

Shloka has a Master in Public Policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and a BSc in Government from The London School of Economics and Political Science.

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Using Collaboratives and Networks to Support Climate Solutions

2020 06 10

This session will include Special Highlight: Aeshnina A. Aqilani, Co-Captain, River Warrior, Indonesia. Global warming is the most urgent challenge we face, and the changes required to deliver solutions will come not from individuals or one organisation but from Collective…Read More



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