Milind Kandlikar (PhD Carnegie Mellon, B.Tech IIT Bombay) is a Professor at the Liu Institute for Global Issues and Institute of Resources, Environment and Sustainability. His work focuses on the intersection of technology innovation, human development and the global environment. Dr. Kandlikar's current projects include cross-national comparisons of regulation of agricultural biotechnology; air quality in Indian cities; risks and benefits of nanotechnology; new technologies for sustainable transportation; and development and climate change. He has also published extensively on the science and policy of climate change.
Recent Journal Articles (2011-2013)
Saraswat, Arvind*, Joshua S. Apte,
Milind Kandlikar, Michael Brauer, Sarah B. Henderson, and Julian D. Marshall.
2013. “Spatiotemporal Land Use Regression Models of Fine, Ultrafine, and Black
Carbon Particulate Matter in New Delhi, India.” Environmental Science &
Technology 47 (22) (November 19)
Beaudrie, Christian E. H.*, Terre
Satterfield, Milind Kandlikar, and Barbara H. Harthorn. 2013. “Expert Views on
Regulatory Preparedness for Managing the Risks of Nanotechnologies.” PLoS
ONE 8 (11) (November 11): e80250.
Harish, Santosh M.*, Kaveri K.
Iychettira, Shuba V. Raghavan, and Milind Kandlikar. 2013. “Adoption of Solar
Home Lighting Systems in India: What Might We Learn from Karnataka?” Energy
Policy 62 (November): 697–706.
Brian J.*, Rogak S.,
and Kandlikar M. (2013) Characterization of Ultrafine Particulate Matter
from Traditional and Improved Biomass Cookstoves. Environmental Science
& Technology, 2013, 47 (7),3506–3512
Teehan, P*. and Kandlikar, M (2013). Comparing Embodied
Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Modern Computing and Electronics Products. Environmental Science &
Kandlikar M., Satterfield T. (2013). From Cradle-to-Grave at the
Nanoscale: Gaps in US Regulatory Oversight along the Nanomaterial Life
Cycle. Environmental Science & Technology 2013, 47
(11), pp 5524–5534
Harish, Santosh M.*, Shuba V.
Raghavan, Milind Kandlikar, and Gireesh Shrimali. 2013. “Assessing the Impact
of the Transition to Light Emitting Diodes Based Solar Lighting Systems in
India.” Energy for Sustainable Development 17 (4) (August): 363–370.
Grieshop, Andrew P., Daniel Boland, Conor CO
Reynolds, Brian Gouge, Joshua S. Apte, Steven N. Rogak, and Milind Kandlikar
(2012) Modeling Air Pollutant Emissions
from Indian Auto-rickshaws: Model Development and Implications for Fleet
Emission Rate Estimates. Atmospheric Environment, 50 (2012):
Kandlikar, M., Zerriffi H. (2011) IEG's Role in Evaluating Climate Financing—Response,
Science 16 March 2012: 1302-1303.
Teehan, Paul, and Milind Kandlikar (2012) Sources of Variation in Life Cycle
Assessments of Desktop Computers. Journal of Industrial Ecology 16,
no. s1 (2012): S182–S194
Kandlikar, M., Zerriffi H. (2011) Preparing to Manage Climate Change Financing,
Science 334, no. 6058
(November 18, 2011): 908 -909.
Zerriffi, H., Kandlikar, M. (2011) Who
participates in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Why: A
Quantitative Analysis of National Representation of Scientists in the IPCC, Global Environmental Change 21(4),
C., Grieshop, A., Reynolds, C., and Rogak, S., Kandlikar, M. (2011) Carbon
Nanotube and fullerene emissions from spark-ignited engines, Aerosol Science and Technology, 46(2),
K., Kandlikar, M. (2011) Land use and
second-generation biofuel feedstocks: Unconsidered
impacts of Jatropha biodiesel in Rajasthan, India, Energy Policy, 39(6), 3404-3413.
A., Kandlikar, M. (2011) Health and
Climate Benefits of Cook-stove Replacement Options, Energy Policy, 39(12), 7530-7542
Beaudrie, C.E.H., Kandlikar, M. (2011) Horses
for Courses: Risk Information and Decision Making In the Regulation of
Nanomaterials. Journal of Nanoparticle
Research, 13(4), 1477-1488.
Grieshop, A., Kandlikar, M. (2011)
Climate and health relevant emissions from in-use Indian three-wheelers fueled
by natural gas and gasoline, Environmental
Science & Technology:
45 (6), pp 2406–2412.
Kandlikar, M. and Badami, M.G. (2011)
Determinants of PM and GHG emissions from natural gas fueled auto-rickshaws in
Delhi, Transportation Research D –
Transport and Environment. 16(160-165)