As a part of the 2022 ADI cohort, Raunaq explored how AI can tackle climate change and help in applications to support sustainable development. Currently, he works as a research fellow at Equitech Futures to help use satellite data in combination with AI tools to offer a path forward for standardized, affordable, and easy-to-use - monitoring, reporting, and verification of the carbon credit market.
Additionally, he is pursuing a master's from the Technical University of Munich in sustainable management and technology (2024). He has previously been a Young India Fellow and worked in management consulting after his bachelor's from the Kelley School of Business.
While he enjoys trying new cuisines, he is also passionate about cooking and growing the food that gives us all subsistence. He is fascinated by technology and how we can use it to make the future more equitable and sustainable.