About ICF
Neha Vaingankar
Senior Climate Change and Sustainability Analyst
Neha is a greenhouse gas accountant and corporate sustainability planning professional.

Neha aids a wide variety of federal, municipal, and private clients through quantitative skills and expertise on greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories, corporate sustainability strategy, and waste management.

Since joining us in 2016, Neha has specialized in emissions from the electric power sector of fluorinated greenhouse gas (F-GHG) emissions. She supports the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) public-private partnership with the electric power systems industry, managing F-GHG emissions reported to the U.S. national GHG registry and compiling emissions estimates for the U.S. national GHG inventory.

Neha has a wide variety of experience in waste management and lifecycle assessment. She assists in compiling waste incineration emissions for the U.S. national GHG inventory and the waste sector GHG emission estimation for state and local inventories following the Greenhouse Gas Protocol for Cities and Communities. She updates several lifecycle assessment tools for waste management, including the EPA’s Waste Reduction Model. Neha has provided expertise on corporate GHG inventories and target-setting for companies’ financial services, home entertainment, and online sales sectors.

Education
  • MPA, Environmental Science and Policy, Columbia University
  • B.A., Environmental Science, Scripps College