Chris Hyun comes from a decade of experience in South Asia, focused on water, pollution, culture, religion, and development, particularly in the Ganges River Basin. He has been involved with a variety of NGOs, working on income generation, education, watershed management, and river advocacy. Though he has a variety of interests in the water sector, Chris has recently completed a project on street-level bureaucracy of irregular water supply in Bangalore, India and is currently focusing on policy and planning of waterborne waste systems in small Indian cities. He has an M.A. from UC Berkeley and an M.Sc. from Banaras Hindu University. He is currently pursing a Ph.D. from the Energy and Resources Group at UC Berkeley. Chris enjoys writing and taking chai breaks with friends.