Dipti got her Masters at ERG in 2008. Since then, she went back to India working with communities displaced by dams. She also fought for water justice in California, working with Native American tribes on access to water for traditional ceremonies and with Latino farmworkers across the California Central Coast on access to clean drinking water. Since early 2012 she is Climate Justice and Energy Program coordinator with Friends of the Earth International based at Justiça Ambiental (Friends of the Earth Mozambique). She continues to fight for justice for all peoples, especially for the most vulnerable who did nothing to create the climate crisis.
- Carbon Markets at COP25, Madrid: A Threat to People, Politics and Planet
- People Power Now: An Energy Manifesto
- Decade Zero: Demanding Rapid and Bold Action to Address the Root Causes of Climate Change
- Good Energy, Bad Energy? Transforming our Energy System for People and the Planet