Vaibhav Shrivastava is a Senior Project Associate with the GeoAnalytics Sustainable Cities team of World Resources Institute. He works on projects related to urban resilience and climate adaptation, using geospatial data analytics and modeling tools. Additionally, he contributes to stakeholder managements and user research within India.

Prior to joining WRI, Vaibhav Shrivastava gained extensive professional experience in the field of hydrology, remote sensing, and GIS (Geographic Information Systems). He worked as a research scientist at the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), ISRO, and as a consultant at the Flood Control Application Directorate of Central Water Commission (CWC) of India. During these roles, he contributed to various projects related to flood forecasting, water resource management, hydrological modeling, and the application of remote sensing in understanding environmental dynamics.

He holds a master’s degree in Remote Sensing and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) with a specialization in Water Resources. He completed his M.Tech from the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, ISRO, Dehradun. He has a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, and has published eleven research papers.

In his free time, Vaibhav enjoys exploring nature through hiking, bike rides, and photography. He is also passionate about teaching and has conducted workshops and seminars on remote sensing and GIS for students and professionals. Furthermore, he actively engages in social work and has organized many campaigns related to children's rights and women's empowerment.