Dr. Fazilda Nabeel teaches courses on the Business Case for Climate Action as visiting faculty at the Suleman Dawood School of Business LUMS. Dr. Nabeel is also the Provincial Coordinator for the Ministry of Climate Change and United Nation’s Living Indus Initiative for the ecological restoration of the Indus Basin. She completed her Ph.D in Development Studies from the University of Sussex (UK) with a research focus on the political ecology of groundwater (non) governance in the Indus Basin of Pakistan. Fazilda has consulted widely for the Government of Pakistan and international development organisations on a breadth of policy issues in the climate and water governance space with a particular focus on climate and water justice.

Nabeel, F. & Chaudhry, T. (2013). Microinsurance in Pakistan: Progress, Problems, and Prospects. Lahore Journal of Economics, 18 (Special Edition (E)), 335-374.

Nabeel, F. & Cheema, M. (2021). Pakistan's Transboundary Water Challenge, Published. Water Resources of Pakistan, Springer.

Nabeel, F. (2021). Groundwater Crisis: A Crisis of Governance?, Published. Water Resources of Pakistan, Springer.

Nabeel, F. (2017). Pakistan National Human Development Report 2017, UNDP, Published. Education for Human Development of Youth in Pakistan, UNDP research monograph, Pakistan.

Nabeel, F. (2015). Education for All in South Asia, Published. Human Development in South Asia 2015: The Economy and the People, Mahbub ul Haq Human Development Center.

Nabeel, F. (2014). Urban Challenges and Socioeconomic Disparities, Published. Human Development in South Asia 2014: Urbanization Challenges and Opportunities, Mahbub ul Haq Human Development Center.

Nabeel, F. (2013). Transboundary Water Resource Management in South Asia, Published. Human Development in South Asia 2013: Water for Human Development, Mahbub ul Haq Human Development Center.

Nabeel, F. (2018). Farmer Adaptations to Groundwater Degradation in Pakistan's Punjab: Internalising Water Injustice?. Development Studies Association Conference at University of Manchester, London, United Kingdom.

Nabeel, F. (2018). The Place of Groundwater in the making of a colonial Hydrology: Punjab in the 19th and 20th Century. Dimensions of Political Conference at University of Kentucky, USA, USA, United States of America.

Nabeel, F. (2015). Challenges to the Indus Regime. Case Paper Presentation at Water Diplomacy Workshop, USA, United States of America.