Indonesia Researcher, WRI Indonesia
Muhamad Rizki is a Mobility and Transport Specialist at WRI Indonesia. In this role, he is involved in research and analysis on emission inventories and sustainable mobility, which supports some objectives of Cities4Forests projects in Indonesian cities. He is also involved as a researcher in the Electric Mobility implementation in Bali Province and Low Emission Zone (LEZ) awareness research in Jakarta where he is responsible for conducting research on the electric vehicle (EV) adoption and public support for LEZ implementation.
Before joining WRI Indonesia, he worked for nearly 3 years as a transport planner at the Ministry of National Development Planning. He also worked as a technical specialist for the Sustainable Urban Transport Improvement Project which was implemented by GIZ between 2015-2016. He also has experience in research on the topic of travel behavior with Parahyangan Catholic University and Bandung Institute of Technology.
He holds a Master’s degree in Highway Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Parahyangan Catholic University. He is a Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative program alumnus.
He’s enthusiastic about the issue of transport, ICT, and well-being and has published various papers on these topics. During this free time, he enjoys traveling and watching movies.