Dr. Subramanyam is Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning in the Faculty of Arts & Science. Dr. Subramanyam’s research examines just approaches to plan and govern drinking and stormwater water infrastructures in the face of rapid urbanization and the growing impacts of climate change. She also investigates urban governance and the politics of planning in cities of the Global South. At their core, all her projects interrogate how planning processes reflect and reinforce the status quo in moments of transition and how different social groups contest inequalities and transform planning at such moments to create just and sustainable futures. Dr. Subramanyam teaches classes on environmental planning and climate justice and is co-leading a research project examining the planning of just stormwater solutions for flood-resilient Toronto.