Vaidehi is now based in Sydney, Australia, and covers Asia Pacific news for Eco-Business.
She has worked in Singapore's sustainability sector since 2008, in non-profit and government organisations. She has worked in various fields including corporate communications, policy research, and project management, and has overseen initiatives such as the Asian Environmental Journalism Awards (AEJA) 2012 and 2013, a research paper on reducing plastic bag use in Singapore, and a quarterly environmental newsletter.
In 2016, Vaidehi won a merit award for AEJA's Environmental Story of the Year category for her special report, Will climate change spark an Asian migrant crisis?
She is particularly interested in how sustainability intersects with behavioural change, inclusive growth, human rights, and gender equality.
Vaidehi studied Geography at the National University of Singapore, and Gender and International Development at the University of Warwick.