Zenab Naseem

Zenab Naseem is the Office Manager at CREB. Along with her various administrative responsibilities she also actively pursues her research interests which are in the areas of energy, ecology and environmental pollution. Some of her published work explores the socioeconomic and environmental viability of solar energy, based on a case study of the Soan Valley Development Program. Her other work looks at the repercussions of the correlation between the climate change, in particular diurnal ranges of temperature and humidity, and rate of dengue transmission in Lahore. Her current work investigates the impact of the climate change on one of the endangered birds – vultures – which hold an important ecological and social significance.

Ecological and Social significance of Vultures and its extinction

Journal Articles

Assessing the Viability of Solar Water Pumps Economically, Socially and Environmentally in Soan Valley, Punjab (with Sadia Imran) International Journal of Environmental and Ecological Engineering, Vol:10, No:6, 2016

Climate Change and Dengue Transmission in Lahore (with Sadia Imran), 19th International Conference on Environmental, Biological and Ecological Science and Engineering, 2017

Assessing the Viability of Solar Water Pumps Economically, Socially and Environmentally in Soan Valley, Punjab (with Sadia Imran) 18th International Conference on Environmental, Biological and Ecological Science and Engineering, 2016