Shivika Aggrawal is currently associated with Project Delta Lives (C3), Goethe-Institut, Germany as a Research Advisor. As a Civil Engineer, she has worked as a Project Assistant in the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research- Central Building Research Institute (CSIR-CBRI), Roorkee. A postgraduate in Master of Arts (Sociology) has received awards and appreciation for her works that are based at the intersection of Engineering, Environment, and Humanities. She is a Youth ki Awaaz Climate Action Fellow and has served (2020-21) Shobhit University, Gangoh as a Sociology Guest Lecturer.
Her ideas on De-sustainability In Himalayan Cryosphere, and Parampara [Traditions] to SDGs have been recognized for their novelty by Divecha Centre for Climate Change (IISc, Bangalore), Global Landscape Forum (Germany), and other institutes of repute. Recently, she received a NEWAVE scholarship to present her work on water literacy at the Delft International Conference on Socio-Hydrology. An avid learner of new things, she keeps herself engaged in new and diverse projects.