Ms. LIN Yanmei is an Associate Professor of Law at Vermont Law School and Associate Director of the U.S.-Asia Partnerships for Environmental Law at VLS.
Bio: Dr. Jun Bi is the distinguished Professors in Cheung Kong Scholars. He is former dean of School of The Environment, Nanjing University. Dr.
Mr. Charles Reynolds leads the Environment, Science, Technology and Health Unit at the U.S. Consulate General Shanghai. He previously worked in the Department of State’s Bureau of Energy Resources where he was an assistant to the Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Policy.
Bio: MA Jun directed the compilation works of the first nonprofit Chinese water pollution database called “China Water Pollution Map”, which provides information of the water quality, pollutant discharge and pollution source of over 300 prefecture-level divisions from 31 provincial administration
Dr. Roger von Haefen will come to DKU and give us a talk. He is an associate professor at North Carolina State University and a co-editor in chief of the leading peer-review journal in environmental economics, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
Dawei Cheng is Professor of the School of Economics at Renmin University and Vice Dean of the OBOR Research Institute. She is also Dean of the MA program on international business and an expert on international trade policy and China's foreign trade relations.The One Belt, One Road initiative addresses international investment issues.
Abstract: In China’s authoritarian context, the grassroots environmental protests, despite their substantial growth in the past decade
Dr. Patrick S. Ward is a research fellow with the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) based in Washington, DC.
Richard Ebstein is Professor in the Psychology Department at the National University of Singapore.
Jingbo Cui is an Associate Professor in School of Economics and Management, Wuhan University.