2021绿色能源转型国际研讨会2021 Green Energy Transition International Workshop
按出场先后排序 In Order of Appearance
PENG Bin, Deputy Secretary-General of the Chinese Society for Environmental Sciences. He is the former Economic Affairs Officer of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP). He has extensive experience in environmental and sustainable development, including China-ASEAN environmental cooperation, the Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET), the Greater Mekong Subregion Economic Cooperation (GMS), the Greater Tumen Initiative (GTI), the Tripartite Environment Ministers Meeting (TEMM), North-East Asian Ssbregiona Programme For Environmental Cooperation (NEASPEC), the United Nations Northwest Pacific Action Plan (NOWPAP) etc., and has lead various reseach projects for international and China domestic organizations, such as UNEP and MEE.
Dr. LIU Qiang is the Director of Programs, China, Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF). Dr. Liu has been doing research on climate change and energy policy since 2001. Before join CIFF, he was the professor and director of Strategy and Planing Department, National Centre for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC) from 2012 to 2019, and worked in the Energy Research Institute (ERI), National Development and Reform Commission from 2001 to 2012. He participated in drafting national climate change plans, actions and related policies for many times and attended UNFCCC negotiation as a key member of Chinese
Manish Bapna, President and Chief Executive Officer of NRDC. During his 25-year career, Bapna’s leadership roles have focused on designing sustainable development strategies that are equitable, durable, and scalable. Before joining NRDC, he used to serve as executive vice president and managing director of the World Resources Institute (WRI) for more than 14 years, the executive director of the Bank Information Center (BIC), a strategy consultant for McKinsey & Company. Bapna also holds affiliations with the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, Meridian Institute, and Open Government Partnership.
He has made important contributions to the study of my country's energy strategy and the promotion of sustainable energy development. He is currently the deputy director of the National Energy Expert Advisory Committee; he has made outstanding contributions to my country's response to climate change at home and abroad. He is currently an advisor to the National Climate Change Expert Committee; He initiated the "No-Waste City" pilot program and is currently the Director of the National Expert Committee on Pilot-Free City Construction.
Du Xiangwan, former Vice President and Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering and senior Scientific Advisor of Chinese Academy of Engineering Physics. His expertise lies in applied physics, intense laser technology and energy strategy. He graduated from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute of the USSR in 1964 and was elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering in 1997. He served as vice president of the Chinese Academy of Engineering in 2002, and as foreign member of the Russian National Academy of Engineering in 2006. He has presided over the research on the diagnostic theory of nuclear tests and the precision of neutron science of nuclear weapons in China. He was the chief scientist of the laser expert group of the National 863 Program and was one of the pioneers of the research on new strong lasers in China. Du has made important contributions to China's energy strategy research and sustainable energy development and is currently the deputy director of the National Energy Expert Advisory Committee. He has made outstanding contributions to China's response to climate change both domestically and abroad and is currently the advisor of the National Climate Change Expert Committee. He advocated the pilot project of "zero-waste city" and is currently the director of the National Waste-free City Construction. He is the director of the Zero Waste City” Pilot Consultation Expert Committee. In 2000, he was awarded the Ho Leung Ho Lee Award for Scientific and Technological Progress.
Wang Yi, member of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People's Congress, member of the Environment and Resources Committee, deputy Director-General of the Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and Director of the Institute of Sustainable Development. He is also the head and chief scientist of the Sustainable Development Strategy Research Group of CAS, head and professor of the Department of Sustainable Development in the School of Public Policy and Management of CAS University, member of the National Expert Committee on Climate Change, member of the Inter-ministerial Expert Advisory Committee on Circular Economy, member of the National Expert Committee on Ecological Environmental Protection, and co-leader of the Policy Research Group on the topic of Global Climate Governance and China's Contribution of the National Cooperation Council. He is also the Vice Chairman of the International Organization for Standardization Climate Change Coordinating Committee, independent advisor of the Climate Program of the Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), and board member and advisor of more than ten domestic and international organizations, academic groups and foundations involved in the fields of environment, energy and climate change. With more than 30 years of research experience in the field of sustainable development, Wang is currently engaged in research on ecological civilization system, green transformation development strategy, climate change policy and low carbon planning, integrated watershed management, resource and environment policy, and national park system reform.
Wang Jinnan, male, born in July 1963, is a native of Wuyi, Zhejiang Province. He researches the field of environmental planning and management. He obtained Ph.D. from Tsinghua University in 1986. He is Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, director of Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning (CAEP), Ministry of Ecology and Environment, head of the State Key Laboratory of Environmental Planning and Policy Simulation, member of National People's Congress Environment Protection and Resources Conservation Committee, member of the Standing Committee of the Chinese Peasants' and Workers' Democratic Party and deputy chairman of the Beijing Municipal Committee. He has held more than 20 academic positions, including Chairman of the Global Association of Chinese Environmental Experts, Deputy Director of the National Environmental Damage Assessment Committee, Executive Director of the Chinese Society of Environmental Sciences, and Senior Advisor of the International Commission for the Protection of Natural Resources. He is one of the engineering talents among the first batch of the national “Thousand Talents Program” and national science and technology leaders in environmental protection. He has presided over the completion of more than 20 national environmental protection plans, including the Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution and the Ecological and Environmental Protection Plan for the Xiongan New Area, and has built an environmental quality engineering management system that runs through environmental zoning, emission reduction decisions, performance management and impact assessment, designed policy schemes such as environmental protection tax, emissions trading, ecological compensation and green GDP accounting, and has contributed to the establishment of a national environmental planning system and led the research on environmental planning and environmental economics. He has published more than 300 papers and 11 books, including Environmental Planning and Environmental Economics. He has received 4 national science and technology progress awards and 18 ministerial (provincial) level science and technology awards, the China Youth Science and Technology Award, the Earth Award (Sweden) and the Green China Person of the Year Special Award.
Having worked as the Chief Engineer and subsequently the Deputy Director of the National Energy Administration during the period from 2008 to 2013, WU Yin is an Academic Advisor at the China Energy Research Society, Board Chair of the China Coal Economic Research Institute, and a doctoral supervisor at the China University of Mining and Technology. Experienced in administration of the coal industry and general energy planning, he also serves as the head of the 14th FYP National Energy Planning Expert Committee.
李俊峰先生作为红杉资本碳中和研究院院长，中国能源研究会常务理事，国 家应对气候变化战略研究和国际合作中心的高级顾问，同时也是该中心的首任主 任，长期从事能源经济和能源环境理论的研究，先后组织并主持了我国可再生能 源法、国家中长期能源规划的起草工作，参与了国家中长期科技发展纲要、能源 法草案、国家应对气候变化方案等重要文件的研究和起草工作。组织过中国能源 发展战略问题研究、中国低碳发展宏观战略问题研究等重大国家发展战略研究课 题。李俊峰先生于 2017 年 1 月被授予第九届扎耶德未来能源终身成就奖。此外， 他还曾担任国家能源咨询委员、国家高技术专家委员会委员，以及北京市、上海 市、山西省人民政府低碳发展顾问等。他现在仍担任国家气候变化专家委员会委 员、国家生态环境保护专家委员会委员等。
Mr. Li Junfeng is the Chair of the Sequoia Capital Carbon Neutrality Research Institute, a standing member of the China Energy Research Society, a Senior Advisor and the first Director of the National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC). An experienced researcher of energy economics and energy and environment theory, he organized and led the drafting processes for China’s Renewable Energy Law and the Mid- to Long-Term National Plan for Energy Development. He also participated in the research and drafting of other important documents such as Outline of the Mid- to Long-Term National Plan for Science and Technology Development, a draft of China’s Energy Law, and the China National Plan for Tackling Climate Change. Mr. Li also organized major research project on national development strategies such as the study on China’s energy development strategy and the study on China’s macro strategy on low-carbon development. In January 2017, he was awarded the Zayed Future Energy Prize for Lifetime Achievement. Further, he has served as a member of the Expert Advisory Committee, National Energy Commission, a member of the National High Technology Expert Committee, and a low-carbon development for local governments of Beijing Municipality, Shanghai Municipality, and Shanxi Province. Mr. Li is currently a member of the National Climate Change Expert Committee as well as the National Ecology and Environment Protection Expert Committee.
戴丹霓是英国驻华使馆Happy Diverse Network和性别平等小组的主要负责人，英国外交发展部性别包容倡议发起人之一，并且领导外交发展部Women’s Local Network Chapter.
Danae Dholakia, BRITISH EMBASSY BEIJING,
MINISTER COUNSELLOR, PROSPERITY
Danae has been the Minister Counsellor Prosperity Beijing since October 2018.
This role covers engagement with China on Energy and Climate Change, Health, Science and Technology, Research and Innovation, and aspects of regulatory diplomacy; all of which are supported by programming. Danae is also responsible for the China Outreach Network, whose officers are based throughout China, and whom engage at regional, provincial and local levels.
Prior to that Danae Dholakia was the UK’s Special Envoy to the Great Lakes of Africa and the Head of Southern and Central Africa Department at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
During her 19-year Foreign & Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO) career, she has also worked as Political Counsellor in Pretoria; Deputy Director of Eastern Europe and Central Asia Directorate; Deputy-Director on Counter-Terrorism issues in the Home Office; on NATO; on the EU in Brussels; and on UN and Environmental issues. Before joining the FCO, Danae worked in the NGO sector in Eastern and Central Africa for 7 years.
Danae has a Master’s degree in Environmental Science. She speaks Mandarin and is fascinated by Chinese history and culture.
In addition, Danae is the Happy Diverse Network and Gender Champion for UK in China, as well as a Gender Inclusion Sponsor for the Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office. Danae is also Head of the FCDO Women’s Local Network Chapter.
YUN Sun-Jin, Co-Chairperson of 2050 Carbon Neutrality Commission of Republic of Korea, Professor, Graduate School of Environmental Studies of Seoul National University. In May 2021, Prof. YUN Sun-Jin was appointed as the Co-Chairperson of 2050 Carbon Neutrality Commission of Republic of Korea. 2050 Carbon Neutrality Commission of Republic of Korea was established in May 2021, as Republic of Korea announced 2050 Carbon Neutrality goal in late 2020, to propose Korea’s ‘2050 Carbon Neutrality Scenario’ and ‘2030 Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC)’, and to collect opinions from diverse parties of interest (e.g. - industries, civil societies, labor, etc.) by providing forum for discussions periodically.
Prof.Yun earned her Ph.D. at University of Delaware, major in Environmental and Energy Policy, and has dedicated most of her career to promoting sustainable development and addressing environmental issues through vigorous research, lecturing, social activities.
Before assuming the role of Co-Chairperson of 2050 Carbon Neutrality Commission, Prof.Yun previously served in various positions at Government’s Committees, including Ex-Chairperson of Sustainable Development Committee, Ex-Chairperson of Korea Energy Information Culture Agency, etc.
Dr. Alexander Fisher is Director for Sino-German Cooperation on Climate Change (SGCCC) at the GIZ China. His portfolio includes a variety of bilateral projects work in the field of climate change, low carbon development, carbon market mechanism, and non-CO2 emissions, while additionally it includes the coordination mechanisms for regional and global projects on climate change and biodiversity funded by the German government under the International Climate Initiative. Dr. Fisher is also Advisor for the Climate Governance Special Policy Study Group at the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED), and Member for LEDS GP Steering Committee and Climate Transparency Steering Committee.
CAO Dong, the Chief Expert of Chinese Academy of Environmental Planning of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment. He is expert in environmental economics and environmental management research, especially in the comprehensive forecast and simulation of environmental economics, environmental measurement analysis, environmental economic accounting, environmental performance evaluation. CAO Dong has led a variety of national scientific and technological research projects and participated in the preparation of the national five-year plans for environmental protection and other regulatory papers for key regions and industries .
Bai Rongchun, former director of the Department of Resource Conservation and Environmental Protection and the Department of Industry Planning of the State Economic and Trade Commission, inspector of the Energy Bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission, and deputy director of the National Energy Expert Advisory Committee. Currently he serves as the advisor of the National Technical Committee on Energy Infrastructure and Management of the Standardization Administration.
JIANG Liping, Vice president of State Grid Energy Research Institute (SGERI).
Ms. JIANG Liping has been engaged in consultancy on strategy, planning and policies in energy and power sector for years, with plentiful experience on power and energy related technical economics, market reform, renewable energy, as well as comprehensive development strategies of China’s power sector in the long run. She is consultant of NDRC, MOST, NEA and other related authorities of China. She is also council member of CHINA ENERGY RESEARCH SOCIETY (CERS) and vice chairman of it’s Energy System Engineering Technical Committee, vice chairman of Concentrating Solar Power Technical Committee of CHINESE SOCIETY FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (CSEE), member of Advisory Council of ENERGY SYSTEMS INTEGRATION GROUP(ESIG) , as well as Vice-Chairman of IEEE PES Technical Committee Power System Operation, Planning & Economics Committee - China Satellite Committee, and Chairman of it’s Energy & Power System Technological Economics Subcommittee.
Wang Yutao, Secretary-General and Chief Engineer of China Cement Association and professor-level senior engineer. He graduated from Shandong Institute of Building Materials Industry, and he has been engaged in cement production technology research and engineering design and construction work in China General Research Institute of Building Materials Science for a long time. In 2008, he joined China Cement Association and started industry technology development, technology management, promoting energy saving and emission reduction in the industry, etc. In 2019, he became the Secretary General of China Cement Association.
FENG Chao, Party Committee Secretary and Director of the China Steel Development Research Institute. Before, he served as the vice president of the China Metallurgical Information and Standardization Institute, the president of the World Metals. He is experienced in standardization research, newspaper editing, etc.
Currently FENG Chao and his team are working on low-carbon economy, low-carbon technology and green finance in the steel industry, providing intellectual support for supervisory authorities, research institutions, steel industries, and financial institutions. Meanwhile, he also undertakes the policy preparation for steel industry achieving carbon peaking. Feng Chao enjoys special allowance from the State Council.
Zhang Shaoqiang, male, born in July 1963, PhD, professor-level senior engineer. He is currently the chairman of China Coal Processing and Utilization Association (CCPUA), a member of World Coal Processing Congress (ICPC) China, the director of Clean Coal and Comprehensive Utilization Department of China Coal Industry Association, the director of Coal Processing Branch of China Coal Industry Association and the power generation branch of China Coal Processing and Utilization Association. He has been committed to promoting clean and efficient utilization of coal for a long time, and his achievements have been adopted by governmental documents for many times, including: policy recommendations on clean and efficient utilization of coal and "Guidance on the development of coal-power linkage".
TIAN Zhiyu, the Executive Director of the Energy Sustainable Development Research Center at the Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). He has abundant experience of energy conservation and energy efficiency, energy strategy, and climate change. He has played a key role in drafting policies, strategies, and plans regarding energy production and consumption, energy efficiency, emissions reduction, and climate change. His excellent work was published and awarded by major government agencies and think tanks in China, and his internal reference reports were approved by the Central Committee and the State Council.
CHAI Qimin is the Chief of the Strategic Planning Research Section, National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC), a Part-time Researcher at the Research Center for Contemporary Management (RCCM) of Tsinghua University, and the Deputy Chief of the Green Finance and Sustainable Development Research Center at the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE). A guest professor at the UIBE and the Guizhou Institute of Technology, he has also been a visiting scholar at Stanford University and a member of the Global Climate Strategy Committee. For many years, he participated in UN climate change negotiations as a member of the Chinese government delegation. He is also the primary author for many of China’s key policy documents on emission reduction, China’s intended nationally determined contribution, China’s climate response plans, etc. For his research achievements, he has received several national and ministry-level awards.
Mr. Zhang Xiaohua, Chief Representative of the ClimateWorks Foundation Beijing Office. He received his Ph.D in nuclear engineering from Tsinghua University in 1999. In the last twenty years, he was deeply engaged in the international negotiation on climate change and conducted various studies on relevant issues in that area. He has rich experiences and knowledge with regard to international climate change negotiations. Prior to the current position, he was the senior policy advisor on climate change and South-South Cooperation in the Executive Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations since 2015. Before joining the EOSG, he was the director of International Cooperation Department of the National Centre for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation in China. In 2007-2012, he worked in the UNFCCC secretariat and was one of the key members in providing supports to the negotiation of the Bali Action Plan in particular on issues of technology transfer and finance. From 1999-2007, he was assistant researcher in the Institute of Nuclear Energy Technology of Tsinghua University focusing on energy system analysis and climate change mitigation polices. From 2003-2006 and 2012-2015, he was member of Chinese Delegate to the UNFCCC.
YUAN Jin is a Professor and Doctoral Supervisor at the College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology (TUT) and the Executive Chair of the TUT Environmental Innovation Research Institute. He is a member of the Standing Committee of Shanxi Provincial People’s Congress, an academic and technology leader in the province, and a high-level expert in regular contact with the provincial Party committee. Previously the Chief of Shanxi Provincial Center for Ecological and Environmental Studies and Chief of the provincial Solid Waste Management Center, he has extensive experience in studies on environmental planning and policy, climate change response, energy, and low-carbon policy, as well as environmental impact assessment.
HANG Shuanzhu is a counselor of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region People’s Government, Chief of the Inner Mongolia University (IMU) Strategy and Planning Research Center. A Research Professor at the IMU, he is a recognized younger expert with distinguished contribution and receives special expert allowances from the State Council. Previously, he has worked as the Deputy Head of the Economic Research Institute of Inner Mongolia Planning Committee, Deputy Head of the Inner Mongolia Center for Economic Information (Inner Mongolia Economic and Social Development Research Center), Head and Party Chief of the Inner Mongolia Development Research Center, member of the leading Party group of Inner Mongolia Development and Reform Commission and Director of the Inner Mongolia Development Research Center, and President and Party Chief of the Inner Mongolia Federation of Social Sciences. Additionally, Mr. Hang is an expert at various think tanks and a part-time professor at different higher education institutions including the Inner Mongolia University. Having published extensively, he also led major award-winning research projects and was responsible for the drafting of key policy documents for the Inner Mongolia government.
XU Chongqing is the Chief of Shandong Academy of Sciences Ecology Division. His research focuses on energy transition, climate change response, and green low-carbon development strategy and policy. He participated in all stages of the management of energy use amount and intensity as well as the reduction of coal consumption, supporting coal control work across the province. Mr. Xu led key research including Shandong Provincial Industry Plan on Green Development, Shandong Provincial Carbon Peaking Action Plan, providing important suggestions to the carbon peaking and carbon neutrality efforts in Shandong Province. He received various national and provincial awards for his work.
1993年起在《南华早报》工作，期间研究中国环境问题，并于1999年出版专著《中国水危机》。2004年入选耶鲁大学世界学人项目（Yale World Fellows Program）。
MA Jun, Founding Director, Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE)
Ma Jun began his career in 1993 working for the South China Morning Post, where his research on China’s environmental problems spurred him to publish the 1999 book China’s Water Crisis. In 2004 he was selected as a Yale World Fellow. In 2006, Ma Jun founded the non-profit organization the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE) in Beijing, China.
Ma Jun has led the development and launch of China’s first environmental public database, the China Pollution Map, as well as the Blue Map (Weilan Ditu), a mobile app that helps the public use “micro-reports” against environmental violations and polluting rivers, facilitate garbage sorting and recycling, as well as promoting biodiversity conservation. The green supply chain and green finance program and public supervision he and colleagues initiated has motivated more than 16,000 companies to openly address their violation problems or disclose emissions data. Ma Jun led the development of Dynamic Environmental Credit Risk Assessment, which enables major banks and financial institutions to help with green recovery after the pandemic through solid green finance practice. Most recently, he and his team are developing digital solutions to promote carbon disclosure and facilitate regional carbon peak and carbon neutrality.
In 2006, he was awarded as China’s “Green Person of the Year” and was named as one of TIME Magazine’s World’s 100 Most Influential People. Ma was also honored with the Magsaysay Award in 2009 and Goldman Prize in 2012 for his environmental protection work in China, as well as the 2015 Skoll Foundation Award for Social Entrepreneurship for his innovative approach to address China’s pollution problems. In 2019, Ma was invited as a Special Observer by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment in China.
Dr. MA Jun is the Founder and President of Institute of Finance and Sustainability (based in Beijing). He is also Co-director of Macro and Green Finance Laboratory at Peking University and the Chairman of Green Finance Committee of China Society for Finance and Banking, Co-Chair of G20 Sustainable Finance Study Group, and Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the Green Investment Principles for the Belt & Road.
Dr. Yang Fuqiang is Senior Advisor of Climate Change and Energy Transition Program (CCETP), Institute of Energy at Beijing University. As an expert on climate change and energy, he has worked on China’s sustainable energy strategy and policy for more than 4 decades, and researched extensively on energy savings in building, industrial, and transportation sectors, low carbon cities, electricity and renewable energy, as well as climate change. Prior to joining CCETP, he was Senior Advisor on Energy, Environment and Climate Change at the Natural Resources Defense Council. Dr. Yang was the Director of Global Climate Solutions at WWF International Headquarter, and Vice President of Energy Foundation and Chief Representative of Energy Foundation Beijing Office. Before 2000, Dr. Yang worked with the State Planning Commission’s Energy Research Institute in China, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory In USA. Dr. Yang received his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering at West Virginia University in the United States and his B.S. in Physics at Jilin University in China.
Hongfeng Xu is Deputy Dean of the International Institute of Green Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics, Researcher of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Deputy Secretary-General of the Green Securities Committee of the China Securities Industry Association, Deputy Secretary-General of the Investment and Financing Committee of the China Environmental Protection Industry Association, Rajawali Visiting Scholar of Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Visiting scholar, and Ford Foundation International Scholar.
She earned her doctoral degree from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and completed postdoctoral study at Tsinghua University. Her research is focused on energy political economy and green finance. Furthermore, she hosted several national-level projects such as a project of the National Social Science Fund of China. Over the past several years, she has drafted more than ten internal reference reports which were adopted by the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and the General Office of the State Council. She also participated in the green finance planning, green finance development research, and green finance product and service innovation in the first group of green finance reform and innovation pilot zones in Xiongan, Quzhou, Ganjiang, and Huadu in China. In addition, she presided over the research projects of green finance and energy investment and financing of NRDC, Energy Foundation, and Danish KR Foundation.
Zuogang Peng, Senior Economist, is General Manager of the Credit Management Department of Postal Savings Bank of China. He earned Master of Economics from Renmin University of China. He used to be the president of the Dalian branch of Postal Savings Bank of China, the party secretary and deputy president of the Jiangsu branch, and the general manager of the capital operation department of its headquarters. He has been in the banking industry for more than 20 years and has a wealth of work experience in bank management, capital operation, credit management, credit approval, asset preservation, green finance, etc.
Dr. Zhang Xing is a Senior Climate Policy Specialist at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). He is responsible for the strategy, policy development and project evaluation related to climate finance at AIIB. Prior to joining the AIIB, he worked at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) of the World Bank, where he was responsible for climate standards development and innovation for infrastructure investment projects. Before joining IFC, he was a Program Officer at the United Nations Climate Secretariat (UNFCCC), where he was responsible for the management and support of market-based mechanisms under the UN multilateral agenda.
Wenhong Xie is CBI’s China Programme Manager and is based in Beijing. He is responsible for leading the management and development of CBI’s projects and business in mainland China. In addition to managing research projects and liaising with government agencies, multilateral organizations, verifiers, underwriters and institutional investors, Wenhong also provides advice on green bond issuance and certification to support potential green bond issuers such as banks, state-owned enterprises, municipalities, and large corporates.
Prior to joining CBI, he worked as an economist at Tsinghua’s Center for Finance and Development (led by Dr. Ma Jun) and a consultant for the International Finance Corporation, in addition to a number of think tanks and NGOs in environment and international development. Wenhong has an M.A. in International Policy Studies from Stanford University, and a B.A. in History from Hampshire College.