Program Office

International Program Office

Wei Wan (Executive Director)

Dr. Wei Wan currently leads the management of International Program Office of MAIRS-FE. She has over 10 years of professional experience on air quality management and environmental economic policy studies. Before joining MAIRS-FE, she was China Program Manager of Clean Air Asia, which is an international non-profit organization that leads the regional mission for better air quality and healthier, more livable cities in Asia. She also served as technical consultant for several international organizations, including UN Environment, World Bank and Asian Development Bank etc.

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Yingmu Chang (Project Officer)

Ms. Yingmu Chang works as the project officer of International Program Office of MAIRS-FE. She received the Master Degree in Environment Management in Hochschule Trier in Germany in 2016. She worked as project executive in Institut für ZukunftsEnergie und Stoffstromsysteme in Germany, a non-profit organization on environmental protection projects. After that, she jointed People's Daily Press as a journalist and meeting organizer, and she works on energy news writing and big energy meeting organization. At the beginning of 2019, she joined International Program Office of Mairs-FE, and works as office director and project executive. 

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Shiqiu Zhang

Shiqiu Zhang, Professor of Peking University (College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Institute of Environment and Economy ). She has been teaching on environmental economics and environmental management, and has been conducting various research projects related to environment and development issues which covers Environmental Economics, Environmental Policy and Management, and global environmental treaties. She is member of Scientific Advisory Panel for UNEP Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short Lived Climate Pollutants (CCAC), Senior expert member of UNEP Technology and Economic Assessment Panel for implementing Montreal Protocol, She is also serving as president and Board of Directors of East Asian Association on Environment and Resource Economics (EAAERE). 

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Yong Liu

Dr. Yong Liu is " Hundred Young Talents" Research Professor of College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Peking University.  Prior to joining the Peking University faculty, Dr. Liu spent two years in University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment as a postdoctoral research fellow, with Professor Donald Scavia. Before that, he got his doctoral degree in science at Peking University in 2007 and his bachelor of economics at Renmin University of China and bachelor of engineering at Tsinghua University in 2002.His research covers ecological and water quality modeling, environmental planning and optimization model, watershed management, watershed ecosystem management, and environmental policy, with the basic goal of establishing modeling framework for better environmental decision making. Dr. Liu has published 99 peer-reviewed papers and has been involved in the contribution of 5 books. His current research focus on the eutrophication control in Lake Dianchi through integrated modeling framework and watershed management.

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Hancheng Dai

Assistant Professor at College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University, China, and head of the Laboratory of Energy & Environmental Economics and Policy (LEEEP). He received his B.S. from Peking University in China, M.S. degrees from the Technical University of Munich in Germany and Ph.D. degree from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan. Prof. Dai’s research interests are on climate change economics, energy and environmental economics and policy assessment. He has been developing the state-of-the-art integrated assessment models to find out how the society could transit into a low-carbon and sustainable future at the local, national and global scales. Using these models, he explored key questions such as the mitigation cost of achieving the Copenhagen targets, Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and 2 ° C degree targets in China, the co-benefits of climate mitigation on air pollution, human health, water saving and resource efficiency, as well as the effects of emission trading policy in China. His main publications, including 6 ESI highly cited papers, are on energy economics and policy related journal.

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Regional Program Office 

J. Srinivasan




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