Dr. Fuqiang Yang
Senior Adviser on Climate, Energy and Environment, NRDC China Program

We can show to the world that we can do it. This time, we've mostly been blaming developed countries. But after three decades, China has to say, this is my problem, and my solution.

Based in Beijing, Fuqiang Yang is the Senior Adviser on Climate, Energy and Environment for the NRDC China Program and formerly the Director of Global Climate Solutions for WWF International. He was vice president of Energy Foundation and chief representative of Energy Foundation Beijing Office from 2000 to 2008. He had worked with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on China’s energy and environmental issues, and published a number of reports in this field during 1992-1999. In 1984, Fuqiang Yang worked on regional energy planning at Cornell University as a fellow of the World Bank. Fuqiang Yang worked with Energy Research Institute, State Planning Commission, on renewable and rural energy policy, energy modeling and forecasting, project evaluation and long-term planning. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering at West Virginia University in the United States in 1991 and his B.S. in Physics at Jilin University in China in 1977.

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