Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley
I enjoy developing novel interdisciplinary research projects to study the science, policy, and sustainable strategies related to the environment.
My research experiences have been primarily focused on climate change, air pollution, and the energy system. I explore policies and strategies on these topics through empirical and theoretical modeling of the atmosphere, economics, health impacts, and energy transitions, etc. I have experience working with Integrated Assessment Models, Earth system model simulations, satellite retrievals, emission inventories, and epidemiological data. Currently, I work at Global Sustainable Finance at Morgan Stanley.
I grew up in Beijing, China, and have been trained in environmental science and economics from Peking University (BS & BA) and Duke University (PhD in Earth and Ocean Science & MEM in Energy Management). I accomplished the interdisciplinary postdoctoral fellowship at the Earth Institute/Climate School at Columbia University.
Co-authored paper New seasonal pattern of pollution emerges from changing North American wildfires published on Nature Communication.
Guest lecture at the Business Analytics class, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Columbia University.
Co-authored paper Temporal and spatial distribution of health, labor, and crop benefits of climate change mitigation in the United States was published on PNAS. I also spoke with Audubon for their magazine story.