Gang He's work focuses on China's energy and climate
change policy, carbon capture and sequestration, domestic coal and power
sectors and their key role in both the global coal market and in international
climate policy framework. He also
studies other issues related to energy economics and modeling, global climate
change and the development of lower-carbon energy sources.
Prior to joining PESD, he was with the World
Resources Institute as a Cynthia Helms Fellow.
He has also worked for the Global Roundtable on Climate Change of the
Earth Institute at Columbia University. With his experiences both in US and
China, he has been actively involved in the US-China collaboration on energy
and climate change.
Mr. He received an
M.A. from Columbia University on Climate and Society, B.S. from Peking University
on Geography, and he is currently doing a PhD in the Energy and Resources Group
at UC Berkeley.