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Li Liyan
Researcher, Bureau of Climate Change Response, National Development and Reform Commission
Li Liyan received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at the Chemistry Department of Beijing University in 1988. In 1991 she received her Master of Science degree in Ecology at the Institute of Applied Ecology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. She also received her Master of Science degree in Environmental Sociology at University College London in 2001. Li works for China’s National Development and Reform Commission, taking part in policy research and management in the areas of environmental protection, sustainable development and climate change. Between 1997 and 2009, she, as a core member of the Chinese delegation, participated in the international negotiations for greenhouse gas emission reduction and climate change adaptation at the UNFCCC, IPCC, IMO and ICAO. She also was involved in the international negotiations for facilitating the implementation of the UNFCCC and the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol. She did a lot of work at home for the implementation of international conventions in China. She was the China contact person at the Clean Development Mechanism Nation Management of the UNFCCC secretariat. She was an author for the IPCC Third Assessment Report and the review editor for the IPCC technology transfer special report. She helped coordinate and manage multiple international cooperation efforts in climate change and is one of the contributing writers to many publications on climate change policy and action, and the implementation and management of the Clean Development Mechanism. Since 2011, Li is mainly responsible for helping local governments in China to build their capacities responding to climate change and to draft laws and regulations on climate change adaptation.
(Email:lily@ndrc.gov.cn, lily@ccchina.gov.cn)

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