Mo Zhengchun

Dr. MO Zhengchun has rich experience in strategic planning and policy research related to energy and climate change in China and the United States. He has worked in the fields of building energy conservation, sustainable cities, emission reduction of non-CO2 greenhouse gases, green finance, renewable energy, comprehensive management of river basin environment, ecological agriculture and international cooperation. At present, his research focuses on international carbon neutrality policy, ecological carbon sinks, green finance, ecological production, and other fields.

Previously, he was the executive director of the China Center of the Institute of Energy and Environmental Policy of the University of Chicago, senior consultant at the Becker-Friedman Institute of Economics of the University of Chicago, executive director of Paulson Foundation Beijing Representative Office, director of China Construction Project of Energy Foundation, director of sustainable construction project of American Natural Resources Conservation Association, etc. In 2017, due to his continuous promotion of China’s international cooperation in the fields of green development and climate change, he was selected as one of the “Top Ten Green Driving Forces” by China Real Estate News and other institutions. In 2005, he won the first inheritance award issued by the American Environment and Energy-saving Building Association. In 1995, he won the second prize in “scientific and technological progress” from the Chinese Ministry of Culture.