Yangfan Li

Qualifications: Sep 2004–Jun 2007 Nanjing University, China Ph.D. Sep 2001–Jun 2004 Nanjing University, China MSc Sep 1997–Jun 2001 Nanjing University, China BSc
Affiliation: Dr Li, who is now an associate professor in the College of the Environment & Ecology, Xiamen University, a joint professor in the Coastal and Ocean Management Institute (COMI), Xiamen University, a member of the Scientific Steering Committee on Environmen
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Dr. Yangfan Li’s work integrates urbanization, environmental change and ecosystem resilience in China’s coastal cities, and he hopes to use his understanding in these areas to influence the decision-making of the Chinese government. In the end, he wants to make a positive contribution to the lives of the Chinese people.

Dr. Li has published more than 60 papers and two books in his research area and received numerous awards for outstanding papers, the 2011 Green Talents Sustainability Prize by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for example. He was granted several important research projects on urban sustainability including projects on landscape security thresholds and resilience in coastal urban sprawl areas, which were funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.

Dr Li, who is now an associate professor in the College of the Environment & Ecology, Xiamen University, a joint professor in the Coastal and Ocean Management Institute (COMI), Xiamen University, a member of the Scientific Steering Committee on Environmental Planning of the Chinese Society of Environmental Sciences and the Scientific Steering Committee on Eco-City Research at the Chinese Society of Urban Studies in China.

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