Fei is Climate Imperative’s China Initiatives Director, leading work to support China’s policymakers. Prior to joining CI, she was a researcher at the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California-Davis, where she conducted policy research on zero emission vehicles, public transportation, Three Revolutions (electrification, automation and shared mobility), and other topics. Fei previously ran climate change grantmaking programs in China at the Energy Foundation China for more than 15 years. She and her team helped the government adopt its first fuel economy standard in 2001, build Beijing’s first Bus Rapid Corridor in 2005, and develop the concept of low-carbon eco-cities to help China tackle rapid urbanization challenges in 2007. Over the past decade, Fei worked with international experts to develop the Emerald Cities sustainable design principles, integrate them into government policies, and scale them up through demonstrations to local officials. Her work has built a network of government officials, practitioners, and young professionals pushing for sustainable development in Chinese cities.
Fei holds an MS in Environmental Engineering from Tsinghua University and an undergraduate degree in physics from Fudan University.
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