Date & Time
Time: 3:00-4:00 pm (CST), April 21th
Location: IB 3106(preferred)
Zoom ID: 715 337 7467
*Light refreshments will be provided
Please RSVP by scanning the QR code from the following poster, thanks.
Prof. Dan Tong
Assistant Professor, Tsinghua University Department of Earth System Science
In September 2020, China’s government announced that China would strive to peak its CO2 emissions by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. This ambitious goal not only provides a future direction for high-level socio-economic development but also sheds new lights on synergizing air pollution control and GHG emission reduction. This seminar will talk the synergy between tackling climate change and combating air pollution in different aspects such as physical mechanisms, objectives and metrics, control measures, benefits, and progress. Identify the emerging challenges toward the synergetic governance, and help the policy makers to design a synergetic roadmap of Carbon Neutrality and Clean Air for China.
Dan Tong, assistant professor from Tsinghua University Department of Earth System Science, mainly working on synergy research of low-carbon development and clean air policy, with more than 70 SCI papers published, including 2 Nature papers, 4 other Nature-branded titles papers, 1 PNAS paper, and 1 National Science Review paper as the first/co-first author. 14 of papers are selected by the Web of Science as ESI highly cited papers, and 4 of papers are selected by the Web of Science as ESI hot papers. H-index is 38 with a total number of citations more than 8,700 from Google Scholar. Awarded by MIT TR35 Innovators Under 35 China, Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers 2021-2022, DAMO Academy Young Fellow 2022.