Prof. Da-Bo Guan

Author:ceep    Source:ceep    Date:2015-08-12

  Prof. Da-Bo Guan is a Chair Professor in Climate Change Economics at School of International Development, University of East Anglia, and a Senior Member of St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge.

  He specializes in ecological economics, international climate change mitigation policies, climate change adaption modeling, scenario analysis on environmental impacts, water accounting and water resources management, input-output techniques and their applications in both developed and developing countries.

  He has published about 70 articles in SCI journals with high impact factors in the field of international environment. Particularly, he has published 5 papers at Nature, Nature Climate Change and PNAS. In addition, he has published another 5 letters and article commentaries in the world-leading journals including Science.

  He won the Leontief Prize 3 times and his paper at Environmental Science & Technology won the "Top Policy Paper 2007". He recently won the Cozzarelli Prize because of his paper published in 2014 at PNAS. Besides, he won the Philip Leverhulme Prizes (L70,000 award), this prize is to award outstanding scholars who have made a substantial and recognized contribution to their particular field of study, recognized at an international level. He has served as a Lead Author for the 5th Assessment Report (AR5) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and he has been responsible for the 14th character (regional development and cooperation) in the 3rd working group in order to study both the carbon emission calculation between regions on a global scale and the analysis for the inflow of embodied carbon in both developed and developing countries.