Faculty of Law Politics, & Economics Chiba University Chiba Japan
Xiang Li is an assistant professor at Chiba University, Japan, belonging to the Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics. She teaches international policy courses. She graduated from the University of British Columbia, Canada with the bachelor degree of science for natural resources conservation in 2007. She received her science master degree in 2010 and Ph.D. degree in 2013 for International Environmental Economics at the University of Tokyo in Japan. She was a DBA director at the Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy of Hitotsubashi University, a national University in Japan. She was an assistant professor at the Academy for Co-creative Education of Environment and Energy Science of Tokyo Institute of Technology, another national University in Japan. Among Li’s published refereed academic articles and issued patents, one that focused on climate change adaptation and mitigation strategy has been highlighted and introduced by Nature Climate Change Journal (Nature Publishing Group) in February 2011.