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Substance flow analysis of zinc in steel industry and utilization of zinc-bearing dust and sludge. Utilization of mineral resource as well as energy saving and emission reduction. Green manufacturing and circular economy in steel industry.
Kai Huang is an associate professor in the College of Environmental Science & Engineering, Beijing Forestry University (BJFU), China. His field of expertise is environment management and environmental policy, with specific interests on environmental footprinting and industrial ecology. At BJFU, he is a core faculty member in the College of Environmental Science & Engineering and Beijing Key Laboratory for Source Control Technology of Water Pollution. He has devoted to the interdiscipline research of environmental management for nearly ten years.
Tedd Moya Mose is a visiting graduate student at the School for Environment and Sustainability and Urban Energy Justice Lab. He is the inaugural PhD scholar at the Energy Law Institute, Queen Mary University of London. His current research interests are inter-disciplinary with a focus on: international energy law and policy, the transition to sustainable energy systems, energy justice, and the role of technology in shaping a more sustainable energy future. He has held visiting multi-disciplinary research positions at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland (School of Geography and Sustainable Development) and the University of Cape Town, South Africa (Energy Research Centre). Tedd was a partner at a law firm in Kenya where he advised on energy, environment and natural resources law, corporate and commercial law, and dispute resolution.
Shu's interests include residential energy transition, residential energy intensity, residential biomass energy consumption behavior, rural energy policy and agricultrual energy efficiency.
Environmental planning and management, LID-BMP database establishment, Green and grey infrastructures coupling, life cycle assessment
Energy economics and environmental management, environmental input-output modeling and application, carbon emission
Yajuan Yu is an Associate Professor in the School of Materials Science & Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), China. Her research focuses on the broad fields of environmental protection and sustainable development, with specific interests on Life Cycle Assessment of green materials, and environmental regulation and assessment. At BIT, she is a core faculty member in the research center for green energy resources and sustainable development. She has devoted to the interdiscipline research of green materials and environmental protection for nearly ten years.