Jonathan Moch is the Project Specialist for ChinaFAQs within WRI’s Climate and Energy Program. In this role, he works to facilitate a network of internationally renowned experts in answering critical questions about Chinese policy and action on energy and climate change. The ChinaFAQs website serves as a portal to credible, current information and academic research, and as a forum for dialogue between experts and the policy community.
Prior to arriving at WRI, Jonathan worked at Princeton University as a Research Associate in the Department of Geosciences. His research, which grew out of his senior thesis, focused on refining the models used to predict the response of methane emissions from arctic permafrost to climate change. During his summers, Jonathan worked at NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory and studied Mandarin at Beijing Normal University. Jonathan holds an AB from the Department of Geosciences and from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, with minors in Environmental Studies and Chinese Language and Culture.