Dr. Angel Hsu graduated from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in 2013 and is now a postdoctoral associate and project manager of the Environmental Performance Measurement program area.
Her research focuses on Chinese environmental performance measurement, governance, and policy. Prior to coming to Yale, she was at the World Resources Institute (WRI), a non-profit environmental think tank in Washington, D.C., where she helped to develop corporate greenhouse gas reporting initiatives in developing countries and managed the GHG Protocol’s programs in China. She has a Master of Philosophy degree in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge and a BS in Biology and BA in Political Science from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
In the News:
- Angel Hsu examines PM2.5 data collection across China in “Man-made and visible from space”, The Economist. February 01, 2012
- Angel Hsu comments on China’s position among emerging economies in new environmental performance index, Financial Times. January 23, 2012
- Angel Hsu on forestry and biodiversity as issues on the table for China at Cancun in “China’s Climate Change Battle”, The Hindu, December 3, 2010
- Angel Hsu on where China stands on the key climate issues leading up to Cancun in “What to Expect at the Cancun Climate Talks”, The Atlantic, November 29, 2010
- “Seeking truth from facts: The challenge of environmental indicator development in China.” Environmental Development. 2012
- Testimony by Angel Hsu on China’s Green Energy and Environmental Policies before the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, April 8, 2010
- Measuring to Manage: A Guide to Designing GHG Accounting and Reporting Programs
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