Dr Li Guo
Dr Li Guo is a Research Associate at Lau China Institute. She is a comparative political scientist. She completed her PhD in the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia (Canada). She holds a master's degree in political science from Western Washington University (U.S.). Li studied social science and political philosophy in China and holds a BA and a MA degree from Zhejiang University.
- Chinese politics
- Environmental politics and policy making
- Comparative environmental governance in East Asia
- Biodiversity conservation, nature-based solutions, climate, and sustainability • Protected areas and national parks
- GMO politics and agricultural biotech policy
- Access to and benefit sharing of traditional knowledge and genetic resources
- Science, technology, and public policy
- Deliberative democracy, civil society, and the bureaucratic state
- Environmental Nationalism
Dr. Guo is interested in politics and policy making at the interface of the state, the public and science in complex and uncertain issue areas across political regimes, with a particular focus on biodiversity and biosafety governance in China. Her research spans across fields of environmental politics, comparative politics, public policy, and political theory; she is keen on research methodology, particularly qualitative methods.
- Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change in China