J (Jin) Qian MScPromovendus
Jin's research interests lie in China's environmental governance and its global implications, more specifically at the intersection of food, animals, and the environment. Her PhD project is a collaboration between ENP and FNP, which centres on the wildlife practices in China's food systems and taps into the wild animal conservation versus utilization debates. This project intends to understand how changes in wildlife practices could help facilitate sustainable and ethical transitions in food systems and achieve interspecies health. She has done her Master thesis on collaborative environmental governance for transboundary pollution in China's megaregion, the Yangzte River Delta. Jin previously worked in the media industry in Shanghai as a journalist and translator. She holds a BSc in Computer Science and Technology at Shanghai University of Electric Power.