I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy (STEP) program at Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. I am working with Professor Denise Mauzerall. My current research focuses on facilitating the clean heating transition in northern China by building energy efficiency improvement and cross-sectoral strategies. I have a broad range of interests in climate policy, clean energy technologies and political economy. I am also co-hosting a Chinese podcast about climate policies. Prior to coming to Princeton, I obtained an undergraduate degree in Environmental Science from the School of Environment at Beijing Normal University.
Liu, Shangwei, Xin Tian, Wenjia Cai, Weiqiang Chen, and Yafei Wang. "How the transitions in iron and steel and construction material industries impact China’s CO2 emissions: Comprehensive analysis from an inter-sector linked perspective." Applied energy 211 (2018): 64-75.
Liu, Shangwei, Xin Tian, Yiling Xiong, Yan Zhang, and Hiroki Tanikawa. "Challenges towards carbon dioxide emissions peak under in-depth socioeconomic transition in China: Insights from Shanghai." Journal of Cleaner Production (2020): 119083.