Lina Li is a Project Manager at adelphi working on emissions trading and market mechanisms. She is a specialist in carbon markets, low-emissions development, and climate and foreign policy.
Lina Li has more than seven years of career experience working on these topics. Lina analyses emissions trading system for the secretariat of the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP). She also oversees consulting and dialogue projects as part of the Chinese-German cooperation.
Prior to her position at adelphi, Lina conducted research on current climate diplomacy as a German Chancellor Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation at Germanwatch. As a consultant for Ecofys in Beijing, China, and Cologne, she managed projects on emissions trading and on climate policy in China, in addition to international climate policy. Prior to that, Lina was a trainee at a Chinese multi-national energy company.
Lina holds a master’s degree in International Politics from the School of International Studies of the Peking University (Beijing, China). In the course of her master’s studies she already began to specialise in international environmental policy and carbon markets. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in diplomacy from the Renmin University of China (Beijing, China).