李彬彬,昆山杜克大学环境环境研究中心环境科学助理教授,美国杜克大学尼古拉斯环境学院助理教授。美国杜克大学博士,硕士毕业于美国密西根大学,本科毕业于北京大学。李彬彬教授主要从事保护生物学研究,通过交叉学科的方式,研究人与自然耦合系统框架下的生物多样性保护,探究可持续发展方式。主要方向为中国及东南亚特有物种保护及保护优先区的规划与管理评估。研究范围包括保护地管理成效,濒危物种如大熊猫的栖息地保护, 足迹识别野生动物个体技术开发,社区发展对特有物种熊猫保护影响,一带一路对生物多样性影响评估等。其研究地区包括中国四川、陕西、云南、青海等地;国外包括在希腊研究野猫对于岛屿爬行类的影响,参与美国国家地理大型猫科保护项目(Big Cats Initiative)中的全球豹类评估,人兽冲突解决方案调查等,具有丰富的生态学及保护生物学背景。IUCN物种生存委员会专家,迪斯尼电影“诞生在中国”科学顾问,西南山地科学顾问及签约摄影师,致力于通过多媒体手段进行科学传播。

  1. 保护优先区规划与保护地管理
    1. 半球计划与荒野
    2. 保护区、公益性保护地与国家公园
  2. 濒危及特有物种保护
    1. 中国大熊猫与印度孟加拉虎栖息地放牧问题
    2. 人工林对生物多样性影响
    3. 廊道建设与评估
  3.  一带一路对于沿线国家生物多样性影响
    1. 道路建设影响
    2. 风险评估政策工具
  4. 保护科技发展与应用
    1. 足迹个体识别技术
    2. 人工智能在图像声音的应用开发

 

BIO

Dr. Binbin Li is the Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences of the Environmental Research Center at Duke Kunshan University. She holds a secondary appointment with Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. Her research focuses on loss of biodiversity, endangered and endemic species conservation such as giant pandas, priority setting and management of protected areas, and promotion of innovative technology, markets and policies to solve conservation problems and local community development. Dr. Li got her PhD in Environment from Duke University (2017), M.S in Natural Resources and Environment from University of Michigan (2012). and B.S in Life Sciences with a dual degree in Economics from Peking University (2010).

Dr. Li’s work covers the identification of conservation priorities and national parks in China, impacts of One Belt One Road on biodiversity, giant panda conservation and management via Footprint Identification Technique (FIT), impacts of oil palm and rubber plantations on biodiversity in Southeast Asia, influence of national environmental policies on human-wildlife conflicts, and behavioral study of endemic species. She is also a member of the IUCN SSC Small Mammal Specialist Group.

Dr. Li is engaged in science communication and nature education. She is a signed nature photographer at Swild in China. During 2013-2015, she served as a science advisor for Disney nature documentary “Born in China”. She is devoted in using photography, social media, drama, and other art formats to promote conservation science in the public.

 

 

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