Pollution Knows No Borders

Barbara Finamore
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Beijing or Hong Kong,
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Expertise:
Environment Energy

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Barbara Finamore
Founder & Director, NRDC China Program
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
Barbara Finamore is the Founder and Director of the China Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), one of the world’s most effective environmental organizations. She is ready to discuss climate, energy and environmental issues as they relate to China. Barbara is also the co-founder and President of the China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance, a nonprofit organization and public-private partnership that works with China to reduce its carbon emissions through energy efficiency.
Interview Language:
English
Contact Information:
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Phone:
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Location:
Beijing or Hong Kong, 00000
China
Representative:
Li Yang
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Biography

Barbara A. Finamore is the Founder and Director of the China Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), one of the world’s most effective environmental organizations. NRDC was the first international environmental group to establish a clean energy program in China fifteen years ago. Ms. Finamore now leads NRDC’s 30-member China team working out of our Beijing and U.S. offices on climate change, energy efficiency, renewable energy, responsible sourcing, sustainable cities and environmental governance. NRDC works with China to build capacity and develop innovative laws, policies, technologies and market mechanisms to accelerate its transition to a clean, low-carbon economy.

 Ms. Finamore has had thirty years of experience in environmental law and energy policy, and has lived or worked in greater China for nearly two decades. She has also worked as a litigator in NRDC's nuclear nonproliferation program and at the U.S. Departments of Justice and Interior, and as an international consultant for the United Nations Development Programme and the Center for International Environmental Law. Ms. Finamore served as President and Chair of the Professional Association for China's Environment (PACE), and is the co-founder and President of the China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance, a nonprofit organization and public-private partnership that works with China to reduce its carbon emissions through energy efficiency. She holds a J.D. degree with honors from Harvard Law School.


Story Pitch

China and coal: Why the United States should be worried
Coal, used abundantly in China as its main energy source, should be seen as a problem for the United States as well as all countries. Why? Because the pollution caused by coal doesn't just stay in China; it travels wherever it wants.
Recent Publications/Appearances

PUBLISHED WORKS:

March 18, 2013 "Air Pollution in Hong Kong: Restoring the Fragrant Harbour"

January 13, 2013 Switchboard "Air Pollution in China Should be a Catalyst for Air Pollution Action"

INTERVIEWS:

April 13, 2013 LA Times "China pollution may hold silver lining for California Los Angeles"

September. 27, 2009  NPR  "Prime Polluter China May Also Lead in Green Technology"








 

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