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Dr SHI, Han
施涵
BEng & MEng Tsinghua University, MPhil & PhD Yale University
Assistant Professor
SHI Han joined City University in April 2010 after he obtained his PhD degree in the field of industrial ecology from Yale University. His current research examines the application of eco-industrial development and circular economy and their implications for resource efficiency and climate change in China comparing across different institutional and economic environments. He had worked on the strategy and policy for promoting sustainable development in China (1993-2003) and served as the founding director of the Beijing-based Centre for Environmentally Sound Technology Transfer (1997-2003). Since 1994, he has offered consultancy for the United Nations agencies, the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, the European Commission, AusAID as well as multinational companies.
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Office: YEUNG-B7512
Phone: +852 3442 2827
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: hanshi@cityu.edu.hk
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arrowEco-industrial development & circular economy
arrowUrban metabolism & eco-city
arrowPublic & private strategy in a carbon-constrained world
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arrowIndustrial Ecology
arrowPublic & private management of the environment
arrowEnvironmental economics
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Shi, H., E. Lai. 2013. An alternative university sustainability rating framework with a structured criteria tree, Journal of Cleaner Production, 61: 59–69.

Wang, Y., H Shi, M Sun, D Huisingh, L Hansson, and R Wang. 2013. Moving towards an ecologically sound society? Starting from green universities and environmental higher education, Journal of Cleaner Production, 61: 1-5.

Shi, H., Y Wang, D Huisingh, and J Wang. 2013. On moving towards an ecologically sound society: with special focus on preventing future smog crises in China and globally, Journal of Cleaner Production.

Tian, J.P., Q.P. Guo, Y. Chen, X. Li, H. Shi, and L.J. Chen. 2013. Study on industrial metabolism of carbon in a Chinese fine chemical industrial park. Environmental Science and Technology, 47 (2): 1048–1056.

Tian, J.P., H. Shi, X. Li, and L.J. Chen. 2012. Measures and potentials of energy-saving in a Chinese fine chemical industrial park. Energy, 46: 459-470.

Tian, J.P., H. Shi, Y. Chen, and L.J. Chen. 2012. Assessment of industrial metabolisms of sulfur in a Chinese fine chemical industrial park. Journal of Cleaner Production, 32: 262-272.

Shi, H., J.P. Tian, and L.J. Chen. 2012. China's Quest for Eco-industrial Parks, Part I: History and Distinctiveness. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 16(1): 8-10.

Shi, H., J.P. Tian, and L.J. Chen. 2012. China's Quest for Eco-industrial Parks, Part II Reflections on a Decade of Exploration. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 16(3): 290-292.

Tian, J.P., H. Shi, X. Li, Y. Yin, and L.J. Chen. 2012. Coupling mass balance analysis and multi-criteria ranking to assess the commercial-scale synthetic alternatives: A case study on glyphosate. Green Chemistry, 14(7): 1990-2000.

Lombardi, D.R., D. Lyons, H. Shi, and A. Agarwal. 2012. Industrial Symbiosis: Testing the Boundaries and Advancing Knowledge. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 16(1): 2-7.

Hsu, A., A. De Sherbinin, and H. Shi, 2012. Seeking truth from facts: The challenge of environmental indicator development in China. Environmental Development, Vol 3: 39-51.

Shi, H., M. Chertow, and Y.Y. Song. 2010. Developing Country Experience in Eco-Industrial Parks: a Case Study of the Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area in China. Journal of Cleaner Production, 18: 191–199.

Shi, H., S.Z. Peng, Y. Liu, and P. Zhong. 2008. Study on Barrier to Adoption of Cleaner Production in Chinese Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. Journal of Cleaner Production, 16 (7): 842-852.

Shi, H., and L. Zhang. 2006. China's Environmental Governance of Rapid Industrialisation. Environmental Politics, 15 (2): 272-293.

Walsh, E., O. Babakina, A. Pennock, H. Shi, Y. Chi, T. Wang and T.E. Graedel. 2006. Quantitative guidelines for urban sustainability. Technology in Society, 28 (1-2): 45-61.

Chi, Y., E. Walsh, T. Wang, H. Shi, O. Babakina, A. Pennock and T.E. Graedel. 2006. Case studies in quantitative urban sustainability. Technology in Society, 28 (1-2): 105-123