Liang Lan

Marine and Environmental Activist

Liang Lan (born 28 May 1980) is a Marine and Environmental Scientist, Geophysicist and Offshore Energy Specialist with more than 10 years’ research on air pollution, environment harmony, water pollution and other issues related to nature crisis. He is an environmental consultant in some universities in China and wrote many articles about water crisis and sustainable agriculture issues. Liang is also a project director for numerous large scale government and private geo - environmental and geo - construction projects including: large tunnel, bridge and roadway projects, oil and gas well drilling, large Superfund sites, DOE environmental sites, marine terminals.

Nationality: CN
April 06, 2019

COVID-19 is laying waste to many US recycling programs

The trends we see in the making and consuming of single-use goods, particularly plastic, could have...

June 27, 2020

Why 'I can't breathe' is resonating with environmental justice activists

Elevating racial justice issues within the environmental movement has been a struggle even though bl...

June 15, 2020

Project seeks 4D view of Earth's mantle

Some of the most sophisticated models of the Earth's interior ever constructed will be produced in a...

May 18, 2020

Brazil launches military operations to protect Amazon rainforest

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon surged 55% in the first four months of the year compared with the s...

May 12, 2020

COVID-19 is a dress rehearsal for entrepreneurial approaches to climate change

successful environmental entrepreneurs tend to see themselves as both environmentalists and business...

May 03, 2020

Germany's Merkel wants green recovery from coronavirus crisis

German leader says governments should focus on climate protection in COVID-19 stimulus, including su...

April 29, 2020

Coronavirus recovery plan 'must tackle climate change'

Tackling climate change must be woven into the solution to the Covid-19 economic crisis, the UK will...

April 25, 2020

Covid-19 – a blessing for pangolins?

Pangolins are the world’s most trafficked mammals, but there is evidence that they were the source o...

April 19, 2020

Scientists have discovered how global warming pushes forest boundaries.

Scientists from Russia, the United States, Britain and Italy are exploring the impact of climate tra...

April 13, 2020

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