Liang Lan

Occupation:
Marine and Environmental Scientist

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: Chinese
April 06, 2019
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10,000 Gallons of Oil Spills Into Chile’s Pristine Patagonia

Forty-thousand liters (approximately 10,600 gallons) of diesel oil have spilled into the waters of C...

July 30, 2019
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Are Snakes as Evil as We Think?

World Snake Day, conservationists attempt to change the popular perception of the fascinating reptil...

July 15, 2019
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How does Overpopulation Impact on Our environment?

World Population Day is used to celebrate to make every people aware of the Population in every Coun...

July 10, 2019
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Tropical Rainforests Harbor Our Planet’s Biodiversity

The tropics account for 40% of the world’s total surface area and are host to about 80% of our plane...

June 27, 2019
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Tobacco Farming and Shocking Environmental Risks

In many tobacco growing countries, evidence indicates irreparable environmental damage from tobacco...

May 30, 2019
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Protecting Endangered Species From Extinction

Endangered Species Day is an annual day of celebration for the public to learn about endangered and...

May 16, 2019
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Empty Plates in the future due to tuna extinction

Tuna and tuna-like species are very important economically — to both developed and developing countr...

May 02, 2019
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Acidification, Plastic Pollution and Death are Our Gifts to Marine Life

World Wildlife Day, is celebrated every year on March 3 as proclaimed by the United Nations on 20 De...

March 03, 2019
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Secure Borders or Eradicate Environmental Roots; How to Manage Migrants?

International Migrants Day holds on the 18th of December each year, appointed by the General Assembl...

December 17, 2018

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