As the Research Analyst II of the Climate Program China team, Jingjing researches subnational emission peaking and low carbon transition. She works to bridge the research findings and needs from policy makers. She previously worked on power sector emission accounting, supply chain emissions management, climate policy assessment as well as other climate issues.

Originally from Zhejiang, China, she has established her passion and commitment towards sustainable development of environment and energy system during her study and work. Before joining WRI, Jingjing worked with Evolution Markets, which is a brokerage firm in energy and environmental markets, on their business in both compliance and voluntary carbon markets. Jingjing gained good knowledge and experience on international and domestic carbon trading, project identification and origination, business model development and market research.

Jingjing has a Master's degree in Environmental Management (majored in Energy and Environment) from Duke University, NC, the USA. Jingjing also has a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science from Fudan University, Shanghai, China. In December, 2011, Jingjing obtained the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Associate credential.

Jingjing likes painting, cooking and DIY.