Full Name
Changhua Wu
Job Title
Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs, China
Speaker Bio
Changhua Wu is a specialist and policy analyst of China’s sustainable development, an advisor to governments and corporations on sustainability strategy and innovation, a strategist of public and private partnership engagement for clean energy transition and an advocate for climate leadership. She was one of the 15 global women leaders recognized by the Time magazine in 2019 for their leadership in fighting climate change.

Ms Wu supports Jeremy Rifkin’s China/Asia strategic engagement, with a particular focus on reshaping the vision and narrative of transformation at The Age of Resilience . As Vice Chair of the Governing Council of Asia Pacific Water Forum and a member of the Asian Development Bank’s Water Advisory Group, she contributes her expertise to advance water security and sustainable development in the region. She is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Clean Electricity and a board member of Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation, which champions sustainable infrastructure financing standard and labeling.

Ms Wu served as the Executive Director of the Professional Association for China’s Environment. Earlier, she was the Greater China Director of The Climate Group, CEO of ENSR, Director of China Studies for the World Resources Institute, and Editor for the English Edition of the China Environment News.
Changhua Wu