Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment (IMHE), CAS
Yiping Fang is currently a full professor and supervisor of PhD candidates at Institute of Mountain Hazards & Environment, CAS, and University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Professor Fang is recognized within the field of human geography and the field of ecological economics for both his critiques of and contributions to balancing mountain ecosystem protection and development even while he spends most of his time working across disciplinary ways of understanding. His research interests mainly cover climate change adaptation and sustainability for mountainous areas. He is an active scholar who has published 146 research papers in peer-reviewed journals and 19 books. Professor Fang serves as Vice Director of Academic Committee for Institute of Mountain Hazards & Environment, CAS (2010- ); as Vice Director, Professional Committee of Economic Geography, Chinese Association for Geography (2013- ); as Director, Professional Committee for Cryospheric Change and Sustainable Development, Clic and IACS (2009- )
Climate Change Adaptation,Industrial Ecology, Sustainability for Mountainous Areas and Environmental Management.