Angela Moriggi is Research Fellow at the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice. Her research focuses on public participation in environmental decision-making and on the gender dimension of climate change policies in the PRC. She is Project Manager of the EU FP-7 Marie Curie IRSES programme ‘Global Partners in Contaminated Land Management’ (GLOCOM). She has spent extended periods of time in China, as Marie Curie IRSES Fellow at the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES) and Beijing Normal University (BNU), as intern at the Science, Technology and Environment Section of the EU Delegation in China, and as exchange student at CASS. Prior to joining Ca’ Foscari, she was Research Fellow at Istituto Universitario di Studi Europei (IUSE), and Project Manager at the UK-based think-tank gLAWcal. She holds a MA in International and Diplomatic Sciences and a BA in Oriental History, Cultures and Civilization from Bologna University.
Talk Title: Investigating the Rationale of Public Participation in China’s Environmental Impact Assessment. A Recent Case Study from Beijing.