Resource Person > Prof. Jiang Chunqian

Dr. Jiang Chunqian had completed a BSc (Biology) from the Anhui Normal University, China (1982-1986) and MSc (Botany) from the Institute of Applied Ecology, Academia Sinica, China in 1991. He completed his PhD on Silviculture in 2003 from the Chinese Academy of ForestryChina. He has published over 100 journal articles and 11 books. He had been a chair of Regional Model Forest Network-Asia during 2008-2013, and is a Professor and Director of International Farm Forestry Training Center, Chinese Academy of Forestry since 2013.

Dr. Chunqian Jiang is an expert on sustainable forest management, from the Research Institute of Forestry, Chinese Academy of Forestry. His areas of expertise also include forest policy, climate change and rural development. He has over 30 years’ of working experience in forest management planning and policy, and forest carbon accounting. He has received many competitive research grants from NFSC, CAF and State Forestry Administration (SFA) and made significant policy contributions. Some relevant projects include: (1) Forest restoration at landscape level in Asia funded by Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation (APFNet); (2) Methodologies and modalities of land-use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) under Kyoto Protocol funded by NDRC of China; and (3) Carbon flow of harvested wood products in China supported by Ministry of Science and Technology, China. There are some of his publications shown as below:

  • Application on the Participatory Forest Management Planning at Village Level, China Agriculture Press, Beijing 2013.
  • Study on Forest management Policy in China’s Collective Forest, China Agriculture Press, Beijing 2013.
  • Status and Development of Strategies for Forest Tenure Trade Centers in China’s Collective Forests, China Agriculture Press, Beijing, 2012.
  • Study on Forest Farmer Cooperatives in China’s Collective Forests, China Agriculture Press, Beijing 2012.
  • Carbon Accounting on the Forest Management. World Forestry Research, 2013, 26 (5):1-7
  • Key Issues in Production, Transportation and Consumption of Ecosystem Services. World Forestry Research, 2011(4): 19-23
  • Definitions and Carbon Stocks Accounting Approaches of Harvested Wood Products in Climate Change Negotiation, Scientia Silvae Sinicae. 2011, 47(1): 158-164
  • Progress in Negotiations on Harvested Wood Products. Advances in Climate Change, 2010, 6(1):60-64
  • Tissue Culture and Rapid Propagation of Ceratonia siliqua L.Journal of Northwest A&F University, 2011, 39(12): 81-86
  • Carbon Stock and Potential of Emission Reduction of Harvested Wood Products in China. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2009, 29(9):399-405
  • Study on the Tissue Culture of Auxiliary Bud and Rapid Propagation in Capparis spinosa. Forest Research, 2009, 22(4):321-525

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