Faye is currently a PhD candidate in Department of Building and Real Estate, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and working as a visiting scholar in the China Energy Group. She got her bachelor of architecture degree in 2008 in Xiamen University. After which, she studied environmental planning in UK, attained her Master degree majored at Sustainability, Planning and Environmental Policy in Cardiff University. In 2010, she started her research in Hong Kong, devoting on how to create a low carbon, green built environment, in a moderate approach favored by both policy maker and business sector. Besides the academic experience, Faye also has internship experience in Architecture Company in UK and Environmental Protection Agency in China. Now she is working on establishing success factors of carbon emission trading to reduce emission in sustainable community.
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