Belinda works as a Climate Diplomacy Researcher on EU-China relations in E3G's London office.
Belinda’s key responsibilities include conducting research and analysis to inform policy briefings, reports, and presentations regarding international climate politics. She focuses on the opportunities for bilateral climate cooperation between China, the EU, and the US as well as the nexus between climate change and trade.
Prior to joining E3G, Belinda worked as a Blue Book Trainee at the European Commission on the EU’s international transport relations, especially in relation to China. Belinda has experience on EU-China climate and economic cooperation in the public, private and third sector, having worked with China Dialogue, the Centre for Multilateral Negotiations, the China International Investment Promotion Agency of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, and the German Trade Office Taipei.
Belinda holds a double master’s degree in International Affairs from the London School of Economics and Peking University, where her thesis focused on afforestation in China, and a bachelor’s degree in Chinese Studies and Business Administration from Tübingen University.
Belinda loves the outdoors and going on long cycles and runs around London. She also enjoys practicing yoga, rock climbing, and has a passion for (vegetarian) Chinese food.