Taylah Bland is the current Schwarzman Fellow at the Asia Society Policy Institute, Center for China Analysis. She has spent the last five years living in and studying China with a specialization in international environmental law, climate, and sustainability. She holds a Master’s degree in Management Science (Global Affairs) from Tsinghua University, Beijing as a Schwarzman Scholar. Her Master’s thesis examined the relationship between China’s domestic policy and international environmental law focusing on the Paris Agreement and Kyoto Protocol. In 2021, she graduated from New York University, Shanghai with a Bachelor of Social Science (Comparative Law) and minor in Mandarin.

Last Updated: March 3, 2023



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