Eric Zusman is a senior policy researcher/area leader at the Institute for Global Environmental Studies in Hayama, Japan. Dr. Zusman holds a bachelors degree in Mandarin Chinese from Rutgers University, a dual Masters Degree in public policy and Asian studies from the University of Texas at Austin and a Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles. For much of the past decade he has worked on environmental issues in Asia. This has included publishing articles and book chapters on water scarcity, air pollution regulation, environmental law and state capacity in greater China. It has also included working with China’s Yellow River Conservancy Commission and the Chinese Research Academy on Environmental Science. He also held research assistantships with the Woodrow Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum as well as Taiwan’s Academia Sinica. In his current position, he is working on the governance for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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|Air Pollution in Asia and the Pacific: Implementing 25 Solutions to Help 1 Billion People Breathe Cleaner Air by 2030 (Mongolian)||29 October 2019||Slides||Environment, Health|
|Air Pollution in Asia and the Pacific: Implementing 25 Solutions to Help 1 Billion People Breathe Cleaner Air by 2030 (English)||29 October 2019||Slides||Environment, Health|
|Strengthening the Environmental Dimensions of the SDGs: A Stocktake of National Responses||27 November 2019||Slides||Environment|
|The Co-Benefits of Addressing Climate Change and Air Pollution||12 October 2020||Slides||Climate Change, Environment|
|Governance for Co-Control in China and Beyond: Steps Toward a One Atmosphere Approach||20 October 2021||Slides||Environment, Climate Change, Energy|