Department of Environmental Management

MEI, Fengqiao

MEI, Fengqiao

Associate Professor
Department: Environmental Management
Research interests: Environmental management and law
Tel/fax: 86-10-62757832


Ph.D., Environmental Law, Peking University, 2000
LLM, Environmental Law, University of Nottingham, 1999
M.S., Environmental Planning and Management, Peking University, 1989
B.S., Geology, Peking University, 1986


2001–present, Associate Professor, Peking University
1991–2001, Lecturer, Peking University
1989–1991, Teaching Assistant, Peking University


Undergraduate course: Environmental Management; Environmental Law
Graduate course: Research Frontiers in Environmental Management



Environmental Management in China: Environmental Policy, Law and Standards
International Environmental Management: International Environmental Law


1. Xu Jing, Mei Feng-qiao. Right protection of the municipal WWTPs in practising urban drainage permits [J]. Environmental Science & Technology, 2012, 35(3): 193-199 (in Chinese). 
2. Zhang Xu, Mei Feng-qiao. Legal safeguard for enterprises to participate in the formulation of pollutant emission standards [J].Environmental Science &Technology.2011,34(11);194-198 (in Chinese).
3. Wang Jing-jing, Mei Feng-qiao. ClTES compliance institutions system and its reference meaning [J]. Journal of Anhui Agricultural Science, 2009, 37(31): 15632-15634 (in Chinese).
4. Zhou Gu-jun, Mei Feng-qiao. Duales System Deutschland and its revelation to the waste management in China [J]. Journal of Anhui Agricultural Science, 2009, 37(15): 7244-7247 (in Chinese).
5. Zhao Hong-wei, Mei Feng-qiao. The institution system of Delaware River basin management and its enlightenment [J]. Yellow River, 2009, 31(6): 16-17 (in Chinese).
6. Guo Lei, Mei Feng-qiao. Application of Precautionary Principle in legislation of preventing alien species invasion [J]. Journal of Anhui Agricultural Science, 2008, 36(19): 8308-8310 (in Chinese).
7. Wang Ren-lan, Mei Feng-qiao. Countermeasures analysis on conflicts between the protection of genetic resources diversity and intellectual property on biological techniques [J]. Journal of Anhui Agricultural Science, 2008, 36(19): 8303-8305 (in Chinese).
8. Mei Feng-qiao, Zhang Jian-cheng, Yang Xiao-ling. The issue of funding for implementing the Stockholm Convention in China and the relevant countermeasures [J]. Environmental Protection, 2007, (6B): 47-51 (in Chinese).
9. Jin Li-jia, Mei Feng-qiao. Quantitative evaluation of the effectiveness of the Policy on Technologies for Prevention and Control of SO2 Emissions from Coal-Burning [J]. Environmental Protection Science, 2007, 33(4): 1-3, 7 (in Chinese).
10. Mei Feng-qiao. The need of institutional reforms for effective management of nature reserves [J]. Environmental Protection, 2006, (11A): 52-54 (in Chinese).


1. Jin R. Environmental and Resources Protection Law (3rd edition). Beijing: Higher Education Press, 2013 (Chapter 1).
2. Hao J. Textbook on Professional Bases for Certification Examination of Registered Environmental Protection Engineers. Beijing: Higher Education Press, 2007 (Part VI: Relevant Laws and Regulations).
3. Mei F. Laws and Regulations on Environmental Impact Assessment. Beijing: China Construction Industry Press, 2007.
4. Ye W. Environmental Management. Beijing: Higher Education Press, 2000 (Chapter 3).


1. Guanghua-Antai Award for Young Scientists, 1992 (Collective Prize for the research group of the Study of Comprehensive Environmental Planning for Meizhouwan New Economic Zone in Fujian Province)
2. First Prize, Science and Technology Progress Award by the National Education Commission, 1993 (for the Study of Comprehensive Environmental Planning for Meizhouwan New Economic Zone in Fujian Province)
3. Youth Science and Technology Award of China Society of Environmental Science, 2002.



His research interests are in environmental management and law. He has been heavily involved in setting up environmental legislations, including the revision of the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Water Pollution Prevention and Control, the drafting of the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Noise Pollution Prevention and Control, and the revision of Law of the People’s Republic of China on Pollution Prevention and Control from Solid Wastes. Since 2002, he has been conducting studies related to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, covering compliance mechanism, financial mechanism under the Convention and synergy among the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions. The results of the studies provide supports for the Chinese Government in relevant international negotiations. In 2007, he was invited by the People’s Congress of Guiyang as a legal advisor in drafting the Regulation on the Promotion of Eco-civilization, and is now leading a group of experts working on drafting regulation for Zhuhai Special Economic Region on the Promotion of Eco-civilization.