Alejandro Ehrenfeld

Zhang Tao graduated from China University of Geosciences (Beijing) with a diploma in resources Management Engineering and obtained a PhD degree at the School of Earth Scienes and Resources. He received his degree in Science of Public Management from China University of Geosciences (Beijing.

He had worked in China Beijing International Mining Exchange and mainly researched in iron supply and development of the whole world; and now he works at the Development Research Center China Geological Survey. His main fields of research are natural resources and environmental policies, mining laws, regulations, mineral taxation and mineral resource strategy. In addition he is interested in Tungsten, REEs and critical minerals.

So far Zhang Tao has 12 academic articles published and published 4 books as major contributor (in chinese language); he presides over 4 research projects and takes part in 13 research projects. He has coordinated and participated in the Energy Foundation of US funded projects and gave presentations at several international conferences.