Taylah Bland is the Senior Program Officer for the China Climate Hub and an Affiliated Fellow on Climate and the Environment with the ASPI Center for China Analysis (CCA).
Prior to this role, Taylah was the Schwarzman Fellow at the CCA where she focused on China’s domestic climate politics and international environmental law. During her time as the Schwarzman Fellow, she published a series of issue papers on China’s engagement with international environmental law, loss and damage financing, and China’s United Nations General Assembly agenda. Her commentary and work have been published and featured in The Diplomat, South China Morning Post, ChinaFile, 9DashLine, The China Project, and VOA.
Taylah was a scholarship delegate to the 2023 United Nations AFS Youth Assembly as a Climate Entrepreneur. She is also a member of the inaugural class of the United States Studies Centre (USSC) Women in the Alliance Network (WITA).
Taylah holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Self Designed Track in Comparative Law) and Mandarin from New York University, Shanghai and a Masters of Management Science (Global Affairs) from Tsinghua University where she was a Schwarzman Scholar.