Woody Chan
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Woody Chan
Previously, Woody worked for CWR from 2016 to April 2020. At CWR, Woody conducted research on the water-energy-climate nexus and related hidden risks including rare earths and other critical raw materials essential to the clean tech and high tech industries. His analysis can be found in the 2017 CLSAU Blue Book on “Toxic Phones: China controls the core” which examines pollution driven regulatory risks of minerals behind the mobile interface from the touchscreen to vibrations & sound. During his time at CWR, he gave TEDx talks on water and climate risks as well as presented at other educational events. Born in Hong Kong, Woody graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016 with a BA in Geography.