Centre Staff 2021-03-29T05:10:58+00:00

Research Staff

Dr. Darren Cheung is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow of the Centre. Dr. Cheung obtained his MA in Social Science from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and completed his PhD study in 2015 at The University of Hong Kong. His thesis investigates the dynamics between the government, developers and community in the land supply and land-use planning of public open space in Hong Kong.

Dr. Cheung’s research interests include: sustainable energy transition; energy and planning governance; and energy and urban geography. Prior to joining HKBU in 2017, he served various teaching and research positions in the Department of Urban Planning and Design in The University of Hong Kong. 

Martin Cheng is a Research Assistant of the Centre. He is a graduate of Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons.) in Geography at Hong Kong Baptist University. He is interested in issues related to Sustainable Development and Climate Resilience. 

Thomas Lam is a Research Assistant of the Centre. He is a graduate of MSc student majoring in Energy and Environment at City University of Hong Kong. He is interested in the research topic of smart water metering, renewable energy transitions and sustainable development goals. 

Pat Chan is a Project Assistant of the Centre. She is a graduate of MComm majoring in International Finance at University of New South Wales.