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Xiaomeng Lu

Formerly of ITI

Areas of Expertise:
environmental issues in Asia-Pacific region, trade, standards, China policy

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As director, global policy at the Information Technology Industry Council, Xiaomeng Lu focuses on trade, environment and energy issues in the Asia Pacific Region. She runs advocacy campaigns in regards to information and communication technology (ICT) product design-related environment and energy policies and compliance challenges. In this capacity she also promotes government policies and practices that encourage ICT-enabled sustainable growth and clean energy innovation in major emerging economies. This includes staffing ITI's Asia Environment & Energy Network and running the international work of the ITI-based coalition Digital Energy & Sustainability Solutions Campaign.

Xiaomeng holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Renmin University of China and an M.A. in International Trade Policy from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

Blog Posts by Xiaomeng Lu

  • Digital India Starts with Good ICT Policy   (December 17, 2015)

    Last week, ITI led a group of tech associations in sending a letter to India Prime Minister Modi supporting a change in policy to allow importing of valuable spare parts and equipment. Prime Minister Modi ...

  • DESSC Finds a Green Partner in China   (September 28, 2013)

    On Secretary of State John Kerry’s first trip to China, the U.S. and China established the U.S.-China Working group under the Strategic and Economic Dialogue.  Mr. Todd Stern, U.S. Special Envoy for Climate ...

  • China’s Dream of Becoming a Low-Carbon Economy   (July 03, 2013)

    Xi Jinping mentioned the new political slogan “the Chinese dream” numerous times in his first speech to the nation as the President of China in March 2013.  But what does it mean?  To put the dream into ...

  • Ancient City Captivated by Green Technology – DESSC China Summit   (May 24, 2013)

    The 3,000-year old city of Xi’an was the capital of the first Chinese feudal dynasty. The city is world renowned as the home of the largest collection of ancient terracotta warriors.  Every visitor to ...