Yang Hong, female, Han nationality, Chinese party member, born in September 1981, is currently a senior experimenter at the College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University.
In June 2004, she graduated from Northwest Normal University with a bachelor's degree in environmental science (also a junior college degree in general English). In June 2007, she graduated from Lanzhou University with a master's degree in environmental impact assessment, planning and management. From July 2007 to October 2012, she was an assistant engineer at the College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, and an engineer at the College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University since October 2012. In 2015, she passed the vocational qualification examination for environmental impact assessment engineers and obtained the 'Professional Qualification Certificate for Environmental Impact Assessment Engineers of the People's Republic of China.'
Since taking part in the work in 2007, she has been engaged in technical advisory work on environmental impact assessment, planning environmental impact assessment, post-environmental impact assessment, tracking environmental impact assessment and environmental protection planning in the Environmental Impact Assessment and Research Center of Lanzhou University, and has participated in research on topics related to air pollution. She presided over and participated in more than 50 horizontal applied scientific research projects and has published several papers on environmental impact assessment, air pollution and prevention and control. She also presided over the Special Funds Free Exploration Project of Basic Scientific Research Business Expenses for Central Colleges and Universities (Lanzhou PM2.5 source analysis and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon pollution law and spatial distribution research, project number: lzujbky-2017-65). As a member of the environmental impact assessment teaching team, she participated in and undertook the teaching work of the Environmental Impact Assessment and won the 'Second Prize for Teaching Achievement of Lanzhou University' in 2019 (a new model of atmospheric chemistry teaching reform aimed at training innovative thinking ability, certificate number : 201937).