Fanxin Meng is a Postdoctoral Associate with central research focus on how Green and Blue Infrastructure (GBI) affects Food-Water-Energy Nexus (FWEN) in cities. She is committed to construct a methodology for assessing FWEN changes in cities. Fanxin completed her PhD in Beijing Normal University in 2017, supervised by Prof. Zhifeng Yang. She is interested in delineating physical and virtual flows underlying food/land, energy, and water consumption in cities by linking the ecological and socio-economic system using material flow analysis (MFA), life cycle analysis (LCA), input-output analysis (IOA), and other industrial ecology methods. Meng has also studied urban mitigation of climate change. She is a member of second committee for Climate Change Branch in Chinese Society for Environmental Sciences. She has conducted urban carbon footprint accounting using a hybrid method, evaluated energy saving potential in iron and steel industry, cement industry, and assessed the energy efficiency of BRT system and household consumption in cities. She has conducted urban carbon flows and structure analysis in the multi-scale economy from production and consumption perspective. Meng has been committed to build a carbon emissions database of cities in China. Prior to coming to Yale, Meng has been leading two research projects separately supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Project.