Feng Ge is an environmental protection lawyer in China with extensive experience in litigation and policy advocacy. For six years, Ge led the legal department at Friends of Nature, the first environmental non-governmental organization (NGO) in China with national influence. Ge and her colleagues at Friends of Nature played a key role in lobbying for revisions to the Environmental Protection Law that gave NGOs standing to sue polluters in 2015. Since then, Ge and her team have brought nearly fifty environmental public interest lawsuits, including to protect endangered species in Yunnan province, which was later recognized by China’s Supreme People’s Court as a model case and by the United Nations as a Sustainable Development Goal Good Practice. Ge has a doctorate in environmental law from the China University of Political Science and Law and instructed Renmin University Law School’s environmental law clinic from 2017 to 2020. At the Tsai Center, Ge will research citizen suits against ocean polluters, climate change law and litigation, and legal clinical education focused on environmental protection.