Binbin Li is a Ph.D student at the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment, working in species conservation and management of protected areas in China. She got her B.S in Life Sciences with a dual degree in Economics from Peking University in China, and her M.S in Natural Resources and Environment from University of Michigan. Her work covers the identification of conservation priority in China, giant panda conservation, Footprint Identification Technique for giant pandas, impacts of plantation on biodiversity in Southeast Asia, and behavioral study. Through her extensive fieldwork on Tibetan plateau and southwestern mountains in China, she uses her photos and videos to show the beauty of biodiverse areas that are rarely accessed by the public, deliver love and concern for the nature, and care for the locals. She hopes to combine the power of science and visuals to promote conservation. She is a nature photographer for Imaging Biodiversity Expedition, and she is on the board of DukeSNAP (Stories for Nature and People).