李彬彬，西南山地签约摄影师及特约自然保护与科学顾问，美国杜克大学Nicholas环境学院博士，从事保护生物学尤其是中国特有物种（哺乳类及鸟类）的研究，Duke Story for Nature and People创始人之一，致力于通过多媒体手段进行科学传播；硕士就读于美国密歇根大学，本科毕业于北京大学。
Binbin Li is a contracted photographer and wildlife conservation and sciencespecial consultant of Swild. She got her bachelor degree in Peking University, master degree in the University of Michigan and is a PhD student at Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University. Li’s research focuses on wildlife conservation, especially the specific species of mammals and birds in China. She is also one of the founders of Duke Story for Nature and Peoplewhich works on scientific communication via multi-media.
Li began her research and field work of wildlife conservation since 2007. Her research areas include China’s Sichuan Province, Yunan Province, Shanxi Provicne and Tibet Plateau, Southwest Asia, Greece, Africa and South America. She traveled through many places including alpines, rainforests, three-river headwaters region in Tibet, islands on the Aegean Sea and Andes Mountains to explore the secrets of nature and direction of conservation.
Through remote sensing and model analysis, the distribution of endemic species in China and Southeast Asia after human disturbance, large-scale disappearance and fragmentation of forests are determined, and the priority areas of protection and future protected areas are fixed. At present, the main research species is panda, the first time the umbrella effect of protection was quantified was for giant pandas on other endemic species in China; in the field study of Sichuan Wanglang National Nature Reserve for 4 years, the study also recorded the changes within the panda habitat. Subsequently, she published several research articles in international academic journals. Her work is certified by the National Interpretation Association, a natural photographer but also a drama lover. Originally a city girl born in Beijing she took a love to the wilderness.