London-based researcher and writer, specializing in the politics of science, technology and the environment
Alice Bell is a researcher and writer based in London who specializes in the politics of science, technology and the environment. She is a science policy blogger for the Guardian, has a monthly column in Popular Science UK, is contributing editor for New Humanist and has written for the Observer, BBC, Times, Times Higher, Al Jazeera, China Dialogue, Research Fortnight and more. She's lectured in science media and policy as well coordinating teaching on global challenges at Imperial College, UCL, City University and the University of Sussex. Alice also has degrees in history of science, sociology of education and a PhD in science communication and spent several years working in the children's galleries at the Science Museum.
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As delegates assemble in Peru for COP20, Alice Bell sums up the state of climate change action.