Agent: Donald Winchester
Alice Bell is a writer, campaigner and researcher specialising in the history and politics of science and technology. She is a co-director at climate charity, 10:10, working on everything from solar powered trains to community tree planting. Alice holds a PhD in science communication from Imperial College London, and she lectured on their established MSc programme. At Imperial she also set up an interdisciplinary undergraduate course on climate change. She’s also taught at City Journalism School, and was Head of Public Engagement at the Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex. She has written for a range of publications including the Guardian, Times Higher, Research Fortnight and Al Jazeera. She was a regular correspondent for the International Council for Science’s climate policy blog on the run up to the Paris talks, and launched innovation website, How We Get to Next, as its first editor. She is also a trustee of Medact, sits on the the advisory committee for the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity, University of Surrey, and is part of the leadership team for the Climate Communication Project, run out of the Priestley International Centre for Climate, University of Leeds.