Alice Bell is a co-director at 10:10 Climate Action, where she also leads the communications team, helping to speed up action on climate change by building public engagement with the technologies, policies and cultural changes that will help us limit global warming.
As an academic, Alice specialised in science communication and policy, working at the Science Communication Unit, Imperial College, the Department of Journalism at City University, and the Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex. Alice has also written for a range of publications including the Guardian, Times Higher, Research Fortnight and Al Jazeera. She was one of the co-founders of the Guardian’s science policy blog, and of the Science in Public conference. She was a regular correspondent for the International Council for Science’s Road to Paris 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. She worked in the Science Museum's children’s galleries for several years and can still put you in a bubble if you ask nicely.