Alix Dietzel is a senior lecturer in politics at the University of Bristol. Her research focuses on climate justice and climate policy, particularly in how we can ensure a just transition.
She has written about the global scale, comparing the UNFCCC to non-state actors such as C40 cities and is currently working on understanding just transition at the city scale. She is a senior lecturer in Climate Justice at the University of Bristol. Her teaching focuses on applied political theory including theories of International Relations, Global Justice, and Philosopher Queens. She has won three university teaching awards in the last five years.
She has written articles including Climate Change: A Chance for Political Re-Engagement? and Global Justice and Climate Governance: Bridging Theory and Practice. Outside of teaching and research, Dietzel uses her knowledge to make an impact on society. She sits on the Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change and is the Associate Director for Impact and Innovation at the Cabot Institute for the Environment.