Dr Alix Dietzel
BA, MA, PhD
I am a climate justice and climate policy expert. Focusing both on the global and local scale, I am interested in how just the response to climate change is and how we can ensure a just transition.
Lecturer in PoliticsSchool of Sociology, Politics and International Studies
My research focuses on climate justice and climate policy. I have written about the global scale, comparing the UNFCCC to non-state actors such as C40 cities. I'm currently working on understanding just transition at the city scale, focusing on Bristol.
My teaching focuses on applied political theory. I teach Theories of International Relations, Global Justice, and Philosopher Queens and take pride in making my classroom engaging and inclusive.
Outside of teaching and research, I try to use my knowledge to make an impact on society. I sit on the Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change and am the Co-Lead for the Environmental Change theme at the Cabot Institute.
- Commissioned report
Global Justice and Climate Governance
- Authored book
Theories of International Relations (1st year UG)
Global Justice (2nd year UG)
Philosopher Queens (3d year UG)