My name is Anna Bell, and I am the curator of this website!

I am a senior at Emory University studying Chemistry. After graduation I am working in tech in SF, and in the future hope to combine my knowledge of tech and science to help the fight against climate change.

I originally started this site as a part of the course work for my ENVS326: Climate Change and Society course at Emory University during the fall 2018 semester (Syllabus). I hope this website is able to reach people that are interested in the progress that can be made with climate change. My hope is that I am able to use multimedia to show the science behind climate change in a way that inspires people to help in the fight against climate change.

I would also love to hear your thoughts – an interactive website is a website that moves forward!


P.S. – The picture of the forest on the top of the site was taken by me on a run in a forest by my grandparents’ home in Bokholt-Hanredder, Germany. It is one of my favorite places in the world. Ever since I was a kid, I went there to be by myself – wether to play, walk or to read. Now, it’s still my safe place against bad grades and friend troubles. Two years ago the government sold a part of it to produce toothpicks. It makes me want to protect this safe space, and all others around the world.

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