Bernice Lee is Research Director for Energy, Environment and Resource Governance at Chatham House. Most recently she was Team Leader for the EU-China Interdependencies on Energy and Climate Security project at Chatham House; International Co-Chair of the Low Carbon Industrialisation Strategy Task Force of the China Council on International Cooperation for Environment and Development; a member of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Climate Change; the climate and resource expert for the European Strategy and Analysis Pilot Study; and the Coordinating Lead Author for the Global Response chapter of the Global Environment Outlook 5. Bernice was awarded an OBE in recognition of services to UK-China climate change cooperation in the 2011 New Year’s Honours List.
Her recent publications include:
- Bernice Lee Rio+20 and the Global Environment: Reflections on Theory and Practice, (International Affairs Special Issue, May 2012);
- Bernice Lee Global Trends 2030 – Citizens in an Interconnected and Polycentric World (EUISS ESPAS Report, March 2012);
- Bernice Lee Preparing for High-impact, Low-probability Events: Lessons from Eyjafjallajökull (Chatham House Report, January 2012);
- Bernice Lee Report of the Low Carbon Industrialisation Strategy for China Task Force (China Council on International Cooperation on Environment and Development, with others, November 2011);
- Bernice Lee Managing the Interlocking Resource Challenges in a Globalised World (Review of Policy Research, Volume 28, Issue 5, September 2011).