Rob Bellamy is a James Martin Research Fellow in the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society at the University of Oxford. He is an environmental geographer and environmental social scientist, specialising in interdisciplinary research at the interface between human geography, environmental science, science and technology studies and social psychology. His research focuses on the interactions between climate change and society, particularly in relation to decision making, public participation, innovation governance and risk perception. Rob is currently involved in research projects on public participation in energy transitions, assessment of climate adaptation innovations, developing policy instruments for greenhouse gas removal technologies, and the socio-political feasibility of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage. He has previously been involved in projects on climate geoengineering assessment and governance.