Who's Who in Environmental Science
Andrew Bone is the creator and director of Umwelt.Science, a bilingual forum about environmental affairs. He has been active as a writer and translator in the field of environmental science since 1992. He lives in Switzerland.
Sustainability, Energy, Environmental Management
BSc Environmental Science
Diploma Pollution Control
MSc Environmental Management
(Imperial college of Science and Technology, London)
Director and webmaster of Umwelt.Science
Technical writer and translator, specialised in the environment, freelance journalist and publicist.
Vitruvian Boy, 2010, a novel about the history of science and mathematics.
Andrew Bone is a regular contributor to Umwelt.Science, a leading forum which aims to put science at the centre of the environmental debate.
Andrew Bone is the editor-in-chief of ScienceLibrary.info, a not-for-profit information provider and science educational site for schools, students, and all those interested in science and science themes.
See forum: Sustainability
He is actively engaged in writing about sustainability, with a special focus on energy and its impacts on the environment.
Andrew Bone works as a translator and document writer for many organisations across Europe. His languages are English (mother-tongue), German, Italian, and French.
Along with environmental science and physics, Andrew Bone has a passion for history and literature. He writes books which aim to popularise these subjects with the young.
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