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Jocelyn Timperley joined BusinessGreen as a reporter in September 2015 and wrote daily news, features and analysis pieces for the site.
Originally from Scotland, Jocelyn completed an MA in Science Journalism at City University London in June 2015. She also has a first class undergraduate master degree in environmental and sustainable chemistry from the University of Edinburgh.
Jocelyn left BuisnessGreen in December 2016.
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