This talk is part of Oxford Green Week, a city wide festival celebrating sustainability and inspiring people to take action against climate change through a series of events. See our other Oxford Green Week Event here.
The high seas, the waters...
Oxford Martin SchoolWe've got a great talk lined up for #OxfordGreenWeek - deep sea biologist and associate of our Sustainable Oceans programme @AlexDavidRogers on 'Protecting the high seas'
Oxford Martin SchoolEvery business must have a plan for when net emissions are zero, say @camjhep and Myles Allen in @FT. @oxmartinschool principles for climate-conscious investment provide simple, scientifically-based guidance.
Like the wind, knowledge can be difficult to see or grasp, but if well-harnessed, it can help us do extraordinary things. In this talk, Dr Penny Mealy will discuss how novel analytical tools are providing new insights into the use of knowledge in...
This is a joint book talk with The Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health at the Oxford Martin School
Now that Trump has turned the United States into a global climate outcast, will China take the lead in saving our planet from...
Oxford Martin SchoolOn 18th June @bfinamore will be here with a talk entitled "From pollution to solution: will China save the planet?". Starts at 5pm followed by a drinks reception, book sale and signing. Register for free now at
A separate target for methane from sheep and cattle has been painted as a sop to farmers; on the contrary, it puts the onus on the sector to curb warming
Oxford Martin School"#NewZealand has prioritised science over inertia in recognising the need to differentiate short-lived climate pollutants like methane from cumulative pollutants such as CO2 in #climatepolicy."
Read Dr Michelle Cain (@civiltalker) in @ClimateHome
This is a joint event with the Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Climate Research Network (OCRN)
Professor David Battisti, The Tamaki Endowed Chair of Atmospheric Sciences, will be talking about global climate sensitivity controlling regional...
Last week the Commons International Development Committee (IDC) published its report into UK aid for combating climate change. The report detailed that between 2011 and 2017 £4.9 billion was spent by various UK agencies on supporting projects to...
Oxford Martin School“The challenge is huge, it is existential, and there is very little time. The severity of the situation simply cannot be overstated.” says recent @CommonsIDC report into UK aid for combatting #ClimateChange. News and thoughts from advisor @SamBickersteth
The biosphere and econosphere are deeply interlinked and both are in crisis. Industrial, fossil-fuel based capitalism delivered major increases in living standards from the mid-18th through late-20th centuries, but at the cost of widespread...
Oxford Martin SchoolOn 20th June, join @EricBeinhocker, Exec Director of @INETOxford, to discuss how, by changing the ideologies, narratives, and memes that govern our economic system, we can rapidly transform to a sustainable and just economic system.