Water Walk Around Oxford
Join Researcher Kevin Grecksch on a water-themed stroll around Oxford to explore global and local water-related challenges.
Consider your relationship with fresh water as you walk around the city. The walk is suitable for all ages, with a slow to average pace and the opportunity to sit down at certain stops. Sturdy shoes are recommended but not a must.

Start (18:30): Museum of Natural History Front Lawn
Stop 1: Radcliffe Meteorological Station
Stop 2: Port Meadow
Stop 3: River Thames
Stop 4: Isis Lock/End of Oxford Canal
Stop 5: Ashmolean Museum exterior
End (20:30): Museum of Natural History

Kevin Grecksch is a social scientist who specialises in normative and analytical aspects of governance, especially with regard to water and climate change adaptation. His research interests include (multilevel) environmental governance, water governance, climate change adaptation, governance of societal transformation processes, property rights and the governance of natural resources, sustainability and ecological economics. Kevin has a particular interest why and how power relationships, institutions and knowledge shape the governance of water and climate change.
Date: 4 July 2024, 18:30 (Thursday, 11th week, Trinity 2024)
Venue: University Museum of Natural History, Parks Road OX1 3PW
Speaker: Kevin Grecksch (University of Oxford)
Organisers: Oxford University Museum of Natural History., REACH, Oxford Water Network
Organiser contact email address: ellena.grillo@oum.ox.ac.uk
Part of: Fair Water? Exhibition
Booking required?: Required
Booking url: https://tickets.ox.ac.uk/webstore/shop/viewItems.aspx?cg=oumnhevents&c=mnhevents#64727
Cost: FREE
Audience: Public
Editor: Irina Gribanenkova