Oxford GCRF Seminars: Sustainable economies and societies

The aim of this theme is to identify new responses to the challenges arising from changes in population, technology, consumption and pressure on the environment, including; Sustainable livelihoods supported by strong foundations for inclusive economic growth and innovation; Resilience and action on short term environmental shocks and long-term environmental change; Sustainable cities and communities; Sustainable production and consumption, e.g., materials and other resources.

These seminars are aimed at established researchers, both at the University of Oxford and other organisations in the UK, interested in working with Oxford on Global Challenges Research Fund programmes.
Join this series of four seminars, discussing the challenges and opportunities with the GCRF.
Some of our leading scientists from across all four Divisions will share ground breaking ideas in the development of new interdisciplinary collaborations.
The reception provides a unique opportunity to delve deeper into the issues and forge new partnerships.