Collection: Oxford Networks for the Environment

The Oxford Networks for the Environment (ONE) mobilise the University’s expertise in science, technology, business and society. They enable Oxford to find solutions to the complex, converging challenges of energy, water, and food security, climate change and threats to biodiversity.

ONE contributes to humanity’s capacity to make sustainable use of our natural resources for the benefit of all people and for the natural world.

The biggest challenge the world faces is to provide sufficient food, water and energy to allow everyone to live decent lives in the face of a rising population, declining fossil-fuel reserves, and the threat of climate change.

The University of Oxford is responding by delivering world-leading, diverse and innovative environmental research and education. The Oxford Networks for the Environment (ONE) aim to harness and showcase our unique capacity in this area.

ONE achieves this by networking researchers and facilitating interdisciplinary initiatives and teams. The networks span many departments and institutes across the University, linking together our expertise in science, technology, business, and society:

Department of Chemistry
Department of Earth Sciences
Department of Engineering Sciences
Department of International Development
Department of Materials
Department of Mathematics
Department of Physics
Department of Plant Sciences
Department of Politics and International Relations
Department of Zoology
Environmental Change Institute
Faculty of Law
Institute for Science, Innovation and Society
Oxford e-Research Centre
Oxford Martin School
Saïd Business School
School of Anthropology
School of Archaeology
School of Geography and the Environment
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
Transport Studies Unit
Wildlife Conservation Research Unit

Wednesday 15 July 2020 (12th Week, Trinity Term)

Friday 17 July 2020 (12th Week, Trinity Term)

Wednesday 22 July 2020 (13th Week, Trinity Term)

Wednesday 19 August 2020 (17th Week, Trinity Term)

Wednesday 2 September 2020 (19th Week, Trinity Term)

Wednesday 16 September 2020 (21st Week, Trinity Term)

Wednesday 30 September 2020 (-1st Week, Michaelmas Term)

Wednesday 9 December 2020 (9th Week, Michaelmas Term)

This collection contains talks from the following series:

This collection contains talks from the following departments: