SoGE Annual Review 2013/14
We are delighted to present our first Annual Review of activities which highlights our research, activities and achievements over the last academic year.
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SeminarGlobal water risks and the climate adaptation challenge
Professor Jim Hall, Co-Director, Oxford Martin Programme on Resource Stewardship. Creating a Climate for Change Seminar Series, Oxford Martin School, Oxford.
EventOxford Environment and Enterprise Forum
The aim of the 8th annual Oxford Environment and Enterprise Forum is to strengthen links between the international graduate student body of the School of Geography and the Environment and Oxford-based organisations at the cutting edge of environmental policy and practice. SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarConverting the Global Palm Oil Market to Sustainability - potential and limits of private sector driven sustainability standards
Dr Reinier de Man, Environmental Consultant. Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests Seminars. Seminar Room 1, Oxford Martin School, Oxford
SeminarOnce a home: art, displacement and temporalities of haunting
Dr David Pinder, Queen Mary, University of London. Temporality Seminar Series. A J Herbertson Room, SoGE Oxford.
SeminarDebating Darwin at the Cape
Professor David N. Livingstone, Professor of Geography Queen's University Belfast. O'Reilly Theatre Keble College, Oxford.
SeminarThe road to Paris and beyond: prospects of an ambitious global deal
Dr Artur Runge-Metzger, Head of Unit, DG Environment of the European Commission. Paris and Beyond: Pragmatic Climate Policy - SSEE Seminar Series. H O Beckit Room, SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarInequality and Europe: Images from A New Social Atlas of Europe
Prof Danny Dorling, SoGE, Oxford. Oxford Institute of Social Policy Seminar Series. Violet Butler Room, 32 Wellington Square, Oxford.
Event3rd Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference
The 3rd Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert conference provides a forum for researchers and those interested in desert and dryland environments and societies to present, discuss and debate dryland themes and research.
SeminarCANCELLED The Anthropocene and the thought of our extinction
Prof Jane Bennett, Dept. of Political Science, Johns Hopkins. Life after the Anthropocene Seminar Series. TORCH, Radcliffe Humanities Building, Banbury Rd, Oxford. Booking required.
SeminarMaking bubbles with chytrids
Dr Eben Kirksey, Environmental Humanities, UNSW, Sydney. Life after the Anthropocene Seminar Series. TORCH, Radcliffe Humanities Building, Banbury Rd, Oxford. Booking required.
SeminarSustainable transport: electric dreams vs carbon reality
Professor David Banister, Oxford Martin School Expert and Professor of Transport Studies and Dr Malcolm McCulloch, Oxford Martin School Expert and Head of the Energy and Power Group. Creating a Climate for Change Seminar Series, Oxford Martin School, Oxford.
SeminarA wealthy, healthy planet: creating green economic growth
Professor Cameron Hepburn, Director of Economics of Sustainability, Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School. Creating a Climate for Change Seminar Series, Oxford Martin School, Oxford.
SeminarFrom cosmopolitan exploration to colonial penetration: Germany and the colonial turn in the cartography of Africa
Imre Josef Demhardt, University of Texas at Arlington. The Oxford Seminars in Cartography - 22nd Annual Series. Weston Library, Broad Street, Oxford.
EventMapping Economies in Transformation - Fourth Global Conference on Economic Geography
The School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford invites geographers, regional scientists, policy makers and researchers of related disciplines to participate in the Fourth Global Conference on Economic Geography to be held in Oxford on 19-23 August, 2015.
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Event1st Global Conference on Stranded Assets and the Environment
The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment is inviting researchers and interested practitioners to a major academic conference on stranded assets and the environment. As the first international and interdisciplinary conference on the topic, we expect the event to lead to a special issue in a leading journal and result in new research projects, networks, and partnerships. Queen's College, Oxford.
Undergraduate Honour School
Experience the unique and integrative undergraduate geography degree programme at a university leading the way in geographical teaching and research. Our undergraduate degree provides students with a wide range of experience and skills across the breadth of geography, based on in-depth teaching from our many expert staff.
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International Graduate School
With over 200 graduate students from a range of nationalities, professional and disciplinary backgrounds we are one of the largest, most diverse and vibrant graduate schools in the world offering six advanced degrees in Geography and the Environment.
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The School is undertaking world-class interdisciplinary research, addressing societal and environmental problems, and advancing knowledge within an exciting research environment. Find out more …
Our Research Centres
In addition to world leading education and research in the School, we host three internationally recognised research centres and lead cross-university initiatives and collaborative networks.
Environmental Change Institute
The ECI is an interdisciplinary institute for research on the complex processes of global environmental change, the exploration of sustainable solutions, and the promotion of change for the better through partnership and education. Find out more …
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
The SSEE is enabling business and governments to address the global energy, environment and sustainable development challenges of the 21st century. Find out more …
Transport Studies Unit
The Transport Studies Unit seeks to advance innovative approaches to the study of 'transport futures' over time and space. Find out more …
Our Research Networks
Oxford Networks for the Environment
The Oxford Networks for the Environment mobilise the University's expertise to find solutions to the complex, converging challenges of energy, water, food security, climate change, and threats to biodiversity. Find out more …