SeminarSustainability and growth
Professor Kirk Hamilton, Visiting Professor at the Grantham Research Institute, London School of Economics. SSEE Natural Capital Seminar Series. H O Beckit Room, SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarUsing the ecosystem services approach in practice: a case study from the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia
Dr Rosalind Bark, CSIRO. Oxford Water Network Seminars. E W Gilbert Room, SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarGender, race, and neo-liberal globalization: what's next for black feminist thought?
Dr Patricia Daley, SoGE, Oxford. International Gender Studies Special Anniversary Lecture II. Old Library, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford.
EventSustainable Finance Seminar
Alexander Hoare (C. Hoare & Co.) and Anders Bouvin (Handelsbanken UK) will give a practical insight into sustainable banking. Professor Colin Mayer (Saïd Business School) will give the academic perspective on financing sustainable business. Moderated by Julie Hudson. SSEE Seminar. A J Herbertson Room, SoGE, Oxford. Booking required.
SeminarWhat we know and don't know about Earth's biodiversity
Dr Lucas N. Joppa, Computational Science Laboratory, Microsoft Research. Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests Seminars. A J Herbertson Room, SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarEnvironmental protection and rare disasters
Prof. Robert Barro, Paul M. Warburg Professor of Economics at Harvard University. SSEE Seminar. Founder's Room, Saïd Business School, Oxford.
EventMegafauna and ecosystem function: from the Pleistocene to the Anthropocene
Oxford University's Ecosystems Programme at the Environmental Change Institute, the Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests will host a three-day conference exploring the ecological and environmental consequences of megafauna/large animal extinctions. St John's College, Oxford. Booking required.
SeminarExploring and managing the earth from the sky
Dr Greg Asner, Carnegie Institution for Science's Department of Global Ecology. SSEE Seminar. H O Beckit Room, SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarBuilding a sustainable business
This event is a mix of panel and open discussions with various speakers. SSEE Business Fellows' Seven Steps to True North Seminar. J Gottmann Room, SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarShould we bring back the European Megafauna?
George Monbiot. Megafauna and Ecosystem Function Public Lecture. Lecture Theatre, Natural History Museum, Oxford. Booking required - please contact Emily Read.
SeminarAn in-house session on Open Access
Craig Finlay, Reader Services Librarian, Bodleian Library, Oxford. The presentation will include a briefing on open access for research publications, Oxford's position, and publisher policies. There will be plenty of opportunities for questions. Any questions, please contact Gillian Willis. J Gottmann Room, SoGE, Oxford.
EventThe future of national infrastructure systems and economic prosperity
This UK Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium conference will explore the relationship between economic prosperity and the provision of infrastructure systems and services. The conference aims to gather the most innovative thinkers and practitioners in the field to create a stimulating environment to foster new thinking and approaches. St Catharine's College, Cambridge. Booking required.
SeminarREDD+ and UN-REDD in the Asia-Pacific region: State of play, challenges and the road ahead
Dr Joel Scriven, Forestry Officer, UN-REDD Programme, FAO. Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests Seminars. A J Herbertson Room, SoGE, Oxford.
SeminarWhere is sovereignty?
Prof. John Agnew, Dept. of Geography, UCLA, and School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen's University Belfast. Power, Space and Theory Seminar Series. Halford Mackinder Lecture Theatre, SoGE, Oxford.
Seminar'Strangers on their own land': ideology, policy, and rational landscapes in the United States, 1825-1934
Dr Heather Winlow, School of Science, Society and Management, Bath Spa University. The Oxford Seminars in Cartography - 21st Annual Series. SoGE, Oxford.
EventDepartment Open Day
The School of Geography and the Environment holds an annual Department Open Day with events and information provided for prospective undergraduate students. Booking is required as space is limited. SoGE, 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 …