Policy & Impact
Mike Kendall, Joe Cartwright, Tom Kettlety & Steve Smith: "Between a rock and a wet place: putting carbon back into geological storage"
Sir John Armitt & Prof Jim Hall in conversation: "National infrastructure for the recovery and the long term"
"The stymieing effect of unresolved ethical issues on the conservation of biodiversity" with Prof John Vucetich
Henry Shue, Javier Lezaun, Thom Wetzer, Lavanya Rajamani and Steve Smith in Conversation: "Climate justice & achieving Net Zero"
Tim Kruger & Dr Steve Smith in conversation: "Beyond zero: the role of negative emissions"
'The path to Net Zero in the UK' with Chris Stark
Prof Cameron Hepburn, Sugandha Srivastav and Dr Steve Smith in conversation: "Sensitive intervention points for Net Zero"
Prof Nick Eyre and Dr Steve Smith in conversation: "Zero carbon energy systems"
Lord Martin Rees and Prof Sir Charles Godfray in conversation: “Thinking again about the future and prospects for humanity”
Prof Nathalie Seddon, Dr Cécile Girardin & Dr Steve Smith in conversation: "Value and limits of working with nature to address climate change"
Prof Sir Andy Haines and Prof Chris Dye in Conversation: "Building back healthier: climate change, health and the recovery from Covid-19"
Prof Myles Allen, Kaya Axelsson, Prof Sam Fankhauser & Dr Steve Smith in conversation: "Net zero – why and how?"
Prof Tim Schwanen and Dr Jennie Middleton in Conversation, chaired by Prof Jim Hall: "Re-imagining urban mobility after COVID-19"
Book Launch "Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years" with Prof Ian Goldin
Prof E.J. Milner-Gulland & Prof Sir Charles Godfray in conversation: "Resetting our relationship with nature in a post-COVID world"
National Geographic and Procter & Gamble virtual roundtable hosted by Lillygol Sedaghat
The Future of Plastics: How do we move to a new plastics economy? Webinar
"Powering the future: switching on the renewables" with Prof Malcolm McCulloch
“Road to somewhere? Resilient infrastructure for sustainable development” with Prof Jim Hall
Introduction to the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Plastics