Forthcoming Virtual

Events

Forthcoming Events

August

'Current challenges of renewable energy: integration in China' with Jose Maria Valenzuela & Hao Zhang

19th August 2020: 11:00am
Online

This webinar will give an insight into the current practices and policies in China with regard to the integration of renewable energy in the electricity system.

Series: Webinar Series: Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy

September

'How can we achieve Net Zero?' with Malcolm McCulloch & Eric Brown

2nd September 2020: 11:00am
Online

In this webinar, Malcolm McCullough and Eric Brown will talk about Net Zero and how we can achieve it, from a power perspective. Helen Gavin will host the webinar.

'Energy efficiency in a post-lockdown world: Earthshot not Moonshot' with Nick Eyre, Paul Massara & Andrew Wright

16th September 2020: 11:00am
Online

In this webinar, Nick Eyre, Paul Massara, and Andrew Wright will talk about the UK energy efficiency programmes of the past, and what we can learn from these to implement a best practice energy efficiency scheme for residential and small commercial premises in the post-lockdown world.

Series: Webinar Series: Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy

'Seizing the opportunity to raise hydrocarbon taxation' with Daniel Hardy & William Todts

30th September 2020: 11:00am
Online

In this webinar, Daniel Hardy and William Todts will talk about how to address the uneven playing field of energy, where fossil fuels attract large subsidies compared to clean and renewable technologies.

Series: Webinar Series: Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy

October

Book Launch "Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years" with Prof Ian Goldin

14th October 2020: 5:00pm
Online

Expert in globalisation and development, Professor Ian Goldin uses state-of-the-art maps to show humanity’s impact on the planet and demonstrate how we can save it and thrive as a species.

December

LEAP Conference 2020

8th December 2020: 9:30am
Mathematical Institute

Building on the successful 2018 and 2019 conferences we will continue to bring together researchers working on multiple aspects of meat and dairy production and consumption to consider its effects on population health, the economy, society and the environment.