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July

June

Prof Dame Henrietta L. Moore & Prof Sir Charles Godfray in conversation: "Rethinking planetary prosperity: are we measuring what we value?"

3rd June 2021: 5:00pm   Live Stream
Online - Crowdcast

The recently published Dasgupta Review has made a strong call for the fundamental rebuilding of economic models in ways that inherently value Nature.

Series: The economics of biodiversity

May

Inger Andersen & Cameron Hepburn in conversation: "Putting a value on nature: Influencing global action on environmental challenges"

20th May 2021: 5:00pm   Live Stream
Online - Crowdcast

Even as we seek to overcome the global pandemic, humanity faces three planetary crisis that threaten our future - the climate crisis, the biodiversity crisis, and the pollution and waste crisis – driven by decades of relentless and unsustainable consumption and production.

Series: The economics of biodiversity

Book Launch: Ian Goldin: "Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World" chaired by Nik Gowing

19th May 2021: 5:00pm   Live Stream
Online - Crowdcast

We are at a crossroads. Covid-19 has wreaked havoc but also offers the potential for radical change.

Sir Partha Dasgupta & Cameron Hepburn in conversation: "The Economics of Biodiversity Review"

6th May 2021: 5:00pm   Live Stream
Online - Crowdcast

On the 2nd February 2021 The Economics of Biodiversity: The Dasgupta Review was published, an independent, global review on the Economics of Biodiversity led by Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta.

Series: The economics of biodiversity

April

IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva & Ian Goldin in conversation: "Roadmap to the Sustainable Development Goals"

29th April 2021: 2:00pm   Live Stream
Online - Crowdcast

The global pandemic has derailed progress toward the SDGs as developing countries now balance long-term investments in health, education, roads, electricity, and water with spending to protect lives and livelihoods.

March

Tom Hale, Aoife Brophy and Steve Smith in conversation: "The race to zero: action by cities, business and investors"

15th March 2021: 1:00pm   Live Stream
Online

Net zero targets are proliferating across the world, covering not only countries but also business, investors, cities, states and provinces, universities, and many others.

Series: Oxford net zero: climate in the balance

"Leopards, mountains and politics" with Mohammad Farhadinia

10th March 2021: 5:00pm   Live Stream
Online

Although its broad geographical range and charismatic appeal make the leopard one of the most potent mammalian ambassador species, it is experiencing a greater range loss than most other large terrestrial carnivores.

Radhika Khosla, Kaya Axelsson, Nicole Yazon & Steve Smith in Conversation: "Net Zero for Local Communities"

8th March 2021: 1:00pm   Live Stream
Online

Local communities have an important role to play in the net zero transition, developing new models of collective living to both mitigate and adapt to climate change.

Series: Oxford net zero: climate in the balance

February