Biodiversity and Society
Damehood for Professor E.J. Milner-Gulland in King’s Birthday Honours
The Director of three Oxford Martin School programmes is one of six members of Oxford University recognised in the 2023 King's Birthday Honours list.
“No more harm to nature”: citizens’ assembly calls for urgent change
The first ever UK-wide citizens’ assembly for nature has today published its recommendations for renewing and protecting our natural environment, calling for urgent and immediate action from every part of society.
Open letter calls for enforcement so that “toothless” Environment Act protects the English countryside
Leading ecologists, conservationists and biodiversity specialists from the Universities of Oxford, Kent, Exeter and Bangor have today published an open letter calling on the government to close gaps in the Environment Act 2021 that could undermine its ability to protect and restore nature, and reverse wildlife loss in England.
New programme launched to reshape our approach to tackling biodiversity loss
The accelerating loss of biodiversity is rapidly becoming acknowledged as one of the major threats facing humanity in the next decade, just as its significance to our health, wealth and well-being is becoming better understood.
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