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More than 1,000 people in the public and third sectors around the world have taken the online Oxford course: There is no doubt about the interest and appetite for this essential training.  Credit: Shutterstock

How to mobilise $100 trillion wisely: Oxford course on sustainable finance

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Rare wild ancestors of feral pigeons found living on British and Irish islands

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Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha‘apai erupts

Tonga volcano eruption triggered atmospheric gravity waves that reached the edge of space

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Photograph of a Harris' hawk braking in mid air

The hawk has landed: braking mid-air to prioritise safety over energy or speed

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New cross-sector sustainable energy transition hub opens with energy crisis forum

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New international partnership puts communities and smart grids at the heart of net zero

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Northeast Australia's relict tropical rainforest are one of the oldest most isolated rainforests in the world. Photo credit: Alexander Schenkin

Rainforest trees may have been dying faster since the 1980s because of climate change - study

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Great Tit at Wytham Woods

75 years of the influential Great Tit study at Wytham Woods

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