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

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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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75 years of the influential Great Tit study at Wytham Woods

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Researchers assess Oxford University's impacts on biodiversity and how to mitigate them

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Oxford launches new multi-disciplinary ZERO Institute

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Large mammals can help climate change mitigation and adaptation

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The Agile Initiative at the University’s Oxford Martin School will deliver high-impact interdisciplinary research and contribute urgently-needed answers to inform environmental policy

Oxford fast-paced research programme for environmental solutions wins £10 million official backing

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The environmental threat to humankind is existential. The millions who have tragically died in the pandemic, will be followed by many more if we do not take urgent action over these twin crises of biodiversity loss and climate change

A rapid climate response from science is essential

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