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Debris accumulating on Aldabra Atoll, a remote coral island and UNESCO World Heritage Site in the southwestern Seychelles. This photograph was taken as part of the Aldabra Clean-Up Project. Image credit: Seychelles Islands Foundation (SIF).

New study shows that most plastic debris on Seychelles beaches comes from far-off sources

Environment
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Plastics
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Science
Sustainability
University of Oxford Student Ambassador Litter Picking Kayak Project

Oxford leads Nature Positive Universities Alliance to reverse biodiversity decline

Biology
Climate
Climate change
Environment
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
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University
The Omega Seamaster II submersible surveys the vertical walls of the Maldives subsea topography. These cliffs often descended from 30metres to 250metres and further to 500metres, a defining physical characteristic of the new ecosystem ‘The Trapping Zone’,

Discovery of new ecosystem - ‘The Trapping Zone’ - creating oasis of life in the Maldives

Biology
Conservation
Environment
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Science
Sustainability
The Oxford Electric Vehicle Summit will bring together the public and private sector, business, local and national government to deliver on decarbonised transport in the UK and beyond. Image credit: Ade Thomas, Green.TV.

Oxford Electric Vehicle Summit on growth, investment and decarbonisation

Innovation
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Sustainability
All Souls College, Radcliffe Camera and Brasenose College at dawn

Oxford University holds public event to promote road safety

Community
Environment
Sustainability
An Omega Seamaster 2 submersible being launched during an expedition by Nekton to the Seychelles in 2019

Oxford University to support deep-sea expedition to the Maldives

Biology
Conservation
Environment
Research
Science
Sustainability
Planning application image of designs for Oxford University’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities revealing impressive entrances

Planning application for new Humanities building reveal inspirational design

Community
Education
Humanities
Society
Sustainability
University
Like drunks running away without paying, some rich countries are expected to try to escape their financial obligations at COP26. It's outrageous, says Brian O'Callaghan, lead researcher. Credit: Shutterstock.

Dine and dash? Global COVID recovery investment is not aligned with COP rhetoric

Climate change
Coronavirus
Funding
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Social Sciences
Sustainability
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