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Oxford University Centre for the Environment

The Oxford University Centre for the Environment houses the academic department of the School of Geography and the Environment, an intellectually vibrant, research-intensive academic department at the centre of British geography.
The School is home to the University of Oxford's Undergraduate Honour School of Geography and International Graduate School which offers four taught Masters courses, a Masters of Philosophy, and a Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Geography and the Environment.

Series associated with Oxford University Centre for the Environment

4 Degrees and Beyond International Climate Conference
Energy, Climate Change, Social Entrepreneurship and Gender
Environmental Change Institute
Environmental Change Institute: Introductions to Research
Louwes Lectures
Oxford Symposium On The August 2011 Riots: Context And Responses
School of Geography and the Environment Podcasts
Transformations: Economy, Society, and Place
Transport Studies Unit Podcasts
UK Climate Impacts Programme
UK Climate Impacts Programme Training
UKERC Energy Workshops
Water Security, Risk and Society Conference
Water: Perspectives from Science and Industry
# Episode Title Description People Date
151 Creative Commons Joint Monitoring Programme Sanitation Working Group Presentation from the parallel session 'WASH: goals, targets and metrics for the next 25 years' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Andrew Cotton, Loughborough University, UK. Andrew Cotton 31 May 2012
150 Creative Commons Joint Monitoring Programme Water Working Group Presentation from the parallel session 'WASH: goals, targets and metrics for the next 25 years' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Tom Slaymaker, WaterAid, UK. Tom Slaymaker 31 May 2012
149 Creative Commons Water and sanitation planning: concepts, institutions and action Presentation from the parallel session 'WASH: goals, targets and metrics for the next 25 years' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor David Bradley, University of Oxford, UK. David Bradley 31 May 2012
148 Creative Commons Rocks, hard places and road blocks: challenges on the paths to water security in Africa Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Mike Muller, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. Mike Muller 31 May 2012
147 Creative Commons Diageo's approach to water - supporting business growth Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Gerry O'Hagan, Diageo, UK. Gerry O'Hagan 31 May 2012
146 Creative Commons State of water and sanitation: how secure is water for people? Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Jamie Bartram, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. Jamie Bartram 31 May 2012
145 Creative Commons Water security and the global development challenge Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security and the global development challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Stephen O'Brien, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development, DFID, UK. Stephen O’Brien 31 May 2012
144 Creative Commons Addressing water security risks: can we leapfrog carbon? Presentation from the plenary session 'A risk perspective on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Robert Bell, AEA Europe, UK. Robert Bell 31 May 2012
143 Creative Commons Risk-based principles for defining and managing water security Presentation from the plenary session 'A risk perspective on water security' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor Jim Hall, University of Oxford, UK. Jim Hall 31 May 2012
142 Creative Commons The case of the water insecure: building a national, regional and global coalition Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security as a 21st century challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Letitia Obeng, Global Water Partnership. Letitia Obeng 31 May 2012
141 Creative Commons Peak water and peak energy: implications for security Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security as a 21st century challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Dr Peter H. Gleick, Pacific Institute, USA. Peter H Gleick 31 May 2012
140 Framing the agenda: the global case for science, policy and enterprise Presentation from the plenary session 'Water security as a 21st century challenge' of the Water Security, Risk and Society conference. By Professor David Grey, University of Oxford, UK. David Grey 31 May 2012
139 Creative Commons Bodies, Buses and Bureaucracy: Reflections on common interests in disability rights and service provision Dr Ruth Butler, University of Hull, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Ruth Butler 11 Apr 2012
138 Gender and Transport, the Neglected Dimension: Social inclusion, access and sustainable urban mobility Professor Margaret Grieco, Edinburgh Napier University, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Margaret Grieco 11 Apr 2012
137 Breathing Unequally: Environmental justice and transport-related air pollution Professor Gordon Walker, Lancaster University, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Gordon Walker 11 Apr 2012
136 Creative Commons The Prosthetic Citizen: Forms of citizenship for a mobile world Professor Tim Cresswell, University of London, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Tim Cresswell 11 Apr 2012
135 Creative Commons Transport Is Social Policy: Focus on higher education in the UK context Dr Susan Kenyon delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Susan Kenyon 11 Apr 2012
134 Creative Commons Transport and Daily Mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Exploring young people's experiences Dr Gina Porter, Durham University, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Gina Porter 11 Apr 2012
133 Creative Commons Automobile Subjects Dr Katharina Manderscheid, Universität Luzern, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Katharina Manderscheid 11 Apr 2012
132 Creative Commons Unequal Mobility and its Social Consequences Dr Karen Lucas delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Karen Lucas 11 Apr 2012
131 Creative Commons The People's Planet: Reconnecting climate science, climate policy and reality Myles Allen (Professor of Geosystem Science, School of Geography and the Environment and Department of Physics) delivers his inaugural lecture on 28 Nov 2011. Myles Allen 07 Feb 2012
130 Creative Commons The People's Planet: Reconnecting climate science, climate policy and reality Myles Allen (Professor of Geosystem Science, School of Geography and the Environment and Department of Physics) delivers his inaugural lecture on 28 Nov 2011. Myles Allen 07 Feb 2012
129 Creative Commons The August 2011 Riots: A Political Act Dr Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou (Politics Department, Oxford) gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou 27 Jan 2012
128 Creative Commons The Issue of Contemporary Education Policies and their impact on black youth Professor Gus John gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August Riots. Gus John 03 Jan 2012
127 A President, the Gobi and the Oxford Union: Environment, Politics and Mining in Mongolia. Three researchers analyse the Mongolian President's speech at the Oxford Union, October 2011. Drawing from their current research, the themes of environment, politics and mining influence in Mongolia are discussed and implications for the future assessed. Troy Sternberg, Nick McDonnell, Ariell Ahearn-Ligham 22 Nov 2011
126 Creative Commons Pause - Reflection on the August Riots Martin Glynn, Birmingham City University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Martin Glynn 25 Oct 2011
125 Creative Commons Black Youth, Social Progression and Community Professor Cecile Wright, Nottingham Trent University and Jamaican Diaspora UK, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Cecile Wright 25 Oct 2011
124 Creative Commons Black Families in Britain as the continuing site of struggle Dr Carl Hylton, Leeds Bicentenary Transformation Project, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Carl Hylton 25 Oct 2011
123 Creative Commons August 2011 Riots: The Making a British Black 'Underclass'? Nigel Carter, NHS Community Development Worker, Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Nigel Carter 25 Oct 2011
122 Creative Commons The August 2011 Riots; What Lies Beneath? Tonica Hunter gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Tonica Hunter 25 Oct 2011
121 Creative Commons The Rioters and their failed attempt to get their voices heard Dr Michael Williams, Sussex University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Michael Williams 25 Oct 2011
120 Creative Commons Introduction to the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots Dr Patricia Daley (Jesus College, Oxford) introduces the Oxford Symposium on the August Riots. Patricia Daley 25 Oct 2011
119 'More than the Trip' and the role of transport in social exclusion and approaches to develop guidance for the implementation of accessibility planning as an integral part of local transport planning Dr Karen Lucas, Research Fellow in Transport, Accessibility and Social Exclusion at the TSU, delivers a keynote talk at the TDSA conference 'Micro transit: What? Where? Why?' conference, 18-19 August 2011, Brisbane, Australia. Karen Lucas 25 Aug 2011
118 Creative Commons Investment in transport infrastructure and economic development: recent debates in the United States Andrew Goetz, Professor and Chair of the Department of Geography, University of Denver, gives a talk for the Transport Studies Unit Lecture Series on Future Research in Transport. Andrew Goetz 06 Apr 2011
117 Creative Commons More than a job: Transport and Mobility, research as cultural explorations Professor Ole B Jensen, Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, Aalborg University, gives a talk for the Transport Studies Seminar series. Ole Jensen 17 Mar 2011
116 Creative Commons Mobility, place-making, and economic competitiveness Professor Robert Cervero, University of California, Berkeley, gives a seminar for the Future Research in Transport 2011 Hilary Term seminar series. Robert Cervero 15 Mar 2011
115 Creative Commons Myth and reality in the search for the wider benefits of transport Professor Roger Vickerman, University of Kent, gives a talk for the Transport Studies Unit 2011 Hilary Term seminar series. Roger Vickerman 07 Mar 2011
114 Creative Commons Translating daily life into simulation: MATSim and its possibilities. Professor Kay Axhausen, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Zürich, gives a talk for the Transport Studies Unit 2011 Hilary term seminar series. Kay Axhausen 07 Mar 2011
113 Creative Commons Understanding the Paths to Post-Carbon Mobility: Research Needs for Anticipating Transport Revolutions Anthony Perl, Professor and Director of the Urban Studies Program, gives a talk for the Transport Studies Unit 2011 Hilary Term seminar series on the subject of post-carbon mobility and transport. Anthony Perl 07 Mar 2011
112 Creative Commons Does Mobility have a Future? Professor John Urry, University of Lancaster, gives a talk for the Transport Studies Unit 2011 Hilary term seminar series. John Urry 07 Mar 2011
111 Soil moisture and feedback cycles; southern Africa as a carbon sink Andrew Thomas, Manchester Metropolitan University, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Andrew Thomas 24 Feb 2011
110 Minimum carbon payment along an aridity gradient for dryland forestation Henri Rueff, Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Henri Rueff 24 Feb 2011
109 Casting new light on Late Quaternary environmental and palaeohydrological change in the Namib desert: a review of the application of optically stimulated luminescence Abi Stone, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Abi Stone 24 Feb 2011
108 Modelling the emission and transport of Saharan dust Jamie Banks, Atmospheric Physics, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Jamie Banks 24 Feb 2011
107 Aeolian research Marcelo Zarate, Universidad Nacional de La Pampa, Soanta Rosa, Argentina, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Marcelo Zarate 24 Feb 2011
106 Water landscapes in central Sahara Savino di Lernia, University of Rome, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Savino di Lernia 24 Feb 2011
105 Gateway of India: the implications of palaeoenvironmental change in the Thar desert, NW India, for the dispersal of Homo Sapiens James Blinkhorn, School of Archaeology, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. James Blinkhorn 24 Feb 2011
104 A new estimate about the evaporation in the deserts of northwestern China Xiaoping Yang, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Xiaoping Yang 24 Feb 2011
103 Wet rocks, big trouble? Using novel techniques to assess rock art deterioration Lisa Mol, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Lisa Mol 24 Feb 2011
102 The role of the desert in forming the ancient Egyptian civilisation Mohamed Abouelata, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Mohamed Abouelata 24 Feb 2011
101 Hominid dispersals and the Middle Palaeolithic of Arabia Huw Groucutt, School of Archaeology, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Huw Groucutt 24 Feb 2011
100 From Dick to the Desert: a short (and incomplete) history of Oxford geography's contributions to desert science Prof. David Thomas, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford, delivers the keynote address at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. David Thomas 24 Feb 2011
99 The role of NGOs in the Drylands Development Paradigm Mike Mortimore talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Mike Mortimore 24 Feb 2011
98 Inferences on retrospective climate of Thar desert through luminescence dating of aeolian and lacustrine sequences Ashok Singhvi, Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Ashok Singhvi 24 Feb 2011
97 Groundwater and irrigation in Balochistan, Pakistan Dr Daanish Mustafa, Dept. of Geography, King's College London, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Daanish Mustafa 24 Feb 2011
96 Climate change and cultural transitions over the last 160,000 years in NW Africa Angela Vaughan, School of Archaeology, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Angela Vaughan 24 Feb 2011
95 Rejecting authenticity in the desert landscapes of the modern Middle East (Oman) Dr Dawn Chatty, Development Studies, Oxford, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Dawn Chatty 24 Feb 2011
94 Livelihood sustainability in drylands Professor Andy Dougill, School of Earth and Environment, Leeds, talks at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Andy Dougill 24 Feb 2011
93 The significance of deserts in shaping the evolutionary history of Homo sapiens Dr Michael Petraglia, School of Archaeology, Oxford, delivers the introductory address at the 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference hosted by the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 15-16 April 2010. Michael Petraglia 24 Feb 2011
92 Creative Commons Riding the Perfect Storm: World on the Edge, When will the Big Bubble Burst Lester Brown, President of the Earth Policy Institute in Washington DC, gives a lecture for the Linacre Lecture Series; Riding the Perfect Storm. Lester Brown 08 Feb 2011
91 Creative Commons Earth: A Three Act Structure Relevance of geological ideas to contemporary environmental issues.' Professor Iain Stewart, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Plymouth. Iain Stewart 28 Jan 2011
90 Creative Commons 7th CSS: The Research and Evaluation Needs of the Third Sector in the Big Society: A Sustrans / Cycling Perspective Andy Cope, Sustrans, talks on 'The Research and Evaluation Needs of the Third Sector in the Big Society: A Sustrans / Cycling Perspective' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Andy Cope 18 Oct 2010
89 Creative Commons 7th CSS: The Effective Use of Social Capital in Cycling Scheme Development Brian Deegan, London Borough of Camden, talks on 'The Effective Use of Social Capital in Cycling Scheme Development' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Brian Deegan 18 Oct 2010
88 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Understanding 'Best Practice' Heuristic: Implications for Active Travel James Macmillen, University of Oxford, talks on 'Understanding 'Best Practice' Heuristic: Implications for Active Travel' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. James Macmillen 18 Oct 2010
87 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Bicycling as a Way of Life: A Comparative Case Study of Urban Bike Culture in Amsterdam and Portland, OR. Peter Pelzer, Univ. of Amsterdam, talks on 'Bicycling as a Way of Life' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Peter Pelzer 18 Oct 2010
86 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Geographies of Urban Cycling: Investigating the Relations between Body, Technology and Space Samuel Johns, University of Oxford, talks on 'Geographies of Urban Cycling: Investigating the Relations between Body, Technology and Space' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Samuel Johns 18 Oct 2010
85 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Cycling Circles: Gender and Social Influences in UK Cycling Anja Dalton, UWE, talks on 'Cycling Circles: Gender and Social Influences in UK Cycling' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Anja Dalton 18 Oct 2010
84 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Women Returning to Cycling/Bike Riding Jennifer Bonham, University of Adelaide, talks on 'Women Returning to Cycling/Bike Riding' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Jennifer Bonham 18 Oct 2010
83 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Applying the Life Course Approach to Walking and Cycling Heather Jones, UWE, talks on 'Applying the Life Course Approach to Walking and Cycling' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Heather Jones 18 Oct 2010
82 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Inhabiting Infrastructure: How Architectures, Rhythms and Crowds Affect and Effect London's Commuter Cyclists Peter Wood, UCL, talks on 'Inhabiting Infrastructure: How Architectures, Rhythms and Crowds Affect and Effect London's Commuter Cyclists' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Peter Wood 18 Oct 2010
81 Creative Commons 7th CSS: Enacting Mobile Claims to Space: The Choreography of Encounters Between Cyclists and Non-Cyclists Katrina Brown, Macaulay Institute, talks on 'Enacting Mobile Claims to Space: The Choreography of Encounters Between Cyclists and Non-Cyclists' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Katrina Brown 18 Oct 2010
80 7th CSS: Cycling in London: All the Rage Laura Golbuff, UCL, talks on 'Cycling in London: All the Rage' as part of the 7th Cycling and Society Symposium at the Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford in 2010. Laura Golbuff 18 Oct 2010
79 Creative Commons Social Entrepreneurship: Integrating Leadership and Technology for Social Change Pamela Hartigan, Director of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Mirjana Radovic, Professor of Business Management and Entrepreneurship talk about Social Entrepreneurship at the International Women's Leadership Symposium. Pamela Hartigan, Mirjana Radovic 01 Sep 2010
78 Policy and Political Perspectives Nicola Blackwood. Member of Parliament for West Oxford and Abingdon, gives a talk on the Political aspects of female leadership and social entrepreneurship. Nicola Blackwood 31 Aug 2010
77 Creative Commons Leading Transformation:Women at the Cutting Edge of Research and Practice Plenary session on Leading Transformation: Women at the Cutting Edge of Research and Practice from the International Women's Leadership Symposium. Catherine Mitchell, Ana Brito e Melo, Olive Heffernan, Monika Wehrle-MacDevette 31 Aug 2010
76 Creative Commons Inspiring Women - Inspiring Change Jane Butcher, Assistant Director of the UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology gives a talk for the International Women's Leadership Symposium. Jane Butcher 31 Aug 2010
75 Creative Commons Welcome to the International Women's Leadership Symposium Cynthia Chang, Preseident of Females in Engineering, Science and Technology introduces the International Women's Leadership Symposium. Cynthia Chang 31 Aug 2010
74 Wahidin on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Azrini Wahidin speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Azrini Wahidin 09 Aug 2010
73 Creative Commons Taylor on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Stephanie Taylor speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Stephanie Taylor 09 Aug 2010
72 Creative Commons Shabazz on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Rashad Shabazz speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Rashad Shabazz 09 Aug 2010
71 McGrath on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Dara McGrath speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Dara McGrath 09 Aug 2010
70 Creative Commons McAuley on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Mary McAuley speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Mary McAuley 09 Aug 2010
69 Creative Commons Hutchings on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Stephen Hutchings speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Stephen Hutchings 09 Aug 2010
68 Creative Commons Hall on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Alex Hall speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Alex Hall 09 Aug 2010
67 Creative Commons Codd on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Helen Codd speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Helen Codd 09 Aug 2010
66 Carrabine on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Eamonn Carrabine speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Eamonn Carrabine 09 Aug 2010
65 Creative Commons Armstrong on Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective Sarah Armstrong speaks at the Gender, Geography and Punishment in Comparative Perspective workshop hosted by the Centre for Criminology and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, on the 22-23 June 2010. Sarah Armstrong 09 Aug 2010
64 Creative Commons Introduction to the 4 Degrees and Beyond Conference Mark New, Reader in Climate Science at the School of Geography and the Environment, introduces the 4 Degrees and Beyond conference, its main themes and why it was important. Mark New 14 Apr 2010
63 Creative Commons Panel discussion: What next for climate change reporting? Several of the UK's most influential environment correspondents from the BBC, the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Sun and The Science Media Centre to discuss the challenges of climate change reporting in the coming months. Fiona Fox, Richard Black, David Adam, Fiona Harvey 08 Apr 2010
62 Creative Commons The UKCIP user interface Tom Wilson gives an introduction to the UK Climate Impacts Program user interface, where individuals are able to create climate future projections for different areas of the UK. He also demonstrates how the user interface works. Tom Wilson 08 Apr 2010
61 Creative Commons UKCP 09 - UK Climate Projections 2009 Richard Lamb gives an introduction to the history of climate projections in the UK, he also describes the different levels of information available to organisations and individuals through UKCP 09. Richard Lamb 08 Apr 2010
60 Creative Commons Local Authorities Laurie Newton talks about the need for local authorities to adapt to climate change and some of the resources which are available to help Local Authorities understand adaptation. Laurie Newton 08 Apr 2010
59 Creative Commons Business Kay Johnstone talks about why climate change is an issue as much for businesses as it is for governments and also some of the ways in which businesses can adapt to climate change. Kay Johnstone 08 Apr 2010
58 Creative Commons How can you adapt? Some climate change is inevitable, Megan Gawith talks about the need for organisations and individuals to adapt to climate change. Megan Gawith 08 Apr 2010
57 Creative Commons Climate Science Alastair Brown explains what climate science is, what the difference between weather and climate, how the scientists model the climate and what range of factors are considered in modelling climate. Alastair Brown 08 Apr 2010
56 Creative Commons Introduction to the UK Climate Impacts Program Chris West, Director of the UK Climate Impacts Program, gives an introduction to UKCIP, its history and the reason why it stresses the importance of climate change adaptation, rather than climate change mitigation. Chris West 08 Apr 2010
55 Creative Commons Copenhagen COP 15: What happened and What next? An ECI organised panel discussion following the Copenhagen international climate negotiations in December 2009 to review what happened at the negotiations and what happens next. Diana Liverman, Yadvinder Malhi, Mark Lynas, James Painter 20 Jan 2010
54 Freshwater and International Law: Universal and Regional Perspectives Professor de Chazournes delivers the 2009 Louwes Lecture on the development of International and National Law concerning the use of freshwater, environmental issues and the international laws protecting people's human rights to fresh water. Laurence Boisson de Chazournes 27 Nov 2009
53 Greenhouse gas contributions and mitigation potential of agriculture Third presentation of session 10 (Avoiding large climate change 2) from the 4 Degrees international climate conference: Greenhouse gas contributions and mitigation potential of agriculture: creating incentives within the existing carbon trading agreements Hari Dulal 27 Nov 2009
52 Creative Commons What will it take to avoid 2, 3 and 4+ degrees? Second presentation of session 9 (Avoiding large climate changes 1) of the 4 Degrees international climate conference: What will it take to avoid 2, 3 and 4+ degrees? The importance of cumulative emissions. Myles Allen 27 Nov 2009