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    Sunak’s rollback on climate and the economy

    The unanimous agreement of industry is striking: while they might normally be reluctant to directly criticise government policy, the automotive industry has been almost unified in its dismay.

    St Hugh’s and Oriel score 0 on latest sustainability ranking

    The Climate League of Oxford and Cambridge (CLOC) has just released its 2023 ranking of Oxford colleges. St Hugh’s and Oriel are the worst...

    Wadham wins national Climate Quiz

    Wadham College has been crowned the champion of the National Union of Students’s Feburary Big Climate Quiz. The quiz was part of the sustainability...

    Just Stop Oil activist who threw soup at Van Gogh painting gives talk at Earth Sciences Department

    The Oxford University Earth Sciences Department hosted Just Stop Oil activist Phoebe Plummer for a speaker event last Thursday, entitled ‘How To Just Stop...

    Project launched to power Oxfordshire’s emergency vehicles with hydrogen

    In a move away from fossil fuels, the project is working to create a way for emergency vehicles to be powered by hydrogen. 

    “Sewage scum” and “nasty infections”: Students plagued by deteriorating river quality

    From the cancellation of regattas to health advisories against swimming due to sewage dumps, the once pristine rivers of Oxford are now increasingly unsafe....

    Our planet is in crisis; can we save it?

    "We are at a crossroads for humanity."

    Covid, War, Climate change: the end of our globalised world?

    "Another diplomatic and economic bomb is waiting to explode: our dependency on China."

    When Disaster Strikes: Don’t Look Up’s Rally Cry Against Climate Change

    Impending disaster. And yet little to nothing is being done about it. The film’s portrayal of a disaster that could be averted but is being ignored offers a clear message about the climate crisis to the audience.

    The cacophony of crisis

    COP26 has brought forth a multitude of images which embody the climate crisis: koalas clinging to rescue workers in Australian forest fires, polar bears...

    Climate Justice Campaign criticise Linacre name change donation

    "Linacre College’s receipt of a ‘transformative' donation from SOVICO Group has drawn criticism from the Oxford Climate Justice Campaign because of the company's associations with the aviation and petroleum industry."

    Carbon-footprint Culinary: the Future of Menus?

    COP26, the United Nations Climate Change Conference currently underway in Glasgow, is providing catering that prioritises locally sourced and seasonal food ‘to minimise mileage...

    Global Day for Climate Justice draws crowds in Oxford

    Saturday the 6th saw a protest for climate justice in Oxford, which started with a march in Cowley and ended with a rally on Broad Street. It was attended by a “movement of movements”, including Extinction Rebellion, Oxford Climate Society and various faith and political leaders.

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