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    What does the climate crisis mean for global health?

    "It’s clear that the World Health Organisation were right to declare climate change one of the major health challenges of the 21st century."

    Final consultations for Zero Emissions Zone

    The final consultation period for the Oxford Zero Emissions Zone (ZEZ) launched this past week and remains open until January 17, 2021. Oxfordshire County...

    Great Thunberg’s Spitting Image Sketch and the Problem with Political Satire

    "Compared to the cutting-edge and culture-shaping Spitting Image of the 80s and 90s, this reboot seems to have taken out its dentures and started sipping the political and environmental crises through a straw."

    Food habits must change to meet Paris Climate Agreement, Oxford-led study...

    According to an Oxford-led study published in the journal Science, even if the world significantly reduces its reliance on fossil fuels, it will still...

    Student Council votes to ban beef and lamb

    A motion mandating the Oxford SU executives to lobby for banning beef and lamb from University-operated canteens and events has passed with a two-thirds...

    Greta’s Gap Year: A Catalyst for Change?

    "When the term “climate activist” is mentioned, the first person that comes to your mind might be a teenage girl from Stockholm."

    Oxford ‘Shoe Strike’ for climate change

    A ‘Shoe Strike’ organised by Parents for Future Oxford, in support of youth climate strikes and the future generations who stand to be most impacted by...

    Bin or Bake? Reducing your food waste

    Each time we throw leftovers in the bin we’re contributing to one of the biggest challenges our society faces today: climate change.

    Friday Favourite: The Uninhabitable Earth

    The book currently on top of my ever-growing ‘To Read’ pile is David Wallace-Well’s 2019 book The Uninhabitable Earth. Based on his 2017 essay of the...

    Students review their favourite audiobooks

    'Good Omens' by Terry Pratchet and Neil Gaiman, read by Martin JarvisI love the idea of audiobooks but often struggle to find one I...