The Smith School is an interactive hub within Oxford University that engages with, educates and equips public and private enterprise with the solutions and knowledge to address the major environmental challenges facing our planet.
Smith School Researchers and Visiting Fellows are tackling critical global issues including climate change, energy supply and water shortage, mobility, biodiversity, and the fundamental transition to more sustainable behaviour.
The Smith School is a hub for University-wide climate change and environmental research, focusing on themes that produce solutions and recommendations to directly help the decision making processes of enterprises.
The Smith School education programmes are an essential component of realising its mission for international engagement with climate change and long-term environmental sustainability.
Throughout the year, the Smith School runs a number of events supporting and promoting the school's research with experts from academe, key decision makers from enterprise and people involved in policy making.
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In partnership with UBS, the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment invites you to participate in the launch of our annual essay challenge. Apply your knowledge and creativity. Be rewarded with a chance to win £1,000
13 March 2014
What does sustainable finance mean? Does it stand for treating people and the environment exactly the way you would like to be treated? Or does sustainability in the financial sector go beyond this?