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World Forum on Enterprise & the Environment
Disruption. Collaboration. Action.
The World Forum is Oxford Universityís annual high-level, high-impact flagship event on enterprise and the environment.
The latest World Forum took place on 22 September 2022. In this critical year, the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment brought together world leaders in policy, business and academia to embrace bold ideas, identify priority solutions to get their firms, industries and countries to net zero and investigate how real progress can be made.
On Monday 7 November the Public and Third Sector Academy for Sustainable Finance (P3S Academy) at the University of Oxford held it’s first in person training course.
As a full-time DPhil student at the Smith School, my research focuses on corporate sustainability strategies and investors' responses to climate risks.
Laws around India’s coal mining projects run counter to the country’s climate change commitments and should be scrapped, according to new research led by Dr Sugandha Srivastav.
Ben Franta, senior climate litigation research fellow at the Oxford Smith School, comments on how the precedents set by previous litigations over tobacco, opioids, and asbestos could play a role in upcoming climate cases. "They are good examples that the legal system can take on big societal harms that the other branches of government frankly are just not addressing,” he said.
Poets & Quants interviews Oxford Smith School MSc student Anastasiia Zagoruichyk, a recipient of the Oxford scholarship for Ukrainians, and MSc director Dr Laurence Wainwright.
Not only can climate activism not be silenced, it is amplifying resistance to global injustice. “It is impossible to view climate change as a separate issue from human rights,” Dr Laurence Wainwright told the New Statesman.