The Economist Daily Chart featured new research on the global state of carbon dioxide removal, led by Dr Steve Smith along with Oxford Smith School authors Carter Powis, Emily Cox and José Luis Reséndiz.
Led by Dr Steve Smith, an international team of authors including Oxford Smith School researchers Dr Emily Cox, José Luis Reséndiz and Carter Powis, have published the first report on the global state of carbon dioxide removal.
In this guest post for Carbon Brief, Dr Steve Smith outlines a new report on carbon dioxide removal (CDR) – a practice which is increasingly recognised as a crucial part of achieving climate goals, alongside reducing emissions.
This month saw the launch of the Government Climate Campus – an ambitious partnership to connect public servants with the tools and training they need to address the climate crisis. The Smith School is delighted to be a founding partner and contributing our expertise to supporting 50,000 public servants to cut emissions by 50% by 2030.
In a series of powerful 'hopes' for Egypt, 20 leading researchers from across the University have recorded wishes and warnings in videos and written messages for the delegates to COP27.
Ahead of COP27, academics from 50 institutions have called for a shift in how politicians, funders and researchers think about the clean energy transition in the African continent, as a new study highlights radically different energy needs across countries.
To advance the aim of building a business of climate and sustainability conscious colleagues, the firm partnered with the University of Oxford Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment to deliver the Climate and Sustainability Accelerator Programme.