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Oxford Energy Network

Oxford Energy is part of the Oxford Networks for the Environment. Our partner networks are Climate, Water, Biodiversity and Food. Oxford Energy is addressing the major technical, social, economic and policy challenges of providing secure, affordable and sustainable energy for all. Nearly 200 senior researchers engage with a large number of industrial and academic partners, as well as key stakeholders around the world, such as governments and NGOs. Outlines of Oxford’s energy activities can be found on our website: https://www.energy.ox.ac.uk

Series associated with Oxford Energy Network

In conversation: Energy research at Oxford
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Why do we fly & could we fly less? The Flying Less movement in the Higher Education Sector How to thrive as a Flying Less scholar: Professor Hannah Knox, Anthropology, University College London Noah Birksted-Breen, Hannah Knox 10 Aug 2022