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1 Creative Commons Climate change: what science and the IPCC report has to say Nick Eyre and Myles Allen give a talk for the Oxford Martin School on climate change and the IPCC report. Myles Allen, Nick Eyre 18 Aug 2015
2 How Can We Institutionalize Concern for Future Generations? A talk given by Professor Simon Caney at a climate change panel discussion organised by Global Directions and the Oxford Centre for International Studies Simon Caney 28 Jan 2015
3 Masters of Nature? - The physics of trying to control the climate The Earth's climate is changing; but what are we doing about it? The frustration felt all around the world at the inability to agree a meaningful deal on global carbon dioxide emission leaves people looking for alternatives. Richard Millar 04 Jun 2013
4 Creative Commons Who's to Blame for the Weather? Professor Allen of the Oxford University Environmental Change Institute discusses one of the most pressing issues of the modern day - Climate Change. Myles Allen 08 Apr 2013
5 Creative Commons How to eat an Elephant: Why Climate Change Policy is in a Mess and How to Fix it For more than two decades, Professor Steve Rayner has led interdisciplinary research programmes on science technology and environment, specifically on global climate change. Steve Rayner 09 Oct 2012
6 Creative Commons Why is biodiversity so important for humanity? The biological diversity of life on earth provides all that is essential to the planet as we know it. But there are pressures on that biodiversity, including changing land use and global warming. Katherine Willis 20 Aug 2012
7 Creative Commons Climate change and two concepts of liberty The final lecture in the series entitled Climate Connections was presented by Dr Myles Allen who currently heads the Climate Dynamics Group in the Department of Physics, University of Oxford. Myles Allen 24 May 2012
8 Creative Commons Climate change: making the best use of scientific information Thomas Stocker discusses the challenges that are posed to climate scientists when communicating with the public. Professor Stocker is at the laboratory for Climate and Environmental Physics, University of Berne, Switzerland. Thomas Stocker 11 May 2012
9 Creative Commons Why is climate change so difficult to understand? The second lecture of a series entitled 'Climate Connections' was presented by Carl Wunsch, Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physical Oceanography at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Carl Wunsch 04 May 2012
10 Creative Commons The public and private ethics of climate change This first lecture of a series entitled 'Climate Connections' is presented by John Broome, White's Professor of Moral Philosophy and Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. John Broome 02 May 2012
11 Creative Commons The People's Planet: Reconnecting climate science, climate policy and reality Myles Allen (Professor of Geosystem Science, School of Geography and the Environment and Department of Physics) delivers his inaugural lecture on 28 Nov 2011. Myles Allen 07 Feb 2012
12 Creative Commons The People's Planet: Reconnecting climate science, climate policy and reality Myles Allen (Professor of Geosystem Science, School of Geography and the Environment and Department of Physics) delivers his inaugural lecture on 28 Nov 2011. Myles Allen 07 Feb 2012
13 Creative Commons Energy in the Future: Brenda Boardman Part 3 of 3. Some of Oxford's leading experts discuss the issue of energy in the future, one of the greatest challenges facing the world as we move through the 21st century. Brenda Boardman 30 Sep 2011
14 Creative Commons Energy in the Future: Nick Eyre Part 2 of 3. Some of Oxford's leading experts discuss the issue of energy in the future, one of the greatest challenges facing the world as we move through the 21st century. Nick Eyre 30 Sep 2011
15 Creative Commons Energy in the Future: James Marrow Part 1 of 3. Some of Oxford's leading experts discuss the issue of energy in the future, one of the greatest challenges facing the world as we move through the 21st century. James Marrow 30 Sep 2011
16 Creative Commons Climate and Weather: The Ends of Acts of God? Professor Myles Allen explains how research at Oxford allows us to quantify just how much climate change caused by past emissions is costing individuals, corporations and potentially entire countries. Myles Allen 28 Sep 2011
17 Creative Commons Rethinking Geoengineering and the Meaning of the Climate Crisis Professor Clive Hamilton delivers a critique of the consequentialist approach to the ethics of geoengineering, the approach that deploys assessment of costs and benefits in a risk framework to justify climatic intervention. Clive Hamilton 02 Aug 2011
18 Creative Commons Creativity Lecture 4: Two Sides of the Creativity Coin - Innovation and Lock-in Professor Steve Rayner (University of Oxford) presents creative and innovative potential solutions to the energy crisis and problems caused by climate change. Steve Rayner 07 Jul 2011
19 The Future of Africa: Challenges and Opportunities Former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, gives the first in the 700th Exeter College Anniversary lecture series at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford on Africa; the challenges it faces and the opportunities it has. Kofi Annan 21 Feb 2011
20 Ways out of the Climate-Finance-Energy Triple Crunch Jeremy Leggett (Founder and CEO, Solar Century) presents the closing keynote speech for the Oxford Climate Forum 2010. Jeremy Leggett 14 Apr 2010
21 Panel debate: Have activists added to the climate change problem? Neil Bowerman gives the opening talk to the debate, have activists added to the climate change problem? Neil Bowerman 14 Apr 2010
22 After Copenhagen: Change Politics, not the Climate Pam Giddy, director of Power 2010, gives a talk for the 2010 Oxford Climate Forum. Pam Giddy 14 Apr 2010
23 Creative Commons The Politics of Climate Change: Problems and Solutions Lord Anthony Giddens gives the opening keynote address to the Oxford Climate Forum, talking about the politics of climate change. Anthony Giddens 14 Apr 2010
24 Creative Commons Introduction to the 4 Degrees and Beyond Conference Mark New, Reader in Climate Science at the School of Geography and the Environment, introduces the 4 Degrees and Beyond conference, its main themes and why it was important. Mark New 14 Apr 2010
25 Creative Commons American-Sino Relations: Cooperation First part of the three part series on US - China relations, Rosemary Foot talks about the need for cooperation, especially within the current financial recession, global warming and nuclear non-proliferation. Rosemary Foot 07 Jan 2010
26 4 plus degrees: a drastic reduction in the renewable energy potential of sugarcane Fourth presentation of session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Rasack Nayamuth 05 Nov 2009
27 What would happen to barley production in Finland if the global temperature increases above 4 degrees? Third presentation of session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Reimund Rotter 05 Nov 2009
28 Adapting African food systems to a 4 degree world Second presentation of session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Polly Ericksen 05 Nov 2009
29 4 degrees plus: what might this mean for agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa? Second keynote address from session 2 (Agriculture, Food and Water Security) of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Philip Thornton 05 Nov 2009
30 Beyond 4 degrees: impacts across the global scale Third presentation from session 1 of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Nigel Arnell 05 Nov 2009
31 Creative Commons 4 degrees of global warming: regional patterns and timing Second presentation from session 1 of the 4degrees International Climate Conference. Richard Betts 05 Nov 2009
32 Terra quasi-incognita: beyond the 2 degree line First keynote address from the 4degrees International Climate Conference. John Schellnhuber 05 Nov 2009
33 UK Climate Projections: Questions and Answers Part six. Q and A session following the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Chris West, Roger Street, Richard Lamb 11 Aug 2009
34 UK Climate Projections: Where do we go from here Part five. UKCIP science officer Anna Steynor speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Anna Steynor 11 Aug 2009
35 UK Climate Projections: Projections in Practice and eLearning Part four. UKCIP senior training officer Richard Lamb speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Richard Lamb 11 Aug 2009
36 UK Climate Projections: User Interface Part three. UKCIP training officer Peter Walton and science officer Anna Steynor speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Peter Walton, Anna Steynor 11 Aug 2009
37 UK Climate Projections: How to use the Projections Part two. UKCIP technical director Roger Street speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Roger Street 11 Aug 2009
38 UK Climate Projections: Launch Part one. UKCIP director Dr. Chris West speaking at the launch of the 2009 UK Climate Projections in Oxford. Chris West 11 Aug 2009
39 Greening the full lifecycle - going the extra mile. Greening the full lifecycle - going the extra mile. Jürgen Heidegger 28 Apr 2008
40 Why Oxford University must respond to the challenge. Why Oxford University must respond to the challenge. Daniel Curtis, Nick Eyre 28 Apr 2008
41 Welcome to the Towards Low Carbon ICT conference at Oxford Welcome to the Towards Low Carbon ICT conference at Oxford. Paul Jeffreys 28 Apr 2008
42 Economics of Climate Change Professor Sir Nicholas Stern, HM Treasury: The economics of climate change Introduced by: Dr John Hood, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Chaired by: Dr Ian Goldin, Director of the James Martin 21st Century School. Nicholas Stern 14 Apr 2008