Over a hundred authors, musicians and actors have written to the Prime Minister urging him to extend the right to roam in England. From actors such as Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry to the author and playwright Ali Smith, signatories to a “A letter from the artists of the land” call on Boris Johnson to Read More…
Oxford University Amnesty International Society (OUAIS) has this week joined the world’s biggest letter-writing campaign, writing letters in support of people around the world facing human rights abuses.
Why isn’t road building called a revolution? Or perhaps we should call that most disastrous project, HS2, the rail revolution. The government has set aside £27bn for road building projects over the course of its (potential) five years in office, whilst the ever-ballooning cost of HS2 is set to top £100bn. The huge sums of Read More…
The Labour Party today launched its Green Economic Recovery, in which it accused the Government of a “lack of ambition” on the climate and ecological emergency.
The University of Oxford has today released its draft Environmental Sustainability Strategy, with plans to reach net zero carbon emissions and a net gain in biodiversity by 2035.
The Women’s Equality Party (WE) has voted overwhelmingly in favour of adopting an economic model created by the Oxford economist Kate Raworth.
Oxford University Climate Justice Campaign (OCJC) has renewed its calls for the University and its colleges to take greater action to reduce their contribution to the climate crisis and climate-driven injustices.
According to monthly data collected by the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), September 2020 was the warmest on record, with global average surface air temperatures 0.05 degrees warmer than 2019, and 0.63 degrees warmer than the average between 1981-2010.
Max Spokes’ personal perspective on Kae Tempest’s newest work ‘On Connection’.
The temporary installation included hundreds of pairs of children’s and adult’s shoes with messages of hopes, wishes and fears about the future, accompanied by a banner asking, “Would you want to be in our kids’ shoes?”