We exist in a complex ecosystem and policy solutions for problems like climate change need a systemic approach, writes Ecologist Professor Tom Oliver for the Cabinet Office’s Systems Thinking blog.
Biological Science Research Seminars Dr Morena Mills, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Social Science, Imperial College, London
University Public Lecture Professor Tom Oliver (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology): The Self Delusion: How we are all connected and why that matters We often think of ourselves as individuals, acting…Read More >
Reading ecologist Professor Tom Oliver has written a new book, The Self Delusion, which explores how people, animals, plants and the planet we live on are all intimately connected –…Read More >
School of Biological Sciences Seminar Dr Ally Phillimore, University of Edinburgh: Spatial variation in phenology and its impact on trophic interactions Hosted by Prof Tom Oliver
Evolving the ability to walk on tiptoes helped mammals become the chunkiest animals on the planet, according to new research by evolutionary biologist Dr Manabu Sakamoto. But could it also…Read More >
The vast numbers and diversity of living things that populate our planet are in catastrophic decline – referred to by many scientists as Earth’s sixth mass extinction. But as Matthew Greenwell and…Read More >
The Bee’s Needs: How to Save the World’s Pollinators Wednesday 14 March, 19:30-20:45 Location: G11, Henley Business School, Whiteknights campus This event is free to attend. Registration in advance is…Read More >