This seminar series is organised by NEST: New Energy Systems Thinkers: an innovative, interdisciplinary programme for postgraduates engaged in energy research.

Providing access to secure, affordable and sustainable energy is one of our biggest challenges in the 21st century. It calls for a collective effort to address the technical, societal, economic and political issues involved. At the University of Oxford over 190 senior academics and many more postdoctoral and DPhil researchers approach future energy challenges with a portfolio of disciplinary expertise. Oxford is leading on the integration of cross-disciplinary research to foster whole system solutions and NEST will play an important role in achieving this.

Speaker: Professor Cameron Hepburn, Director, Economics of Sustainability, The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School; Co-Director Oxford Martin Net Zero Carbon Investment Initiative and Lead Researcher, Oxford Martin Programme on Integrating Renewable Energy

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