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The Oxford Climate Forum is the country’s highest-profile conference on climate change organised by students, bringing leading thinkers and doers under one roof to discuss the key environmental concerns facing the global community.
The 2012 Forum was held in the Oxford Town Hall on the 3rd and 4th of February and brought together students, professionals and members of the local community for a variety of keynotes and panels from leaders in the field including John Ashton, FCO Special Envoy on Climate Change, John Vidal, Environment Editor for The Guardian, Mark Lynas, Special Advisor on Climate Change to the President of the Maldives and Martin Kirk, Head of UK Campaigns for Oxfam.
The Oxford Climate Forum is an initiative of Oxford Hub which exists to encourage and support students involved in all areas of social action, campaigning and fundraising. Say hello at www.oxfordhub.org