Oxford to Host a GGR Summer School and Climate Neutrality Forum in September 2021
Event date: September 6, 2021
Save-the-date – The University of Oxford will be hosting two interlocking events in September 2021.
Monday 6th September – Friday 10th September 2021: The Oxford Martin School will be hosting a Summer School on Greenhouse Gas Removal. More information to be posted here shortly.
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