A small team at the University of Oxford is organising a Citizens’ Jury to help answer important questions about how people can travel where they need to in Oxford in a climate-friendly way that promotes health. In the first of…
GCHU Intern and MEng Engineering student Eleanor Cosford analyses the effects of embodied energy usage in construction on the environmental impact of buildings.
GCHU Intern and BA Geography student Juan Garcia Valencia reviews the current experiment trends in urban sustainability.
GCHU Intern and MPhys Physics student Lucy Main analyses the energy saving strategies to achieving net zero household energy use.
Dr Juliet Carpenter (GCHU Research Fellow) writes on her recent meeting with the Healthy Cities and Communities team of the World Economic Forum.
GCHU Co-Director, Professor Carl Heneghan writes on the urgency required in improving cycle infrastructure in Oxford.
GCHU Intern and BPhil Philosophy student Michael O’Connor analyses the various indicators of fuel poverty in the UK and the importance of addressing energy vulnerability.
GCHU Intern and BA Economics and Management student Conrad Tuckey writes on the radical effect of COVID-19 on travel behaviour across the globe.
Chloe Curtis DPhil Medical Anthropology student, University of Oxford Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We spend about 90% of our time in closed indoor environments, the majority at home. While this figure may differ between countries, creating healthy indoor environments is of global…
Daniel He BA (Hons) Philosophy, Politics & Economics student, University of Oxford Email: email@example.com Urbanisation is occurring rapidly in low- and middle- income countries (LMICs), yet comparatively little is known about the effect urbanisation will have on health in this…