In a world where the urgency of climate action is paramount, recent political controversies have cast a shadow on our collective efforts. Populist right-wing views have driven a wedge into the consensus around climate change, challenging even the feasibility of net zero targets. Visiting Fellow Tim Dixon explores these challenges and the importance of creating shared, long-term visions for our cities, transcending short-term politics, and fostering consensus through deliberative democracy in his thought-provoking blog.
An update on project progress as the report for the Street Voice Citizens’ Jury is due to be discussed at Oxfordshire County Council’s ‘Performance & Corporate Services’ Overview & Scrutiny Committee meeting on 30th September 2022.
An update on project progress after the initial report for the Street Voice Citizens’ Jury was discussed at Oxfordshire County Council’s Cabinet meeting on 19th July 2022.
The doors have closed on the final Street Voice Citizens’ Jury, and the Street Voice team are now hard at work, bringing together four days of fascinating discussions and deliberations into a Report for Oxfordshire County Council. The final session…
Highlights and reflections from the second and third sessions of the #StreetVoice Citizens’ Jury.
Highlights and reflections from the first session of the #StreetVoice Citizens’ Jury.
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…