Annual lectures

The OCRN has long had a reputation for engaging with the best climate researchers from across the world. To celebrate this global network and to showcase the high quality research of Oxford’s academics we have been running a series of annual lectures covering the full spectrum of the physical climate system, the impacts of climate change and potential solutions.


Speaker: Prof. Thomas Stocker (University of Bern)
Title: Global Warming: Too late for limits?


Speaker: Prof. Corinne Le Quéré, University of East Anglia
Title: Understanding CO2 emissions trends & carbon-climate feedbacks using historical data


Speaker: Prof. Kerry Emanuel (MIT)
Title: Hurricanes and Climate Change


Speaker: Prof. ‘Ram’ Veerabhadran (Scripps Inst.)
Title: Climate change: an existential problem?


Speaker: Prof. Michael Oppenheimer (Princeton University)
Title: Deep Water, Shallow Understanding: Managing the Risk from Sea Level Rise


Speaker: Prof. David Battisti (University of Washington)
Title: From global to local – the relationship between global climate and regional warming