Letcombe-Bassett - bit less greyWelcome to Wild Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire’s Local Nature Partnership, working to improve our county’s environment for wildlife and people. Wild Oxfordshire is a  partnership of over 60 organisations and still growing. This site provides environmental information relevant to all sectors. We are an open-ended network and welcome new links from all sectors.

Join us for a fun family afternoon  and meet some local wildlife at Bure Park Bicester on 13th September 2014.

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Dear friends, The Sustainable Development Solutions Network is proud to present its new education initiative, www.sdsnedu.org/home, which brings together online courses on sustainable development created by experts from around the world! We are starting on the launches of several exciting courses through the Fall – please join us in spreading the word by forwarding this message to your networks! To kick off this initiative, we will be offering Professor Jeffrey Sachs’ course, The Age of Sustainable Development, which starts on September 9th. The course provides a comprehensive introduction to the various dimensions of sustainable development and serves as the foundational course for the broader compendium of courses offered through SDSN.edu. There will also be a special bonus this Fall: all students that complete the course will receive the free e-book version of Professor Sachs’ new book, titled The Age of Sustainable Development. We are also excited to announce Climate Change Science & Negotiations, a two-semester course introducing students to the science and policy environment surrounding climate change with a simulated negotiation in the second semester, in which students take on the role of country delegates. This course coincides with the broader SDSN Climate Change Call to Action in advance of the COP 21 negotiations in Paris in December 2015. Both courses are currently open for enrollment. The coming year and a half, till the end of 2015, will be a pivotal period in the history of sustainable development. SDSN.edu aims to build a cadre of engaged and informed development practitioners in the lead up to 2015, empowered to tackle some of the world’s most complex and pressing challenges. Please join us in meeting that challenge. Kind regards, The SDSN.edu Team www.facebook.com/UNSDSN/timeline

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