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Oxford Bibliographies includes articles written by over 6,000 scholars from around the globe. In addition to their contributions to Oxford Bibliographies, these authors are leaders in their fields, are at the forefront of new research and ideas, and are teaching at the top institutions in the world. This new interactive map highlights the extensive work of these impressive contributors and provides easy linking to their work here on Oxford Bibliographies and beyond.
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- From the OUPblog (November 2015) — by Rong Fu, Editorial Board member in Environmental Science:
"This year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference, the 21st annual session of the Conference of the Parties since the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the 11th session of the Meeting of the Parties since the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, will be held in Paris from 30 November to 11 December. Its objective is to achieve a legally binding, universal agreement for all nations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and thereby limit an expected global temperature increase to 2°C (3.6° F) above pre-industrial levels."
See below for a selection of articles related to climate change, the Anthropocene, and more:
In honor of the Great War, we have created this interactive map of critical moments, battles, people, technology, and other elements that defined the spirit of the times across continents. Explore the trenches, frontlines, and troop movements while gaining scholarly insights into this crucial period – from the outbreak of War to its conclusion and lasting effects.
[* Note: This map may not be a 100% accurate geographical portrayal, but it is intended to depict historical facts pertaining to the "Great War" and the countries and regions involved.]