How can we
transition to a
world that is cleaner,
safer, smarter, and more prosperous?
 
Incremental change along existing paradigms will fall short...
 

But what if we could identify areas where small or moderate

changes could trigger outsized impacts

 
...accelerating the post-carbon transition?
LATEST NEWS
Photo of a tree sapling ready for planting

24 May 2021

Oxford-led greenhouse gas removal programme launched

 

£30 million given to and Oxford-led consortium of a dozen universities.

Photo of solar panels in the desert against a mountainour background

19 April 2021

A new perspective on decarbonising the global energy system

Doyne Farmer and Matthew Ives speak at the new report's launch

5 February 2021

The path to net zero in the UK

Chief Executive of the Climate Change Committee Chris Stark provides an overview of its advice to the government in its report

 
Watch members of the programmes advisory board, commenting on how Sensitive Interventions might accelerate climate action - Achim Steiner - Administrator of UNDP, James Cameron - Chairman of the Overseas Development Institute, Connie Hedegaard, Chair - KR Foundation, and former European Commissioner for Climate Action, Jules Kortenhorst, CEO of Rocky Mountain Institute, and Eric Beinhocker, Executive Director of the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School
 

The Oxford Martin School Post-Carbon Transition Project is a research programme investigating sensitive intervention points (SIPs) to accelerate the transition to a post-carbon world