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Oxford University Nature Conservation Society (OUNCS) is a student-run society offering talks, screenings and outdoor events on a wide range of current and contentious conservation issues, given by distinguished speakers from the University of Oxford and beyond.
 

We aim to provide a space for environmentally concerned people to learn about current issues in conservation, and a forum for discussion about future conservation solutions.

We also aim to engage in practical conservation work where possible, as well as providing members with information about volunteer and job opportunities in the conservation sector.

Get to know like-minded people, with similar passions and interests, at our talks and social events.

You’ll have a whale of a time. 
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Reinventing Noah’s Ark: Is Nature Conservation the Solution to Flooding?

Our event of Trinity 2014 looked into an issue that had been at the forefront of news that previous winter; namely flooding and flood control. With increasing urbanisation along the banks of rivers, the threat of flooding and increased damage from these events is a very real problem when it comes to urban (as well … Continue reading Reinventing Noah’s Ark: Is Nature Conservation the Solution to Flooding?

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