Anthroposphere: The Oxford Climate Review is an international, student-run publication on climate change. Founded at the University of Oxford in early 2018 by Shannon Osaka and Sofia Blanchard, the magazine has grown exponentially with university-level contributors worldwide: our network spans 13 universities across 4 continents, including Princeton University, Stanford University, Durham University, University of Cambridge, Lund University, and Yale-NUS College. Anthroposphere publishes both print and digital copies, and covers climate change through a wide range of perspectives including natural science, economics, policy, and literature. Our vision is to make discourse on climate change accessible to all, and to highlight climate change's complex intersections with diverse aspects of society, cultural change, and everyday life.
Anthroposphere has hosted and interviewed notable speakers such as CBE Jonathon Porritt, CBE Tony Juniper, Fred Pearce, Professor Myles Allen, and Alan Rusbridger. Our events aim to bring together distinguished scholars, figures and students interested in climate issues together to discuss all things sustainability. We host termly launch events for our issues in Oxford, and welcome anyone who wishes to join us and read our magazine.
We have produced three print issues to date, and a fourth is in progress. You can currently purchase Anthroposphere at: