Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment1Smith School of Enterprise and the EnvironmentThe Smith School is an interactive hub within Oxford University that engages with, educates and equips public and private enterprise with the solutions, knowledge and networks needed to address the majorenvironmental challenges facing our planet.The School strongly believes that the only way to address the environmental challenges we face is by con-vening and partnering with both public and private EnterpriseThe Smith School helps Public Enterprise with Policies that create opportunities for Private Enterprise to develop Solutions to address the major environmental Challenges facing our planet.It does this by playing three roles:. A translator and integrator. An intelligent user of research. An inter-disciplinary hub
2Smith School of Enterprise and the EnvironmentSmith Figure 1 - A map of countries of the world rated in terms of national actions and commitments on climate change. Annex I countries are rated based on submissions pertinent to the Cancun Agreements.'Very good': meet IPCC recommendations, Annex I: 25 - 40% reduction by 2020, Non-Annex I: submitted NAMA, 15-30% below BAU by 2020, or vocal in pressing for action.Those countries not participating in the UNFCCC process are coloured grey.