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Anthroposphere: The Oxford Climate Review is an interdisciplinary, student-run magazine focusing on environmental and climate journalism, based at the University of Oxford. We have published hundreds of articles on a wide range of topics on our website, and in our carefully curated print issues. Our global community of writers and readers spans continents and cultural barriers. We take pride in supporting student and early-career journalists through close editorial guidance and advice.


We are currently recruiting Line Editor(s), Business Editor(s), and a Social Media Editor. 

Please email us at if you have any questions.

Line Editor 


Our Line Editor(s) will work closely with authors to develop their pitches and edit the final pieces. We welcome applicants from any university and any discipline. 


What we offer


  • Flexibility and discretion in how you organise and conduct your tasks.

  • Learn to communicate effectively.

  • Hone editing skills.

  • Opportunity to ascend into head editorship.


What we are looking for


  • Undergraduate and graduate students from any university in the world (all activities are remote).

  • Willingness to commit for at least one year.

  • Writing and editing experience preferred but not required. Beginners are welcome!




  • Support contributors as they finalise their piece in a timely manner.

  • Work with writers from diverse backgrounds.


All in all, we ask for a commitment of about 2 hours per week. Workload will vary depending on the number of projects you initiate. 

Business Editor

Our Outreach & Business Editor(s) are tasked with increasing Anthroposphere’s impact and attracting external support. This is a unique opportunity to learn how to navigate the world of communications, networking, and fundraising – widely sought-after skills across a range of professions.


What we offer


  • Grow a small and entrepreneurial journalism project.

  • Flexibility and discretion in how you organise and conduct your tasks.

  • Learn to communicate and network effectively.

  • Hone financial and economic skills in practice.


What we are looking for


  • Preferably students or young professionals based in Oxford or surroundings (although we are open to applications from all over the world, as long as they outline how they aim to increase the magazine’s outreach).

  • Willingness to commit for at least one year. 

  • A background in communications and/or business administration or related fields is an asset, but not a requirement. 




  • Liaise with partner organisations such as Oxford Climate Society.

  • Increase Anthroposphere’s visibility and sales, both online and in print. 

  • Scope out new funding and sponsorship options avenues.

  • Handle the magazine’s balance sheets and accounts.


All in all, we ask for a commitment of about 2-3 hours per week. Tasks can be split flexibly between multiple business editors to reduce individual workload.

Social Media Editor


The Social Media Editor will work closely with our Art Editor to promote Anthroposphere’s journalism in the digital realm.


What we offer


  • Learn how to effectively navigate the world of social media.

  • Sharpen Anthroposphere’s visual and substantive profile online.

  • Gain valuable insights into the digital promotion of journalistic content.


What we are looking for


  • A social media-savvy person with a keen interest in environmental topics.

  • Willingness to commit at least for one term, although preference will be given to longer commitments.



  • Regularly update Anthroposphere’s social media handles with latest articles, news, art work and more (Twitter, FB, and Instagram) – about three posts a week.

  • Work with the art and design team to create publicity material (such as digital posters) for the magazine.

  • Collaborate with the business editors


The weekly commitment should not be more than 1-2 hours.

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