Oxford University took at least £1.6m last year from fossil fuel firms

Donations include £1.3m from Italian oil group Eni and appear to run contrary to aim of being net zero by 2035

The University of Oxford accepted at least £1.6m from oil, gas and petrochemical companies in 2020-21 despite its 2035 net zero commitment, according to a report by students.

The funding was in addition to the more than £11m Oxford received from fossil fuel donors between 2015 and 2020.

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