Join us to help make a difference!
Oxford Friends of the Earth works to protect and improve our environment local and nationally. We are part of the Friends of the Earth global network working in 75 countries.
Here in Oxford and across the county we work on
- Climate action – we push for stronger policies and promote clean energy solutions and actions to make Oxfordshire a genuinely ‘zero-carbon county’
- Air Pollution – we work for tighter controls on pollution across the county and we have our own pollution monitors
- Trees and nature – we want to see more space for nature, and to double tree cover across the Oxfordshire in the next 25 years
- Transport – Oxfordshire needs an integrated transport system that means that people don’t need cars for most journeys.
So why not join us? You can sign up for our free monthly mailing by clicking HERE. Check below for our latest news.
November 2023 Update! Our ‘United for Nature’ meeting is on Tues Nov. 28th.
We invite you to come and hear how nature and climate solutions can work together. We have a great set of speakers:
• Craig Bennett, Director of the Wildlife Trusts
• Prof. Nathalie Seddon who leads the Nature-based Solutions Initiative at Oxford University
• Prue Addison, Director of Conservation Strategy, BBOWT
• Camilla Burrow, Wild Oxfordshire
Our meeting is on Tuesday Nov. 28th from 7 – 9pm at the Wesley Memorial Hall, New Inn Hall St., Oxford. Please reserve your place by booking here: https://bit.ly/unitedfornature
Our guide to current ways to get involved in activities with local environment and conservation groups is available now: click here to download it.
Email us: email@example.com
Oxford Friends of the Earth is a group of people working together to promote a healthy and sustainable environment. We are one of 200+ local groups in England and Wales that are part of the national Friends of the Earth organisation (which is one of 75 national groups across the world). We are a thriving and effective local group that has been active for over 40 years and we welcome new members. We encourage people across Oxfordshire to be active in driving meaningful, positive change that makes a lasting difference to our environment.