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Oxford Friends of the Earth

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Oxford Friends of the Earth is a group of people working together to promote a healthy and sustainable environment. We encourage people across Oxfordshire to be active in driving meaningful, positive change that makes a lasting difference to our 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.

Latest News

January 2021 News – be part of the year of climate action!

Our January newsletter is now available – download it here Find out more about what we are planning to do this year and how you can be involved Our next[…]

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Stop the Wolf! Say no to the Bicester ‘lesiure resort’

Great Wolf Resorts (a huge U.S. ‘leisure industry’ company) are appealing against a decision by Cherwell D.C. planners who unanimously rejected their proposal to building a super-sized American resort in[…]

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COP 26 – The UN Climate Conference in 2021 and why it matters

Oxford Friends of the Earth  have an informal open meeting on Climate Action and the UN COP 26 conference on Weds. Dec. 2nd  ( 6 – 7.30pm). In November 2021[…]

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Climate Change

We need to have the strongest possible calls for action locally and nationally to cut our carbon  emissions to zero. We have a Climate Working Group leading our activities

Air Quality

Oxford FoE have an active Clean Air working group and we have set up the Clean Air Charter

Expressway

The proposed Oxford-Cambridge Expressway will have hugely damaging impacts on our environment and our communities.

Nature – Trees and Bees

We are launching a major new campaign for many more trees to be planted across Oxfordshire.

Plastics

We are working with other groups across the county to end the use of single-use plastics

Local Development

Oxfordshire faces huge development pressures. We work to ensure local plans take climate change seriously

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