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.
Upcoming Events Calendar
Oxford FoE are hosting a meeting on ‘The UN COP 26 climate conference – and why it matters’ on Weds. 2 Dec. 6 – 7.15pm. Register to reserve your place:
Stuart Neaverson of the UK Climate Coalition will speak at the 2 December meeting on:
- What the UN COP 26 conference is and who’ll be there
- Why it is so important
- Why the role of the UK is so important
- What the Coalition and others are planning
[The Climate Coalition links over 140 voluntary organisations — including Friends of the Earth, the National Trust, the Women’s Institute, Oxfam, and the RSPB.] Click here to find out more about the COP conference and what we want to see happen.
The 2 December meeting will be an open discussion and a chance to ask any questions about the COP and also about our work on the climate crisis. We particularly welcome new members and supporters – come along, find out more about what we do, and share your ideas about what we can do locally in the run-up to COP26.