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Learning from Lockdown – how can we build a better future?

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Learning from Lockdown – how can we build a better future?

Learning from Lockdown –  how can we build a better future?

On Wednesday May 25th Oxford Friends of the Earth launches our new project to record people’s stories of positive changes that they have made during the ‘lockdown’.

The last few weeks have seen massive changes in how we live and work. Alongside the problems and the suffering there have – for some of us – been some positives.

We invite you to tell their stories of the changes that you have made – and want to stick with.  You can tell their stories and add a picture to a webpage that will build a unique set of ‘snapshots of change’ – of ‘Learning from Lockdown’.

Add you story at this page: https://www.oxfoe.co.uk/learning-from-lockdown-how-can-we-build-back-better/ and add their own story easily.   The stories are displayed at: https://www.oxfoe.co.uk/your-stories/

We’d like to know:

  • Are there changes that you are going through that will stay with you?
  • Are there differences in your lifestyle that you would like to see last beyond the ‘lockdown’ and become a permanent part of your life?
  • What have you learned, done or valued during this time?
  • What’s been good for you, for your community – and for our environment?

will be writing to all our councillors and MPs, urging them to ensure that national and local recovery plans have positive impacts on tackling the climate crisis.  We will use your good ideas and stories as part of that report.