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Category: Green spaces and nature

Oxford Friends of the Earth is a thriving and effective local group that has been active for over 40 years. Our purpose is to work together to promote a healthy and sustainable environment

A Human Right to a Healthy Environment Campaign

OxFoE June Monthly Meeting – Environmental Rights and Social To celebrate Great Big Green Week, we are turning our meeting into a social affair. For the first part, we are excited to host Lewis Carr from Friends of the Earth’s national office, who will enlighten us about their inspiring new Human Right to a Healthy…
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River Pollution in Oxfordshire

Following our meeting on water pollution in November we have set up an Oxford Clean Rivers WhatsApp group with River Action to enable us to plan next steps.  If you are active on any aspect of this or would like to be email info@oxfoe.co.uk and we can add you to the group. The film of…
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United for nature and climate in Oxfordshire: Follow up and information

Our Nature and Climate meeting last week went very well. 140 people took part and discussed a lot of very relevant questions on how we can deliver nature and climate solutions. Craig Bennett and Prof. Nat Seddon set out the climate- nature links very clearly. Thanks for the positive feedback we have received and for…
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United for Nature and Climate in Oxfordshire: our next major event

United for Nature and Climate in Oxfordshire: our next major event Our next major public meeting will be on how nature and climate solutions can work together. It is on Tuesday 28th November We have a great set of speakers: Craig Bennett, Director of The Wildlife Trusts (and formerly FoE CEO) Professor Nathalie Seddon, Nature-based…
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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 the historic Oxfordshire village of Chesterton. The council said that was completely unsuitable for its location. OxFoE agrees and has sent a letter to the…
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