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Getting involved

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

Oxford Friends of the Earth exists and works because people put their time into making things happen together.  We are campaigning on environmental issues and promoting solutions to the climate crisis. We are all volunteers. Our current main areas of concern are climate change, trees and air pollution and we have ‘Working Groups’ and a ‘campaign lead’ for each of these. We have monthly meetings and Action Groups meet informally in between those meetings.

You can get involved in many ways.  We have a monthly general meeting where we discuss current issues and plan our work. Our meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month 7.30-9.00 pm. These are normally at the at Quaker Meeting House, 43 St Giles, Oxford but as of summer 2020 these are online. Everyone is welcome!

We invite you to do a bit more!   We have a number of specific ways in which people can get involved and help make our work even more effective.   If you would like to put a few hours each month into helping tackle climate and other issues across Oxfordshire and more widely, please have a look at the roles we have available. Click here to download more information .

If you’d like to get involved email climate@oxfoe.co.uk and we can set up a phone call to discuss this.

We also have Action Groups on:

These groups have their own mailing lists and meet regularly – email for further information.

If you sign up to receive our monthly newsletter you’ll be kept informed on what we are doing (email bulletin@oxfoe.co.uk).

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