Low Carbon West Oxford

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West Oxford walk 18th June

Kingfisher Corner in Summer



Kingfisher Corner (Botley Park), a

wildlife area set up and maintained by

LCWO volunteers, is included on the walking tour








Join us on a walking tour of Low Carbon West Oxford initiatives and installations on Wednesday 18th June in the early evening.


Let's talk about climate change and local flooding


Flooding in Oatlands Road



















Our first open meeting in 2014 will be on the theme of climate change and local flooding.  Join us on Wednesday 21st May from 7.30pm - 9.30pm in West Oxford Community Primary School, Ferry Hinksey Road.  Refreshments will be provided.


It's better by bike!

The benefits of cycling to work.

Cycling is Greener, Quicker, Faster, Cheaper, Healthier, Smarter, Sexier.


Bring & Take event 10th May 2014


Han Solo swapped at a Bring & Take You can find all sorts at the

Bring & Take!


















Residents of West Oxford are invited to our Spring Bring & Take event on Saturday 10th May 2014 at West Oxford Community Centre from 10.30am - 12.30pm.

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Low Carbon West Oxford (LCWO) was set up after the summer floods of 2007 by residents concerned about climate change and local flooding.

It is a community-led initiative which aims to combat climate change by cutting our community carbon dioxide emissions by 80 % by 2050, encouraging residents to live more sustainably, and contributing to a more cohesive and resilient community.

We seek to work in an inclusive manner and ensure that everyone who lives and works in the area has a chance to participate in and benefit from LCWO's projects.

Quicksilver Carbon Calculator

Quick Silver Carbon Calculator

The Story So Far

Low Carbon Living

We have developed this document to share our experiences with other communities.
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Seasonal Recipes


Current Levels of Atmospheric CO2

Current CO2 level in the atmosphere

Measured in
Parts Per Million (ppm)