This spring, Low Carbon West Oxford has joined forces with its city-based low carbon siblings, and a new eco group at St Mary’s Iffley to bring you a spring series of online climate events.


Coming up:

22 April 1930-2100               Talking food and climate

An expert-led workshop for anyone keen to explore how diet and food choices impact the climate, hear about inspiring projects and reduce personal impact.

LCWO ACT Now workshop with Anaïs Bozetine, Replenish Project Coordinator; Susan Hutchinson, LCWO; Ruth Lyster, School Cook at West Oxford Community Primary; and Nina Osswald, Good Food Oxford.

TICKETS: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/talking-food-and-climate-tickets-140983111281

ON FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/events/225158275980806

 

19 May 1930-2100       Improving your home to use less energy

‘Meet’ local people who have made changes big or small to their homes, and explore domestic energy use with experts Saskya Huggins from the Low Carbon Hub and Gary Irvine, freelance home energy assessor.

LCON & LCWO ACT Now workshop.

TICKETS: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/improving-your-home-to-use-less-energy-tickets-141666545451

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/events/470800434296782

 


Notes from past events:

24 February     A tree’s not just for planting! How to care for fruit trees

A Rose Hill & Iffley Low Carbon workshop with Richard Vernon, who has worked in agricultural research around the world, and has planned Rose Hill’s Community Orchard.  Ideal for anyone considering planting fruit trees in their local area.

Download booklet and powerpoint here.

 

24 March         Talking waste and climate

An expert-led opportunity to explore and understand how our relationship with stuff, consumption and waste impacts the climate.

LCWO ACT Now workshop with Anaïs Bozetine, Replenish Project Coordinator and Community Action Groups Network Support Coordinator; Jenny Carr, formerly at WRAP; Mark Watson, Waste Strategy Projects Officer, Oxfordshire County Council; and Share Oxford’s Library of Things.

Download slides, access the workshop video and see some notes here.