Find out how you can take climate action
If you want to take climate action at home and in your local community, make sure you visit the Climate Action Oxfordshire website.
The new site lists the measures you can take to help tackle climate change and to reduce your carbon emissions and rates them according to effort, impact, and cost.
Climate Action Oxfordshire allows you to filter topics so that you can easily find information that applies to you. It also gives you an idea of the financial savings you can make and includes tips and links on how to get started.
From small changes such as washing your clothes on a cold cycle, creating a wildflower area or using rechargeable batteries, to recycling more, eating less meat, and – for those with a bigger budget – getting solar panels or an electric vehicle, the website is full of practical things you can do with the time and money you have to spare.
This great one stop shop has sections everyone in the Oxfordshire community – individuals, community groups and organisations and businesses, and includes advice on transport, lifestyle, shopping, home, and biodiversity matters.
The website is a joint venture set up by Oxfordshire County Council, Oxford City Council, Cherwell, South Oxfordshire, West Oxfordshire, and the Vale of White Horse district councils, and OxLEP – the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership.