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If you have a practical suggestion that could have an impact locally, then you could be on to a winner. A total of £500 is offered for a bright idea to engage your community with climate change. Contact ClimateXchange or visit the www.climatex.org/oxon-climate-communities website. Alternatively, you could be part of the world's largest climate experiment. Climateprediction.net aims to forecast the climate in the 21st century. You can run the model on your computer, from www.climateprediction.net. An online tool is also availabe from December 6 - www.imeasure.org.uk - which measures your household's energy use and carbon emissions and could save you money.
Jo Hamilton is the Oxfordshire ClimateXchange co-ordinator, led by Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute. Find out more at www.climatex.org, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01865 275856. Science Matters is co-ordinated by Science Oxford, cultural centre for
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