Oxfordshire ClimateXChange is a climate change engagement and action project led by the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University. It started in 2006 with the support of many partners across Oxfordshire, and now operates to engage and inspire action on climate change within specific sectors in Oxfordshire.To contact us pleae email jo.hamilton[at]ouce.ox.ac.uk
Oxfordshire ClimateXchange undertakes a variety of public engagement projects in Oxfordshire, and is reliant upon external grant funding for it's operation.
We are grateful for the funding from the following organisations for specific projects, plus the coninued support of the Environmental Change Institute.
Additionally we are grateful for the funding received for specific events from the following organisations;
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Creating an inspiring climate awareness in Oxfordshire
The Oxfordshire ClimateXChange is a new Climate Change project for Oxfordshire. It’s about you, your family, your neighbour, your street, your pub, school, business, church all getting ‘fantastically imaginative’ about climate change. How do you feel? What do you want to know? How do you want to find it out? What do you want to do? ClimateXChange is here to help you do all that. Turn climate change on its head, dive in and experience the thrill of the adventure.
We're recruiting volunteer 'climate explorers' to help generate a climate buzz across Oxfordshire - people like you! Do you want to organise an event? Maybe you want to learn how to make your local climate film? Perhaps you want to speak about climate change to your club? You can see what other explorers are doing here and if you'd like to join in, download the Explorers contact form.
The Oxfordshire Climate-X-Change is led by Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute with partner organisations including: Abingdon Specialist Schools Partnership, Christian Concern for One World, Common Purpose Oxfordshire, Earth from the Air, Northmoor Trust, Oxfordshire Association of Local Councils, Oxfordshire Federation of Women's Institutes, Oxfordshire Nature Conservation Forum, Oxfordshire Rural Community Council, Oxfordshire Town Chambers Network, Place Group (education consultancy), Red Redemption Ltd (makers of the Climate Challenge BBC game), Sustrans South East, Thames Water. Read more about them here.
Climate-X-Change will run through 2007, Oxfordshire’s 1000th anniversary.