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12 Jan 2018: Oxford 2030 Public Meeting

Oxford 2030: Working together on climate change & transport

12 January 2018, 6.30 - 9.00 pm

Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford OX1 2DH

Oxford has committed to cut city greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030. The city is also planning a Zero Emission Zone to tackle air pollution, much of which may be in place by 2030. But there are real concerns that we will not meet this target, nor deliver clean air right across the city.

What must the City and County do to change our transport system so that Oxford meets its climate change commitments and delivers safe air quality for us and our children?

In a spirit of cross-party cooperation, Oxford's two MPs, Anneliese Dodds and Layla Moran, will speak about how we can deliver the changes we need and will answer your questions. 

Also speaking will be Stephen Joseph, Director of the national Campaign for Better Transport, and Kate Laing of the C40 global network of cities tackling climate change.

Meeting organised by Oxfordshire Climate Action Network and supported by Oxford Friends of the Earth, Oxford Civic Society, Oxford Pedestrians Association, Oxford Climate Society, Greenpeace Oxfordshire and Low Carbon Hub.

Click here to go the the Oxford 2030 meeting event page on Facebook.

Download the meeting poster here.

Oxford 2030