OXFORD Friends of the Earth (FoE) has today launched a new website to support people trying to change their everyday lives to combat climate change.

'Unique' site Oxford Together on Climate Change gives advice about ideas on 'food, travel, plastics, energy and getting involved'.

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Organisers of change4climate.uk are also hoping to help build support for Oxford Green Week in June.

Oxford FoE's Chris Church said: “It has never been clearer – we need to act urgently to tackle climate change. That means action by governments, by businesses, by councils and by all of us.

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"We need to push for change in the city and across the county; we need much improved public transport to cut vehicle journeys – that’s for governments and councils; (and) we need even better electric vehicles - that’s for businesses and innovators."

He continued: "But we also need people to recognise that they need to make some changes as well.”

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On Saturday, May 4 Oxford FoE is a holding a full-day workshop on ‘Climate Change? Climate Emergency? What can we do in Oxford’ at the Environmental Change Institute in South Parks Rd