OXFORD Green Week will return to the city this summer for the sixth time and will feature headline events for people to go to as a way to help them live a greener life.

The festival aims to celebrate sustainability and inspire people to take action against climate change.

ALSO READ: Oxford citizens assembly on climate change to have advisory body

A number of headlines such as a Plastic Waste Pro-action Café, Oxford Eid Extravaganza Environment Football Cup and Oxford's Big Green Day Out, will take place throughout the week.

Taking place from Saturday, June 8 until Sunday, June 16, it will explore the theme, One Planet Living, created by charity Bioregional and developed by WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature).

The theme presents a vision of a world where people enjoy happy, healthy lives leaving space for wildlife and wilderness.

ALSO READ: Oxford Together on Climate Change website launched

Pop-up events will be held too from various groups, businesses and organisations across Oxford.

Jo Colwell, Oxford City Council’s Environmental Sustainability Manager, said: “This year’s line-up for Oxford Green Week aims to continue the success of previous years and to highlight the ways in which Oxford residents can get involved in taking local action against climate change.

"We have been working together with event organisers throughout the city to deliver an exciting range of events that everyone can enjoy.”