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Extinction Rebellion parade a white elephant through the city to protest HS2

"Members of the environmental group Extinction Rebellion dressed up as a white elephant and walked through the city centre in protest of HS2. "

A green sheen: how Tesco’s greenwashed budget brand is no more than a veneer

Although upon closer inspection the packaging gives no suggestion of organic or sustainable credentials, the ostensibly earthy branding might lead a consumer to think otherwise.

New car bans planned for Oxford city centre

Oxford is set to implement two temporary bus gates, restricting cars from entering certain parts of the city centre. Backed by both Oxford City Council...

Plant-based milks: a biased guide

So, you’re standing in the underwhelmingly small alt-milk aisle in Tesco. Where to begin?

Cow dies and horses injured from litter in Port Meadows

Port Meadow has seen a large rise in littering over the past weeks. One cow has died due to ingesting plastic bags and balloons,...

Oxford City Council starts work on Energy Superhub

As part of their zero carbon initiative, Oxford City Council has taken its first steps in creating the world’s first Energy Superhub, known as...

Oxford’s ‘JoyMeter’ app captures impact of lockdown on energy consumption

On April 22nd, internationally recognised as World Earth Day, a team of researchers from the University of Oxford have released a survey app dedicated...

Food waste apps: small difference or meaningful change?

64% of all food waste actually occurs during harvest


Last November, Waterstones named Greta Thunberg as their ‘author of the year’. Her collection of speeches, No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference, certainly...

Scrap the rhetoric: simplifying our response to food waste

As with so many other environmental issues, more and more people are becoming aware of the environmental strain created by food waste, and the...

Oxford to launch UK’s first zero emissions zone in December

Oxford is expected to launch the UK’s first Zero Emissions Zone in the North-West of the city this December. Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire...

Tis the Season to be Sustainable

Tara Mewawalla provides some tips on how to have a 'Green Christmas' this year.

Oxfordshire Green Party Launch Campaign

David Williams, the Green Party candidate for Oxford East, launched his campaign last week. After the Green Party decision to stand down in Oxford West...

Review: Anthroposphere

Every aspect of our lives has become linked to the climate change dialogue in some way, whether it be the food we eat, the clothes we buy, or the companies we support. The general public is growing more and more aware to how climate change impacts our lives at all levels.

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