oin us to discuss how we can help Oxfordshire move towards a greener and healthier future where everyone enjoys a good quality of life.
Come and find out more about the new, exciting One Planet Oxfordshire initiative. This will bring together councils, organisations, businesses, schools and community groups to co-create a One Planet Action Plan for Oxfordshire – a routemap towards a sustainable future.
At this event you’ll hear about the background to the project, understand the benefits of getting involved in the initiative, and meet key partners and stakeholders already involved.
Gareth Dinnage – Managing Director, Seacourt Printers
Jaqueline Gibson – Sustainability Advisor, Blenheim Palace
Alan Derry, Principal, Gagle Brook Primary School
Wednesday 20 June 5:30 – 7pm – ECI, Oxford University Centre for the Environment, S Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3QY
This event is part of Oxford Green Week 2018
Bioregional is leading an international ‘One Planet Cities’ project, funded by the KR Foundation. This is bringing together councils, organisations, businesses, schools and community groups in four city regions, in Canada, South Africa, Denmark and the UK to help make better places to live. Working together in each city region, these organisations will co-create locally owned plans to create a sustainable future. Bioregional’s One Planet Living framework will be used to structure the plans. This comprises ten simple principles – from health and happiness and sustainable food to zero-carbon energy – which provide a common language to talk about sustainability and to drive change.
Oxfordshire County Council and Bioregional Oxfordshire are inviting partners across the county to come together to create a ‘One Planet’ action plan.