We are proud to be part of a network of local organisations in our community
Oxfordshire has over 9,000 low carbon jobs and double the UK average of low carbon economy businesses across the county. This is reflected in the wide number of associated interest groups, community action groups and volunteering opportunities.
Some of these are listed below so why not check them out? They also provide great ways to get involved and to broaden your knowledge of green issues. And all here right on our doorstep!
Interested in working with us?
We always welcome the opportunity to partner with local organisations and share knowledge and best practice where we can. If you would like to know more about working with us please go to media enquiries or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our local links
We work closely with the following local organisations:
The Environmental Sustainability team works with the Hub to support and encourage students to take part in volunteering projects with an environmental focus. There are so many ways you can get involved! So find out more about how you can help. Visit the Oxford Hub website.
Low Carbon Oxford is managed by the Low Carbon Hub and brings together organisations form the private, public and not for profit sectors. This network works together to further Oxford’s transformation into a sustainable and inclusive low carbon economy. Visit Low Carbon Oxford.
Oxford Green Week is an annual festival of events helping to make Oxford more low carbon. Visit Oxford Green Week.
Local Energy Oxfordshire and Energy Superhub Oxford run a project to demonstrate the potential for individuals and communities to become active participants in the energy systems of the future. Visit the project page.
Good Food Oxford encourages you to pledge a change to work towards a better food system with the Good Food Oxford charter. Visit Good Food Oxford.
Broken Spoke is a not-for-profit social enterprise which provides workshops, courses, cycle training, women’s and transgender people only mechanics sessions, and information for people who cycle. Visit Broken Spoke.