Calendar of climate change events for autumn 2007…cont The Oxfordshire Climate Alliance has been established in order

to share information and ideas between groups campaigning and raising awareness on climate change issues in Oxfordshire.
Supporting groups include: Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN), Oxford Friends of the Earth, Oxfordshire ClimateXchange, Oxford Campaign Against Climate Change, Oxford World Development Movement, SAGE, Oxfordshire Greenpeace, Banbury Friends of the Earth, Oxford Christian Concern for One World, Sustrans, Chinnor & Thame Friends of the Earth, Westmill Wind Farm Co-operative. To contact OCA email: Tuesday 9 October, Oxford- 8pm: From burning coal to dying frogs: attributing causes from emissions to impacts. Daubeny Lecture Theatre, Botanic Gardens, Rose Lane, Oxford. ph: 01865 286690. £7.50 Saturday 13th October, Oxford- Orinoco Scrapstore Swapshop Bullingdon Community Centre, Peat Moors, Headington OX3 7HS t. 01865 761113 Tuesday 16th October, Oxford- 8pm: 'UK and Domestic Energy Transformations' University of Oxford Botanic Garden, Rose Lane. Speakers: Dr Chris Jardine and Dr Mark Hinnells, Environmental Change Institute. Part of the Climate Change Lecture Series. For more details contact: Louise Allen: 01865 286690 £7.50 Tues 23rd October, Oxford –8pm Climate Change and Our Gardens, £7.50 University of Oxford Botanic Garden, Rose Lane.. Speaker: Guy Barter, Royal Horticultural Society. 01865 286690 Wednesday 24th October –7.30pm ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ screening, Exeter Hall, Kidlington. See for info Thursday 25th October, Oxford- ‘Carbon Detox: a step-by-step guide to getting real about climate change’ George Marshall launches his new book, 7-9pm venue tbc. See for info. Wednesday October 31st, Didcot- 9 am - 13:30 pm. A changing climate: business opportunity or economic nightmare? Science and Technology Facilities Council, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Didcot OX11 0QX. See for more info / call t Jo on 01865 275 856.

Calendar of climate change events for autumn 2007
Wednesday 12th September, Kirtlington- An Inconvenient Truth screening plus after show discussion in Kirtlington Village Hall, 7.30pm, contact or see for more info Saturday 22nd September: Oxford- "Streets for People" Day. Broad Street & local centres. To coincide with World Car Free day there will be street entertainment, stalls and children's activities at locations around Oxford. There will also be free bus travel all day for under 16s with Oxford Bus Company, Stagecoach Oxford and Thames Travel. For details visit: Friday 28th Sept, East Hendred- 7.30pm: "An Inconvenient Truth" film plus discussion showing at East Hendred village hall, 7.30pm, contact Sarah 01235 831 568 / see for more info Friday 28th Sept, Oxford- 8pm: "An Inconvenient Truth" film showing, St Margaret's Church, St Margarets Road, North Oxford. Saturday 29th Sept, Oxford- 10:30am- 3:30pm: 'Living Green Exhibition' St Margaret's Church, St Margaret's Road, North Oxford. Aimed at raising public awareness and encourage people towards a more environmentally-friendly way of living by showing them ways that they can actually achieve this. Displays, events and activities for all ages. Tuesday 2nd October, Oxford- 8pm: 'Climate Change, Food and Agriculture' £7.50, University of Oxford Botanic Garden, Rose Lane. To complement the 'Hard Rain' exhibition a series of lecture will explore climate change. Speakers : Dr Chris West, UK Climate Impacts Programme and Dr Polly Eriksen, Global Environmental Change and Food Systems Project. For more details contact: Louise Allen: 01865 286690 or visit Saturday 6th October, Oxford : National planning meeting for the International Climate Protest on December 8th. St Mary's Church, High St, 1-6 pm. Organised by the Campaign Against Climate Change Monday 8th October, Oxford- “The Power of Community”, a film about how Cuba survived the oil crisis, plus after show discussion. Ultimate Picture Palace 7.00pm COIN / ClimateXchange event

Saturday 8th December, London - International Protests to coincide with the COP13 Climate Change Talks in Indonesia. Coaches will be going to London from Oxford. Details tbc.
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