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OxAir is partnership of independent experts, individuals and organisations with a common interest in the quality of air in Oxford. Initiated by Empathy Sustainability and with the support of Oxford University in 2016, the goal of OxAir is to measure air pollution from a human perspective and gain new insights into its spatial and temporal distribution across Oxford.

 

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Are you interested in air quality? We are seeking input from local residents. 

Upcoming Events

  • Leap into Action! Big Green Day in Botley & North Hinksey
    Seacourt Hall
    Feb 29, 2020, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
    Seacourt Hall, Botley, Oxford OX2 9SX, UK
    Kayla Schulte from OxAir's Social Research team will be at the OxAir stall sharing information about the OxAir project and the localised air pollution data collection happening around the city.
  • Oxford Air Quality Meeting
    Keble College
    Jan 10, 2020, 9:00 AM
    Keble College, Oxford OX1 3PG, UK
    The OxAir team will be speaking at the Oxford Air Quality Meeting, Jan. 10th 2020
  • How do we clean up Britain's air?
    County Hall
    Jun 20, 2019, 7:00 PM
    County Hall, 4 New Rd, Oxford OX1 1AY, UK
    Cities are putting in place practical solutions to tackle air pollution and decarbonise energy, despite the Government’s failure to give funding or powers that councils need, and discussion will focus on how we speed up the implementation of those solutions.
  • Schools, Clean Air & Active Transport
    County Hall
    Jun 20, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
    County Hall, 4 New Rd, Oxford OX1 1AY, UK
    Oxford Friends of the Earth will present the results of their survey with the aim of setting up an ‘Oxfordshire Schools Clean Air Network’. The survey is online here: https://www.oxfoe.co.uk/oxford-friends-of-the-earth/air-quality/schools-clean-air-net
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