Cutting Pollution in Oxford
Thursday 16 May, 7.30pm
Assembly Rooms, Oxford Town Hall, St Aldate’s, OX1 1BX
Council proposals to allow only electric taxis, cars, light commercial vehicles and buses to enter parts of central Oxford from 2020 proved controversial. In this second debate to mark the 50th anniversary of Oxford Civic Society, the speakers will debate when central Oxford should become a Zero Emission Zone, and what should be done about pollution in the rest of the City. How could the various ways of reducing pollution be combined and what will be the impact on people’s lives? Councillor Paul Harris, who drew attention to the problems of introducing a ZEZ very quickly, and Chris Church of Friends of the Earth, will offer their alternative proposals on 16 May. The audience will have a chance to have their say before the two opposing speakers wind up the debate.
Doors open 7.00pm; debate starts 7.30pm. Tickets required – no entry on the door.
Tickets for this event are £7. Click here to go to the Eventbrite booking page.
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