GreenTEA is about helping people to make the transition to a more sustainable lifestyle, one which is less dependent on burning fossil fuels. The emphasis is on grassroots action and building a more resilient community, enabling us to live within the planet’s resources. We can offer advice and support on lowering your carbon footprint by looking at the key areas outlined in the tabs above. We work with residents across the Eynsham, Aston, Cassington, Farmoor, Freeland, Long Hanborough, Standlake, and Stanton Harcourt areas. For more information on the Transition movement, please scroll down.
We are also working with Catriona Bass and Kevan Martin to look at ideas for how to promote nature recovery around Eynsham.
Email Secretary - Helena Nielsen
Email Chair - Tony Bovey
T: 01865 464 056
Email Energy - Sarah Couch
T: 01865 464 021
Email Food - Sue Raikes
T: 01865 460 188
Email Transport - Nicholas Goodwin
T: 01865 881 095
2 Acre End Street OX29 4PA
Our January newsletter is now out, including a reminder about the Nature Recovery workshop taking place tomorrow (January 15).
Our latest issue is now out, including information on the upcoming Nature Recovery workshop
The latest issue of the Brew is out, including a report on the Festival and Repair Cafe
This issue includes details of our autumn festival and repair café this Saturday (19 October) - all welcome!
This issue includes information about the General Climate Strike in Oxford on Friday 20 September
32 Mill StreetEynshamOxfordshire OX29 4JS
Hours: 1st Saturday of month 10:30 to 12:00; other events as shown
Green TEA is part of the Transition Initiative, a grassroots movement to help everyone in the community to cope with the transition from a global, fossil-fuel based, polluting and vulnerable economy, to a more sustainable lifestyle based on clean, renewable energy and local produce.
This recent video from Jeremy Leggett (provided by Solarplaza) is a fascinating account of the current global energy transition as presented at a recent conference. The talk focuses on
• Driving Forces: fast trends in clean and smart energy technologies
• Amplification of policymakers, corporations and communities in multiple countries to the above
• Rise of artificial intelligence and robotics
• Challenge that solar companies and their investors are facing to keep up with these crucial developments