Woah, so I haven’t posted since April 16. And I don’t even really have a good excuse for not posting. I haven’t been all that busy or anything, I just haven’t felt like I’ve had anything to say. 1,065 more words
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The university you want to study at isn’t far away, writes Samuel Rayfield.
On Friday May 1st and into the weekend, 10 UON staffers between Callaghan and Ourimbah turned off all non-essential equipment in their work areas, saving 1745 kWh, 1.5 tonnes CO2, or $218. 501 more words
Canada has amazing trails and mountain bike destinations to get dirty with your bike
By Ron Johnson
Many mountain bike riders careen through neighborhood streets at break-neck speed dreaming of the day when their concrete playgrounds will be traded in for serious dirt. 1,346 more words
Travelling makes demands of the body that everyday living doesn’t. Different beds, unfamiliar pillows, pollution, changing temperatures, breathing airplane air compressed and conditioned; and most of all changing latitude and longitude which means being awake at times when you’re normally asleep. 592 more words
As well as providing support for workplaces, Sustrans also work with schools.
Our Bike It Officers are currently working in 40 schools across East Sussex to encourage more students, staff and parents to cycle to school and on other journeys, to benefit their health, the environment and to cut down on congestion around the school. 85 more words