energy, transport

Meanwhile in Chelsea – This is worrying

A worrying story from Cycling UK, where we NEED to get on bikes, rather than in cars, or even buses, the story below could give president for other towns to follow. As cycling gives a yield to society, compared to the cost of cars and other forms of transport.“Bike-lane backlash prompts 'High Traffic Neighbourhood' PlanA scheme… Continue reading Meanwhile in Chelsea – This is worrying

general, Health, transport

Telford & Wrekin Active Travel Survey.

This is Telford’s latest consultation survey. We urge you to take time and fill in as much detail as possible. And share the link with everyone.The survey covers cycling, walking, and jogging, with plenty of opportunity  to comment in detail. There is also a opportunity to mention issues faced as a disabled user of paths etc, and… Continue reading Telford & Wrekin Active Travel Survey.

energy, Event, recycling, transport

Futurebuild The Lost Sessions

Futurebuild The Lost SessionsLearning for the future – biodiversity and net zero as standard."Positioning ourselves for COP26 and beyond – a plan for the built and natural environment, in partnership with the Edge Although the next Futurebuild event won’t take place until 2022, Futurebuild and the Edge has joined forces to explore the actions that… Continue reading Futurebuild The Lost Sessions

energy, Health, transport

Ebike Owners use their cars less

Author - as an eBike owner myself, who doesn’t have a car at the moment, I’m inclined to agree!A six month study has shown that purchasers of electric bikes increased their cycling journeys from 2.1km to 9.2km per day on average. E-cycling as a share of all kms travelled increased from 17 to 49 percent… Continue reading Ebike Owners use their cars less

energy, food, recycling, textiles, transport

Carbon Choices – a book to consider

Carbon Choices - the common sense solutions to our climate and nature crises Geographer and energy specialist Neil Kitching has published Carbon Choices on the common-sense solutions to our climate and nature crises.  Here Neil outlines five common-sense principles to tackle climate change and considers the community and social implications of the changes that are required.… Continue reading Carbon Choices – a book to consider