Trying to figure out carbon footprint to and from Nice.
Category: Low Carbon Zero Waste Journey
The adventures of riding to Woldingham Marathon o convince the organiser to pledge to be cupless in his 3 events next uear. Way to go Gaz 🙂
I wore my bicycle clothes for almost 56 days, and when I returned home on the 26th May, I continued to put on my cycle clothes until I finally unloaded the bicycle and began the clean up 3 days later. You might think my clothes stunk. Here is a clip after arriving in Trieste 22nd … Continue reading Preparing to Let Go
Overview My job for the next 2 months will be to go as low carbon as possible with little waste generated and attend 2 running events on the 27th April 2019 at Trieste, Italy (Mujalonga Sul Mar) and 12th May 2019 at Geneva (Geneva Marathon) to be their sustainability development ambassador as well as to … Continue reading Low Carbon Zero Waste Challenges
James was 4 years old when he took me by the hand, left his parents and ran the last mile with me over the finish line during a marathon! http://tyregirl.com/the-adventures-of-tyre-girl/48-the-gandy-dancer-the-fire-tire-11-oct-2014 Today I received a letter from him to take "Flat" him around with me. So now I have buddy who I can share my journey … Continue reading My Low Carbon, Zero Waste Cycling Buddy
The last week has been hard days. Hard because of an affliction that creeps up on my face periodically for the last 4-5 years, striking me down at any time. It began as some sort of skin irritation on my left eye which I thought was conjunctivitis & treated it as such. A burning rash … Continue reading No Turning Back / No Backing Out
How about coming on a low carbon, zero waste diet for Lent? At least for the children who will be demonstrating again on the 14th March for climate change.
Broken stuff is normally costly to fix. But repair cafes on the other hand will change your mind
Route plan + support
Planning the meaning of cycling from the UK to Trieste, Italy and back again