An overview of thoughts of 2019 and 2020.
Category: Zero Waste
The Nice-Cannes expo has truly in my opinion been far more sustainable in their actions than many large marathons. This included using technology for those flyers that are normally in the bag + the reduction of cups and sponges + more .....
This post can be used by organisers to provide initiatives to reduce waste and carbon emissions at their mass participation events
This is a post about marathon 80 and 81 and cycling.
Who really is polluting our planet? Is it really Asia flooding our waters with their own plastic waste?
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
Broken stuff is normally costly to fix. But repair cafes on the other hand will change your mind
This is the introduction to a low carbon, zero waste running journey to Trieste, Italy and Geneva, Switzerland
There are a couple of mis-conceptions: Paper cups / compostable cups are better than plastic cups (all depends and you will need to read my post on Plym Trail Marathon)A cupless event means the runners bring their own water in their own water carrying device Whilst the second point is something that self-sufficient ultras might … Continue reading Developing a Cupless Event
This is little bit about the Plym Trail Marathon and more about compostable items