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The most widespread event on sustainable mobility, the European Mobility Week (from 16 to 22 September 2009) concentrates this year on climate issues.
The 2009 campaign theme “Improving City Climates” underlines the importance of local level efforts to tackle climate change and improve quality of life through the promotion of alternative transport modes to the car [...]
This week is Bike to Work Week. May is National Bike Month and The League of American Bicyclists is promoting Bike to Work Week from May 11-15.
Lighter Footstep lists twelve reasons to start using a bicycle for transportation.
Greenpeace UK has bought a piece of land in the middle of the proposed third runway site at Heathrow. You can also join the Airplot community and help to stop airport expansion. And besides, you will be a landlord in Britain! Now where is it possible to get this posh British accent?