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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
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Tag Archives: cycling
It’s official: nature is good for you. In fact, according to England’s Chief Medical Officer in 2010: “If a medication existed which had a similar effect to physical activity, it would be regarded as a “wonder drug” or a “miracle … Continue reading
For me one of the best cycling reads of the year so far is Velo by Paul Fournel (review here) a collection of zen like thoughts on, well, all things cycling. And one I really do recommend for your summer readings. … Continue reading
After a winter of browsing cycle web sites, magazines and brochures and of course visiting too many cycle stores, I finally picked up my new wheels on Wednesday from Ghyllside Cycles in Ambleside (Highly recommended for service and bike-chat) Its … Continue reading
ConstructCO2, our construction carbon calculator now measures ‘zero’ carbon travel to and from job sites. Recording and increasing the travel from managers, visitors and operatives who get to site under their own steam (eg walking and cycling) or via car … Continue reading
Noted on the Bike-Share blog, (provided by MetroBike, LLC, based in Washington, US, providing information on the emerging public transportation mode of bike-sharing) the impressive statistics on how the Velib bike share programme in Paris is transorming the city, see … Continue reading