4 Way To Easily Reduce Your Carbon Footprint By Eating Differently

If youre trying to help protect the environment and make our planet greener, then youre most likely already well aware of the most basic ways to reduce your carbon footprint: stroll or cycling whenever you can, buying energy-efficient appliances, saving up on heating, water and electricity and, of course, recycling. However, reducing your carbon footprint […]

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Chris Froome keeps Tour de France yellow jersey after stage 12 ends in comedy

Chris Froome has held on to the yellow jersey at the Tour de France after stage 12 on Mont Ventoux ended in chaos Mont Ventoux always provides high drama in the Tour de France, and on this Bastille Day stage it produced the unprecedented spectacle of the yellow jersey, Chris Froome, running up the mountain […]

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Turns Out Uber and Lyft Might Not Be Ruining the American City

This is how quickly transportation has changed in urban America. In July 2010, a service called UberCab went live in San Francisco–that’s fewer than eight years ago. Washington, DC’s Capital Bikeshare, the country’s first major bike-sharing program, genuinely get off the ground in 2010.1 Austin became the first US city to host car-sharing service Car2Go […]

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How it feels to tackle the Tour de France’s ‘final battle’- the Col d’Izoard

Today, the elite riders race to a historic Alpine summit stage finish, but at the weekend it was the turning of 12, 000 amateurs to try to imitate Coppi and Bobet They parked their motorhomes in laybys on the steep slopes of the Col dIzoard five days early to be assured of a prime spot […]

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