Although it’s cold this time of year, active travel is still a valid option for getting from A to B in the most sustainable way. Active travel, such as walking, cycling or wheeling, can reduce your carbon footprint and improve your health. Walking regularly can reduce the risk of heart disease by 35% and on average, you can walk a mile in around 15-20 minutes, or cycle this in just 5 minutes. Public and shared transport are also good ways to cut carbon and reduce the cost of travelling.
Consider providing tips and fuel savings with a guide to sustainable travel, especially in towns and cities where public transport and cycle routes are more plentiful.
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