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What we eat is usually the single biggest contributor to our carbon footprint, so it’s worth thinking about. It’s really important to check where your food’s coming from and cut down your ‘food miles’. When Peak Oil hits you’ll be glad you kept your local farmer in business.


Brief intro to food issues  
Our food guide page The 'food for thought' workshop materials and links for print and download

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"Bicycology uses creative methods to encourage environmental responsibility.
Its aim is to promoting cycling as a healthy, practical and enjoyable alternative to high-carbon lifestyles, and to challenge the politics and economics that have led us down the road to environmental destruction and massive global injustice"