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Celebrating World Food Day

11 October 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Food is a key part of our lives, but not everyone has equal access to good food. On World Food Day we shine a spotlight on the importance of eating well and eating sustainably so that everyone has access to a healthy diet that is as good for us as it is the planet.

Celebrating World Food Day

Celebrate National Cholesterol Month

30 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Every year the charity Heart UK run National Cholesterol Month to raise awareness of the small changes we can make to live healthier lives. The good news is that these are often changes that are great for our environment too so one small action has two positive outcomes.

Celebrate National Cholesterol Month

Five Reasons to Walk to Work

06 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Travel Smarter September is our campaign to encourage people to ditch the car for less carbon intensive options. Walking has to be the best way to get from A to B when comes to being low carbon. We share five reasons why walking to work is the sensible choice.

Five Reasons to Walk to Work

We all need good circulation – this September what can you do to improve it?

01 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

September is Vascular Disease Awareness Month, created by the national charity Circulation Foundation. This year they want everyone going the extra mile to improve circulation health which links well with the launch of Travel Smarter September

We all need good circulation – this September what can you do to improve it?

Embrace Pedal Power

26 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

As part of our Travel Smarter September campaign we relaunch the Dare Challenge called Pedal Power to get encourage you to embrace cycling whether at home or at work.

Embrace Pedal Power

Using green spaces for mental health recovery

12 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Claire Michie is a Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist with Sussex Partnership. She’s leading the way at Mill View in creating opportunities to bring patients closer to nature on their journey to recovery.

Using green spaces for mental health recovery

Seasonal eating is good for you, your wallet and the environment

10 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Supermarkets might offer us all year round food choices but eating what is seasonally (and locally) available is so much better for us and often more affordable too...for 60 Days Green we invite you to home cook seasonally twice a week...

Seasonal eating is good for you, your wallet and the environment

Adding life to my days…

26 May 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Looking at cycling from a mental wellbeing perspective Matt Roylance from the CWC team talks about why he sees cycling as adding life to his days.

Adding life to my days…

Let's get physical!

26 May 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Matt Roylance is a keen cyclist on the Care Without Carbon Team and he shares why getting physical on two wheels is the best thing...on two wheels!

Let's get physical!

Why micro breaks are good for us

24 May 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Abbi Crawford is a Physiotherapist for SCFT and he explains why micro breaks are a great way to fit a teeny bit of fitness into your working day...

Why micro breaks are good for us

More moose per mile than any other US State...

24 May 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Welcome to Maine, the final destination in our Step Up Challenge Recipe Route for the Great Frontier Route, home to over 75,000 moose...

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Lunch is the break your day needs

19 May 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Take a lunch break and you’ll find that time is on your side.

Lunch is the break your day needs

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