The first episode of our new podcast series features an interview with Maja Rosén, whose New Year's Resolution two years ago to talk about flying and the climate crisis led to the creation of Flight Free campaigns around the world
Gope Walker runs an IT consultancy and has clients and staff across three continents. He is also a triathlete and British Triathlon coach, and usually flies for work or for sporting events. We caught up with Gope and asked him what led to him signing the #flightfree2020 pledge.
Ian Garman, travel blogger at Best Dead Ends, offers his advice for people going on their first ever European train trip. From knowing the train system to things to watch out for, he takes the guesswork out of planning for a less worrisome journey
It can be difficult speaking to your friends and family about a topic that challenges people’s thoughts and behaviours. It’s socially inconvenient to bring up conversations about climate change when you’re having a nice chat around the dinner table. Here are some tips that might help engage those around you.
In June 2017, Viviana Jiménez took a year off flying. With family scattered across a few countries, it would mean not seeing them for more than a year. But motivated by the environment and prompted by changed circumstances at work, she took on the challenge – with surprising results.