Are we on the cusp of a transport revolution?

An in-depth exploration of EVs vs ICE cars and what the sustainable transport infrastructure of the future could look like.
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Essential Listening: Xavier de le Rue’s ‘Sustainability Dialogues’

3-time World Freeride Tour snowboarder Xavier de la Rue's journey to creating 'The Sustainability Diaries' podcast with Dr Johan Rockström.
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Neil McNab’s Thoughts on a Changing Climate

POW UK's newest Athlete Ambassador, Neil McNab, reflects on the impacts of a warming climate and shares why he wants to be a part of positive environmental action.
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POW UK Athlete Alliance: Introducing Neil McNab

POW UK are delighted to introduce backcountry, mountaineering and snowboarding expert Neil McNab as our newest Athlete Ambassador.
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As France bans short-haul flights, what should the future of domestic travel be in the UK?

As COP26 approaches, we look at how the UK should take steps towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goal number 9.
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Why we need to show up for COP 26

Why we in the outdoor community need to play our part in ensuring that COP26 sees real commitment to change.
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UK Government to Offer New Licenses for North Sea Drilling

Climate leadership isn't issuing new licenses to drill oil.
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‘Ride for tomorrow’ – Why winters matter

As part of The Climate Coalition's Show the Love campaign, a reflection on why we both love and need winter.
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Celebrating Good News Day with The Climate Coalition

As part of The Climate Coalition’s annual Show the Love campaign and Good News Day, we look back on some of the good news from the past year where climate action is concerned…
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POW UK feature on the Green Element podcast

POW Programme Manager Dom Winter discusses the initiatives that POW UK is spearheading in order to accelerate the transition to a carbon neutral society.
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Getting empowered through POW Carbon Literacy Training

A first-hand account of the POW CLT online course.
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Book Review

We recommend Mike Berners-Lee's 'How Bad Are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything' as an invaluable read to kick off your 2021.
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