The Joys of Winter Cycling: Cold Noses, Pretty Landscapes and Fewer Fellow Bikers

December 27, 2010 by  
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Image credit: joiseyshowaa , used under Creative Commons license. The thing I love about The Guardian’s cycling blog is that it manages to masterfully tread (pedal?) that fine line between the practical and the philosophical. From discussing how to keep your feet warm biking in winter to talking about what you should do if you see a bike thief , ther…

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Front-Line Climate Change Nations Stake Out Positions: 1.5°C Temp Rise, 350ppm, Request 1.5% GDP Aid

November 10, 2009 by  
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Those nations which have had the least contribution to climate change, will bear the brunt of it… Years’-long drought in Kenya is but on example

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Front-Line Climate Change Nations Stake Out Positions: 1.5°C Temp Rise, 350ppm, Request 1.5% GDP Aid

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