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7. Pump them Up!

If you are a driver, put a monthly note in your diary to make sure your car tyres are properly inflated. That way, you'll help reduce your carbon dioxide emissions AND you'll save money on having to replace them prematurely. That way you'll stay right on track!

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6. Go Organic!

Go vegetarian at least once a week. To produce one pound of beef requires 40 times more water than is used to produce a pound of potatoes. Before you buy beef, think about the immense cost of energy used to raise cattle and to transport meat to your supermarket shelf. Also, cows produce a huge amount of methane -- which is officially the No. 2 greenhouse gas. So get those seasonal greens down you and smile!

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Donna Nook Grey Seal Colony Birth

Hi there, we will go to see the Seal Colony this week end in the Lincolnshire and we still have 2 Train tickets left leaving Saturday Morning 8.10 from Kings Cross London to Lincoln (14.50 ?), where we have already some minivans arranged from Lincoln station to Donna Nook (10 ?) .

Some of us will came back the same days some others will stay in a B&B in Lincoln for a full Lincolnshire autumnal/winter experience, up to you to join or not! ;-)

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5. Laundry Love!

Reuse your sheets and towels instead of having them changed every day. Many hotels will not replace your towels if you leave them hanging up neatly. To make sure - why not write a nice note for the housekeeping staff or notify the front desk?

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Fantastic Ocean of...Plastic?

Did you know parts of our ocean contain more plastic than plankton?! About 1300 kilometres North of Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean on the Eastern corner of a 13-billion-hectare oval known as the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre, lies a stretch of ocean which is avoided by most boats and top predators, alike. These waters look deserted, slow and stale...resembling a floating landfill.

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Adventure of a lifetime in Ladakh India

Arriving in Ladakh is possibly one of the greatest adventures in the world. Whether you travel on bus through the land of high passes from Spiti or take a flight through the majestic mountains as I did. Nothing quite describes the flight into Ladakh. As the airplane ascends through the largest mountain range in the world, the Himalayas seem to change color at every angle as the plane swoops between these giant peaks. Your flight comes to an abrupt end on the shortest runway and the highest elevated airport in the world. Welcome to Ladakh.

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