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Computing – RE: Cycling

Electric Bike Access, a cycle to work scheme from Raleigh, is urging businesses to take up cycle-to-work schemes to help the UK get to net zero by 2050. It claims that by cycling instead of driving, a commuter can reduce their individual carbon footprint by 99%. Switching from public transport will reduce it by 96% (for rail) and 92% (for bus). Over a commuter’s lifetime, cycling will have a 20,000% lower carbon footprint than driving to work. 

https://ebikeaccess.co.uk/blog/ cut-smes-carbon-footprint

2018