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Going Greener - Companies to Buy From

Since the last post dealt with companies to avoid due to their high toxicity levels, today we will focus on those green companies who can stand behind an “all natural” label and can vouch for their ingredients. 169 more words

Greenwashing Companies to Avoid

The following is a list of greenwashing companies that you should avoid. As mentioned in the previous post, these companies have used the terms “natural”, “botanical”, “herbal” and “organic” without any proof of their claims. 123 more words

Car-centric East Dunbartonshire Council slips back into its old ways

Back in August, I wrote positively about East Dunbartonshire Council’s plans for a segregated cycle track along the A81 through Milngavie and Bearsden. I permitted myself the faint hope that we would see other ambitious projects from them; that here, at last, was a council with a real interest in improving conditions for cycling and walking. 618 more words


Glasgow - it's miles ahead!

Local Labour MSP Paul Martin:

“Glasgow is miles ahead of other cities when it comes to making urban centres safe and comfortable for cyclists.

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Some things that now run contrary to Scottish Government policy

Transport Scotland today announced its intention to defer the vast project of civilising Scotland’s streets for walking and cycling by another 10 years. Speaking at the launch of… 389 more words


Is Fiji water really "green"?

Suggestive pictures, irrelevant claims and out-right lying are just a couple of different ways that companies are green-washing in their advertisements today. I’m sure you’ve seen ads before where you just shake your head and think wow this ad is really misleading.. 268 more words


Cycling: still going nowhere


Cycling journeys into Glasgow increase by over 200%

The number of cycle journeys being made into and from Glasgow city centre has increased from 3,012 to 9,255 per day – a rise of 207% – since 2007.

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