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Did you know that almost half of all our journeys are under two miles? Perfect to walk or cycle.
We can all be smarter when it comes to travel. In out short film comedian Phil Kay meets 2 experts to discuss the health, lifestyle and environmental benefits of greener travel.
Take a few moments to fill in this quiz and find out how you can break your habits and travel smarter.
Find out how you could reduce your carbon emissions and get more active, more often, with our personalised advice below. Greener – and cheaper – modes of travel are at the top.
Perhaps the same can be achieved with a phone call, email or video conference as face-to-face.
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The healthiest and cheapest way to travel with no carbon emissions, walking is ideal for shorter journeys.
Healthy and cheap, cycling is also reliable, has no carbon emissions and is good for longer distances.
Convenient, quick and cost-effective for longer essential trips - and you can work or relax onboard.
Sometimes it's necessary to get there quickly, but sharing can reduce the financial and environmental costs.
High cost and carbon emissions per head - so think about joining a car club or hiring only when you need to.
Flying is sometimes necessary for long distances, but check options to reduce carbon emissions and cost.
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