We hear from Dr Alexandra Jellicoe about why it's important to take action on the climate, enjoying the experience of travelling by train, the European destinations on our doorstep and the value of staying put.
We talk to Dr Roger Tyers from the University of Southampton about the viability of carbon offsetting and green technology in reducing emissions from aviation.
Adventurer, author and speaker Kate Rawles shares the tales of her transatlantic bicycle adventures exploring the climate and biodiversity crises. Her latest adventure involved crossing the ocean on a cargo ship and we discuss the merits of cargo travel, and talk about what transatlantic travel might look like in the future.
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Maja Rosén from Sweden talks to us about her NY resolution two years ago to speak to people about flying and the climate crisis. Her resolution led to the start of the Flygfritt campaign in Sweden, which inspired Flight Free campaigns all over the world