Ways to Green the Food Supply Chain [Infographic]

 

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With energy efficiency on everyone’s mind in the last few years, experts are looking into ways to make the general food chain more ecologically conscious as well.

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Saving the Earth with Sustainable Cities [INFOGRAPHIC]

Originally published on Sustainable Cities Collective via CityTownInfo.com

This infographic is worth your attention. It may not be breaking news that the global urban population is set to increase over the coming decades, but did you know about the green tech hub being built in Tianjin, China or the predicted boom in job opportunities for sustainable cities professionals?

 

Holiday Waste [INFOGRAPHIC] via @InfographicAll

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Health benefits of cycling via @guardian

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One of the best ways to explore the outdoors and get a bit of exercise is by getting on your bike and enjoying the benefits of cycling. So saddle up and read our advice to pedal you on.

An accessible way to exercise

You can ride a bicycle almost anywhere, at any time of the year, and without spending a fortune. Many people are intimidated by certain sports due to the high level of skill required, or perhaps because they can’t commit to team sports due to time pressures. Most of us know how to cycle and once you have learnt you don’t forget. All you need is a bike, a half hour here or there, and a bit of confidence.

Promotes weight loss

Steady cycling burns approximately 300 calories per hour. If you cycle for 30 minutes every day you can burn 11 pounds of fat in a year. Since it helps build muscle, cycling will also boost your metabolic rate long after you’ve hopped off the saddle.

Increases muscle tone

Cycling gradually improves general muscle-function, with little risk of over-exercise or strain. Regular cycling strengthens leg muscles and is great for the mobility of hip and knee joints. You will begin to see an improvement in the muscle tone of your legs, thighs, bum and hips.

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