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BMC in talks to fund an eco-report for UK mountaineering

Oh dear guys, I just checked this site and saw the spam damage. I'm not the greatest of forum managers, it must be said. I've de-spammed and added extra security at the sign up stage so hopefully it won't happen again, sorry!On a happier note, I've been talking to the BMC and it looks like they might fund a report looking at how we can start decarbonising the UK mountaineering industry. If it goes ahead it'll start with research into the industry's carbon emissions and then move on to setting…See More
Dec 31, 2010
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Nov 13, 2009
ecoclimber replied to Tobes's discussion Mountaineering, Climbing and Trekking Expedition Symposium, (7-8 November 2009) PYB Wales
"Hey toby, I'll drive up if i can fill my car and if there's surf (as i'll chuck my board on the roof). Know anyone else who wants to go? Z"
Nov 4, 2009
John Quarmby commented on ecoclimber's blog post Low carbon climbing in Cornwall
"Why struggle for timetables- try transportdirect.info which gives bus, train (& road) routes even down to postcode level. You can also look at maps of where the bus stops are. Just watch out for changing en route- they sometimes expect heroic…"
Sep 22, 2009
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Grow your own veg! (or even better... get someone else to do it for you)

I just found this website called Landshare. If you have some land that you'd like to use to grow food, you can use the site to find people to help you prep the land and plant stuff (and vice versa). I'm trying to rope people in to sorting out my garden (i can't see the ground for nettles...). If you live in the Hackney area and you're keen to grow veg, give me a shout!Check out Landshare: http://landshare.channel4.com/See More
Aug 13, 2009
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ecoclimber replied to ecoclimber's discussion Is anyone going to the Lakes Climbing festival 12-14 june?
"Mick, I'm sorry my friend just did her back in cycling so we're going for a more leisurely walk in the Peaks instead :)"
Jun 12, 2009
Mick Jones replied to ecoclimber's discussion Is anyone going to the Lakes Climbing festival 12-14 june?
"Hi I'm going from Wolverhampton Friday night until Sunday. Do you have any places left? Mick"
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Is anyone going to the Lakes Climbing festival 12-14 june?

Hi guys, i just saw this: http://www.lakesfestivalofclimbing.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=14&Itemid=28If anyone wants to go to this i'm going up with a friend from london for the weekend and we can take two more in the car...If there are no takers we'll probably go by train...Cheers!See More
Jun 2, 2009
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London to Lake District, 12th-14th June

Looking for or offering lift from London to Lake District going up after work on friday 12th june and coming back sunday eve 14th june. There are 2 of us. We can take another 2 in the car.cheers, zSee More
May 29, 2009
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Could climate change be impacting Everest?

Author: Chris Bianchi, ClimateChangeCorp.comThe world record-holder for the most successful ascents of Mount Everest is saying that climbing the world's highest peak is getting harder, and it's not because of his advancing age49-year-old Nepalese sherpa Apa Sherpa climbed Mount Everest for the 19th time last week and dedicated this climb to stopping climate change. At the peak, he posed for a photo with a sign saying, "Stop climate change, let the Himalayas live".But despite his successful…See More
May 27, 2009
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Grow your own veg! (or even better... get someone else to do it for you)

I just found this website called Landshare. If you have some land that you'd like to use to grow food, you can use the site to find people to help you prep the land and plant stuff (and vice versa). I'm trying to rope people in to sorting out my garden (i can't see the ground for nettles...). If you live in the Hackney area and you're keen to grow veg, give me a shout!
Check out Landshare: http://landshare.channel4.com/

Posted on August 13, 2009 at 6:00pm

Could climate change be impacting Everest?

Author: Chris Bianchi, ClimateChangeCorp.com

The world record-holder for the most successful ascents of Mount Everest is saying that climbing the world's highest peak is getting harder, and it's not because of his advancing age



49-year-old Nepalese sherpa Apa Sherpa climbed Mount Everest for the 19th time last week and dedicated this climb to stopping climate change. At the peak, he posed for a photo with a sign saying, "Stop… Continue

Posted on May 27, 2009 at 4:30pm

Climber harder, climb greener...

The aim of this website is to help you to improve your environmental performance as climber. Don't know where to recycle your climbing gear? Worried about fuel prices? You're not the only one.



Ecoclimber aims to de-clutter your cupboard of old climbing gear and help you keep it out of the landfill. We'll also help you to get in touch with your local climbing club for group trips and navigate public transport around climbing areas in the UK and Europe.



Outdoor companies… Continue

Posted on May 23, 2009 at 4:30pm

Low carbon climbing in Cornwall

Are soaring fuel prices and the threat of global warming enough to tempt climbers out of their cars? Zara Maung and Julie Black decide it’s time to try some low-carbon climbing.





During our two-week climbing trip to Devon and Cornwall we managed to stump most climbers with one simple question: “How do you get to the climbing here on public transport?”





“Um, I can look up buses on the internet,” was about as good as the replies got. Most people just fobbed… Continue

Posted on May 23, 2009 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment

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