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National Recycling Week celebrates its 18th birthday

19 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

From 20th to 26th September the UK celebrates National Recycling Week. We create a lot of waste in healthcare; recycling as much as possible helps us reduce our carbon footprint.

National Recycling Week celebrates its 18th birthday

Enjoy a car free world!

16 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

See how you like a car free world on 22nd September in aid of #WorldCarFreeDay

car free world

Lycra optional

08 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Matt Roylance is an energy officer with the Care Without Carbon team; he shares his story of discovering the joys of an electric bike for a 20+ mile round commute each day...

Lycra optional

Five Reasons to Walk to Work

06 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Travel Smarter September is our campaign to encourage people to ditch the car for less carbon intensive options. Walking has to be the best way to get from A to B when comes to being low carbon. We share five reasons why walking to work is the sensible choice.

Five Reasons to Walk to Work

We all need good circulation – this September what can you do to improve it?

01 September 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

September is Vascular Disease Awareness Month, created by the national charity Circulation Foundation. This year they want everyone going the extra mile to improve circulation health which links well with the launch of Travel Smarter September

We all need good circulation – this September what can you do to improve it?

Embrace Pedal Power

26 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

As part of our Travel Smarter September campaign we relaunch the Dare Challenge called Pedal Power to get encourage you to embrace cycling whether at home or at work.

Embrace Pedal Power

Travel Smarter September

26 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Air pollution and health are intrinsically linked, which is why, as part of our ongoing work to Care Without Carbon we encourage as many staff as possible to take part in Swap In September

Travel Smarter September

Webinar: Air Pollution and Mental Health

25 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Our environment and health are intrinsically linked. Air pollution is a key example of how our actions change our environment, with negative consequences for our mental and physical wellbeing. This free webinar for Sussex Partnership staff explores the issue and ways we can help tackle the problem.

Webinar: Air Pollution and Mental Health

Love to Ride: Cycle September

25 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Every year Love to Ride run Cycle September. The UK charity has gone global with it, and we're encouraging everyone to take part...

Breathe Easy this September with Love to Ride

A simple swap saves carbon in eye surgery

16 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

SASH NHS Trust are working hard to reduce carbon emissions associated with healthcare, in line with the Greener NHS agenda. Making changes to all aspects of how care is delivered can play a part, as this great example for the SASH ophthalmology team demonstrates.

A simple swap saves carbon in eye surgery

Cycle to Work Day

01 August 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Care Without Carbon sets out how we can reduce our carbon emissions as NHS organisations. One way is to drive less, so Cycle to Work Day on Thursday 5th August is perfect motivation to do just that!

Cycle to Work Day

National Marine Week

25 July 2021

By Hayley Carmichael

Despite being called National Marine Week, it is actually a fortnight of celebrations to encourage us to think more about the water we can enjoy all around us. Water really is the stuff of life, and it is why preserving our water supplies and our marine environments is a key part of Care Without Carbon. 

National Marine Week

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