Mums for Lungs is a group campaigning against pollution around schools.

Riding Sunbeams is a world leading project to connect solar panels directly into electrified rail routes to power the trains.

Travelwise  

Travelwise is a national campaign that encourages people to cut down on their car journeys and use sustainable transport.In West Sussex we aim to make other modes of transport, such as cycling, walking, public transport, motorcycling and car sharing, a real alternative to the car.At the heart of Travelwise is the belief that individuals can make small lifestyle changes that collectively make a difference; that everyone can be part of the solution and not the problem.

 see the link above for useful travel tips, including car sharing

There’s a lot of useful bus information on WSCC’s website
– Timetables; Operators and fares; Bus route maps and guides; Find a bus stop or next buses
– Bus passes and discounts
– Travel assistance: Bus stops and shelters; Helping Hand Scheme; Electronic information at bus stops; Text for bus times; Public bus service tenders; Bus stop audio information fob; Community and rural transport; School and college transport.

Individual bus companies also have information online about their services:

Compass

Stagecoach

Take the WSCC climate pledge here

West Sussex District Council is currently developing a walking and cycling strategy. If you want to read the document and comment please follow the link.

Are you a regular cyclist in the Chichester area but don’t feel your needs are being met? Visit the West Sussex Cycle Forum and make your views known

Cycle Hire. There are currently no cycle hire companies in Chichester but if you want to explore the area around Chichester here are some companies which offer hire bikes

Train travel. Here are some useful website for booking train travel rather than flying to Europe

Loco2.

Seat61.com train ticketing information site set up by Mark Smith to encourage train travel to Europe rather than flying

Concerned about sustainable transport? Go to the South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment, scate, website

Walking if you are interested in walking the old British routes that liked holy places then look at The British Pilgrimage Trust