The University of Granada May joined this month of April to 30 day bike challenge, Which is a citizen and community movement whose mission is to promote the use of bicycles to promote Habit change Towards means Sustainable and healthy transportation.
This challenge consists of Encouraging the university community To use the bike to move anywhere every day during the 30 days in April. It doesn’t matter the distance or the time. across the Mobile application Ciclogreen, participants can Record your activity on the bike.
Collaborate with Ciclogreen
Arrival Cyclogreen The project makes it possible this year The kilometers traveled became gifts, Such as a tool bottle, bike light kit, or hiking sunglasses, among many other products
University of GranadaAnd Through the Sustainable Mobility Cluster (coordinated by the Secretary of Campus Saludable, Office of the University Vice President for Equality, Inclusion and Sustainability), it is considered The public interest for this type of initiative, With which it has been cooperating since 2016 by promoting Daily use of the bicycle in the university community.
The University Foundation participated in the project to promote sustainable transportMove around UGR 2019 ‘Which from September it will have a 2021 edition. Additionally, workshops are held on bike tuning or riding skills. On the other hand, its use is also encouraged by Bicycle temporary assignment system For academic centers, services, residences and colleges of the University of Granada.
Starts 30 days by bike
“30 days by bike” It is a suggestion that Born in 2010 in Minneapolis (Minnesota, USA) whose mission extends far beyond the impact that cycling can have on health The Global Impact of Small Business It can be done privately.
At the undergraduate level, the The contribution that I make University community to reduce carbon dioxide emissions during the month of April. The challenge site also includes a rating In which all participating universities They will be able to compete to be the most sustainable.
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