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Sustainable tips for Newcastle

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Sustainable Travel & Tips Newcastle

Newcastle is a great city to explore and experience, and there are many ways to do so in a sustainable and green way.

Take public transport

Newcastle has an extensive public transportation system, making it easy to get around the city without a car. Not only is it more sustainable, but it’s also a great way to see different parts of the city. Plus, you can use the Tyne and Wear Metro, which has a contactless smart card that can be used on all trains, buses and ferries in the area.

Eat locally sourced, vegan food

Newcastle is home to many great restaurants that use locally sourced ingredients. Eating locally grown food not only supports the local economy, but it also reduces the carbon footprint of your meal by eliminating the need for transportation of ingredients from faraway places. Plus, it’s a great way to try new and delicious food.

If you choose for a vegan meal, you can also save a lot of emissions. The production of a hamburger emits almost 5 times more emissions than the same weight in tofu (Milieu Centraal).

Offset your carbon emissions

When travelling to Newcastle, chances are that you came by air travel. Usually the air travel has the largest carbon emissions. Be carbon-wise by flying as little as possible, flying economy. And if you do fly, offset you carbon emissions.

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