Day 7 - Carlisle to Lesmahagow
with more than 700KM cycled, the finish line in Glasgow is within grasps
Start of day 7. Tired, wet but raring to go! With special guest @drawal01. (part 1) #ridefortheirlives #sheffchildrensgogreen @ClimateAccept @SheffChildrens pic.twitter.com/dLT2s7O8eO— Philip Branford (@SustainaPhil_) October 30, 2021
Touchdown in Scotland!
We’ve made it across the border! Day 7: Carlisle to Lesmahago. Please donate your bike km to us here: https://t.co/htUIMIcNhv Rainy morning but feeling good #RideForTheirLives we’re riding for better health for our children and young people #PollutionDrift pic.twitter.com/zNj59noy8P— Rachel Naunton (@RENphysio) October 30, 2021
The Full Pollution Pods are assembled and waiting for the #ridefortheirlives at the finish line.
From 11am to 4pm, Tuesday 2nd to Friday 12th of November @PinskyMichael 's poignant Pollution Pods will be available to visit in Glasgow - free of charge, no booking required!— Climate Acceptance Studios (@ClimateAccept) October 30, 2021
More info here: https://t.co/Fc8hXP6NMV.#pollutiondrift #ridefortheirlives pic.twitter.com/ePM1gqsNg9
The big why behind this - Global Leaders at COP26 need to take action on air quality
The #ClimateCrisis is a health crisis. 🌎— Climate Acceptance Studios (@ClimateAccept) October 30, 2021
At #COP26, it’s time for governments to choose the win-win and tackle climate change and air pollution together. 👇https://t.co/fFC6U2Qtj1#ridefortheirlives #pollutiondrift