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In June 2021, a group of eco-adventurers began a quest to search for scalable solutions to the environmental crisis, as part of their mission to assist with restoring nature and diversity in UK national parks. Photo credit: Ollie Axon By interviewing experts in the field and looking at their innovative sustainable innovations and nature-based climate solutions, they worked on the production of an adventure film documentary called:

Why does sustainable fashion matter? Eco-conscious buyers are raising awareness and are willing to change their purchasing habits; in doing so, they are putting immense pressure on fashion moguls and brands to enact real change. However, the fashion industry is reaping havoc on the already threatened biodiversity of the world. Despite some movement towards more sustainable clothing choices from the likes of retail giant H&M and

UK's national parks offer tremendous adventure opportunities. Revel in the sea-scented areaalong the coast, rolling hills lining the countryside, or rugged mountainscapes as you explore.The options are endless! But with an influx of people flocking to national parks, it is essential todiscuss how we can preserve these mesmerizing natural wonders—and why this is an importantconcept to consider as the parks play a significant role in

What is Mind the Green Space? Green spaces, mental health and exercise. Mind the Green Space is a podcast we created back in November 2020. It was created out of curiosity to learn and explore the multitude of climate solutions, nature conservation projects, outdoor adventure stories and what this all means for our physical and mental health. It has since become a platform to discuss the

Why Climate Explorers? We wanted a name that would reflect our mission going forward which is exploring climate solutions through eco-adventures and sharing them with the world through media. From the success of the Pedal 4 Parks impact campaign we decided to become a community interest company (CIC) to grow our mission to highlight climate solutions, raise environmental awareness and promote physical and mental wellbeing through eco-adventures

As July is coming to a close it’s hard not to reminisce about the beginning of the month when excitement was in the water as we crossed the finishing line in the Isles of Scilly. After finishing the world’s first cycle, it took some time for our team to slip back into normality… rumour even has it that Isaac slept for 14 hours straight! Over

Today our team completed the JOGLE leg of the Pedal 4 Parks expedition. Over the past twelve days they have cycled an impressive 1,200 miles on land, seeing the beautiful green spaces the UK has to offer and interviewing some of the people who are trying to make a difference. It was as if the sun knew today was an important day for our team

This morning the team finally woke up to sunshine and the forecast promised much more! Today’s route would take the cyclist into Cornwall, the final county of the expedition! If you have ever travelled to Cornwall you know that the hills are constant. So although our team were cycling a shorter distance, they had around 3,500 feet of elevation to climb in one day! Sunny start