Pedalling & CO2 Cycling is an energy transformation process where we transform our potential energy into kinetic energy. This kinetic energy promotes more green air to our surroundings. Hence we can reduce our human carbon footprint with every pedal. In a big picture, every pedal counts to stop climate change.
Why cycling, urban design & climate change?
Bicycle riding uses minimal fossil fuels and is a pollution-free mode of transport. Bikes reduce the need to build, service and dispose of cars. Bicycle riding conserves roadway and residential space, thereby providing opportunities for less concrete and more plant life in urban areas.
Dr Nadrah Kadir:
Nadhrah is an advocate for active and sustainable transport policy. Her current research is inspired by her passion for getting more people on bikes. She is interested in educating people to understand the role of the bicycle as a mode of transport; beyond a tool to exercise or compete in sport-related events. She is a passionate ‘everyday’ cyclist and the founder of BikeCommute@USM.
PeTua – Penang Public Transport Users Association
Simon commutes on a bicycle between Old Klang Road and KLCC, cycles between Air Itam & Green Lane areas when he visits Penang Island where Rapid Penang routes are 'missing'. He also uses Rapid Pg and KL buses whenever possible, express buses around Peninsula Malaysia. Member of PETUA. Started as a recreational cyclist 7 years ago cycling up Air Itam dam, Carpet, 46, etc. Before 2010, 100% of cars lovers being an engineer.
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