..Then I received word from Creative Concern that their advertising campaign to get Mancunians out of their cars and onto bikes won first prize at Wednesday’s Green Awards in London. ….See full article.
The ‘Love Your Bike’ campaign was created by Manchester ethical communications agency, Creative Concern, for Friends of the Earth and Manchester City Council. Love Your Bike raised public awareness of cycling to reduce carbon emissions, noise and pollution levels as … Continue reading
Hale parents who do the school run in gas guzzling off-road vehicles got failing grades when they dropped their children off on Monday 16th October.
Photo Opportunity :Representatives from local groups will be submitting their responses to the consultation in person at 11:00am on Friday 29th September at Olympic House, Manchester Airport, M90 1QX (map).
Tune in – if you dare – to this video short featuring a man doing something to his bicycle. It’s a risqué plug to start Bike Week with a bang. A bike bang. …Read the full article.
Manchester drivers urged to ditch four wheels To get Manchester’s car driving commuters to ditch four wheels in favour of two carbon neutral wheels, Northern Quarter-based communications agency, Creative Concern, has produced a sexy and fun advertising campaign running across … Continue reading
…Oh, right, back to the ad – the “Love your bike” ad campaign just debuted in Manchester, England. Great ad. See full article.
In a drive to get more Manchester commuters on their bikes, a campaign launched Tuesday promotes cycling as “better for your health, better for your wallet and better for getting you to work on time” across the city’s billboards and … Continue reading
Manchester Friends of the Earth launched a high profile campaign called ‘Love Your Bike’ on Tuesday 21st March 2006 to promote cycling in Manchester.
An environmental charity has today begun a major new push to cut traffic pollution and improve the health of commuters in Manchester by encouraging people to cycle to work…..Read full article.
Friends of the Earth is calling on the Chancellor to make action on climate change a central part of next week’s Budget. Despite promising to put the environment at the heart of Government, green taxation has fallen under Gordon Brown, … Continue reading
Commuters into Manchester city centre will be urged to ditch four wheels in favour of two later this month when Manchester Friends of the Earth  launches its biggest ever campaign, in conjunction with Manchester City Council.