Giro d’Italia

Stage 3 · 222 km

Sorrento → Marina di Ascea

"There are so many ideas out there, the pace of technological progress is so fast. It's a very optimistic thing about human nature; when humans focus on a problem, they're quite ingenious. "

— Nicholas Stern - Professor, London School of Economics. President, British Academy


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Keith’s Journal

What an epic ride today. Starting at 5:30am, we enjoyed 9 hrs on the bike, experienced 225km of the most stunning views along the Amalfi coastline, conquered our first two serious hills (or were they mountains!?) of the Giro, and ended up finishing the course literally 15 MINUTES before the pros.

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10 myths about climate change

by Louise Southerden

It’s easy to blame the mainstream media for misconceptions flying around about climate change, and yes, in the name of journalistic balance, climate sceptics are often given as much air-time and column inches as climate scientists.

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