CTC, the national cycling charity, with 68,000 members across the UK, is both the oldest and largest cycling body in the UK, established in 1878. CTC provides a comprehensive range of services, advice, events and protection for its members and works to promote cycling by raising public and political awareness of cycling’s health, social and environmental benefits. Information on CTC is available at www.ctc.org.uk.
The results of the IAM survey come on the same day as the The University of East Anglia publicised the launch of a new national project to reduce the carbon footprint of the National Health Service, in which doctors will be encouraged to prevent diseases caused by "obesogenic built environments". http://www.uea.ac.uk/mac/comm/media/press/2011/August/lowcarbnhs