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Starter for 10: Natalie Fee

By martin booth, Monday Oct 14, 2019

City to Sea founder Natalie Fee – named Bristol24/7 Woman of the Year 2018 – is now turning her attention to sharing tips on how to help save the planet with small lifestyle changes.

Her debut book, How to Save the World for Free, published on October 21, covers all key areas of our lives, from food and travel to politics and even sex.

Natalie wants us all to feel better, live better and ultimately breathe better in the knowledge that every small change contributes towards saving our world.

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1. Coffee or Tea?

2. Book or iPhone?

3. Street art or Art gallery?
Street art. “I’m enjoying the work of DFTE at the moment, and I would rather go around an affordable art fair than an art gallery.”

4. Summer or Winter?
Summer. “Who would say winter!”

5. Car or Bike?

6. City or Rovers?
Neither. “I’m really not into sport but I would play a game of rounders if needed.”

7. Restaurant or Street food?

8. Evening in or Night out?
Evening in

9. Dairy milk or Milk alternative?
Milk alternative. “There are some really great alternatives out there. If you can switch to a plant-based alternative to dairy, that’s an easy switch.”

10. Train or Plane

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