Here we collect a curated list of articles, podcasts and more in which we are featured.
Article – Erasmus + climate protection: by train through Europe
Picture by Felix Strohbach
14th of April, 2021
Article with Strohbonaut
“Erasmus + climate protection: by train through Europe”
Our Tatjana has written an article for Strohbonaut. It is about travelling by train, its opportunities and obstacles and describes 5 sample routes through Europe that can be discovered.
Although the article is written in German.
“However, the issue of sustainability often tends to remain unconsidered. Around 75 percent of the more than 300,000 Erasmus students travelled by plane to their new adventure in 2019. In a context of global warming, rapid biodiversity loss and other climate change-related trends, the air travel behaviour of Erasmus students is problematic.”
Podcast – Change & Perspective
08th of March, 2021
Podcast with Change & Perspective (Kathrin David)
“By train across Europe – the most sustainable way to travel?”
Our Tatjana cooperated closely with the fantastic team of @give.grow.travel and produced a podcast and material for new online courses. The german podcast can alreday be found on most podcast apps by the title “Mit dem Zug durch Europa – die nachhaltigste Art zu reisen?” Stay tuned for news about the online courses.
“Sustainable travel is something you prepare for, something you are open to, and something you can live on for a while because it is such an intense experience.”
Article – ekologiskamag
Article with ekologiskamag
“Erasmus programme: Linking to an Interrail pass could save many emissions”
We would like to give you a little insight into the article that @mysustainableme wrote about us. Thanks again for the great cooperation. For us it is an important step to spread our idea further into the world and to reach and convince more and more people.
“We are concerned that the high carbon footprint of the Erasmus+ programme increasingly runs counter to the positive contribution to personal development and the participants’ understanding of Europe.”