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STEPS Radio: Sustainable Travel- To Fly, or not to fly?

Today we talk about flying.

In this episode, Laila spoke to Kevin Anderson, a climate change professor, about his decision to stop flying 14 years ago. He, along with a growing size of the population, are choosing to reduce their emissions by avoiding flying. Connor also grabbed Sachiko from CEMUS, Uppsala University’s Centre for Sustainable Development, to find out why she recently took a train from Sweden to England. You can listen to the podcast in full here:

The statistics indicate that reducing the amount you fly, for example by avoiding a round trip across the Atlantic just once a year, has a huge impact on your ecological footprint:

If you want to find out what your impact on the environment looks like, and for help to make your lifestyle more sustainable check out the ecological footprint.

Thinking about reducing your flying, or avoiding flying altogether? Get in contact! We’d love to hear from you!

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