7 pilot families of Sant Cugat del Vallès achieve reducing their lifestyle carbon footprint in 13% average through the international Sustainable Lifestyle Accelerator Project! Between 6 and 18% of carbon emissions could be avoided by families through behavioural changes in their daily life in the areas of housing, nutrition, mobility, purchases and leisure activities. Within […]
Finishing the first round of the project in Germany, our participant Renate Dobratz described her experiences in an exciting radio feature on SWR2 entitled “Precious resources – how we consume less”. Further details and the link to listen to the entire feature can be found here (only available in German).
On 3 May 2019 the time had come – but no reason to celebrate! On this day the world population had consumed all regenerative resources for the entire calendar year 2019. At least if the entire world population had the same per capita resource consumption as Germany. To cap consumption, it would need 3 earths. […]
A lifestyle with a maximum carbon footprint of three tonnes per person by 2030 – that is the goal that the eight pilot households in North Rhine-Westphalia are now working on! Those eight households participated the joint road mapping workshop at the Wuppertal Institut in the middle of January 2019. They developed first individual strategies […]
The Sustainable Lifestyle Accelerator project engages households worldwide to help explore sustainable lifestyles. With the support of experts, households can try out what this would mean in practice. Households that have already participated in the project in other cities say that their lives have not only become easier on resources, but also a bit happier. […]