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CO2-Challenges

Change your everyday life with Santa & Anna

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Looking for more CO2 challenges? Take part in our CO2-challenges with Santa & Anna. Climate action is also a question of inner attitude, personal well-being and leaving established routines behind. Be part of it and be inspired by Anna and Santa's experiences. Maybe you will start your first own challenge?

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Minimalism-Challenge

Less is more

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Lent is traditionally a time of conscious renunciation in order to return to values and virtues. Even non-religious people can use this time to leave their comfort zone and try something new. That is why we would like to challenge you with this challenge on the topic of renouncing consumption until the beginning of April.

Good resolutions: Our Food Challenge

You are, what you eat

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We eat every day. Many delicious things. Bad food gets on our stomachs, delicious food puts us in a high mood. And actually we always like to talk about it, about our food. But our food is also closely linked to environmental pollution, climate change, species extinction, animal cruelty and unfair working conditions. Good food is therefore more than just a matter of taste. We can stand up for fair, ecological, appreciative and solidarity-based agriculture at the dinner table - and not just with words. Join us in the "Food Challenge" for 4 - 8 weeks and take up the challenge. What is good food? How regional can it be? Does everything have to be packaged? Is soy only for cows?

Join in - isn't January 2021 just the right time to make a difference? We would be happy to have you on board! 

Lent is traditionally a time of conscious renunciation in order to return to values and virtues. Even non-religious people can use this time to leave their comfort zone and try something new. That is why we would like to challenge you with this challenge on the topic of renouncing consumption until the beginning of April.

We eat every day. Many delicious things. Bad food gets on our stomachs, delicious food puts us in a high mood. And actually we always like to talk about it, about our food. But our food is also closely linked to environmental pollution, climate change, species extinction, animal cruelty and unfair working conditions. Good food is therefore more than just a matter of taste. We can stand up for fair, ecological, appreciative and solidarity-based agriculture at the dinner table - and not just with words. Join us in the "Food Challenge" for 4 - 8 weeks and take up the challenge. What is good food? How regional can it be? Does everything have to be packaged? Is soy only for cows?

Join in - isn't January 2021 just the right time to make a difference? We would be happy to have you on board!