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Cycling for climate

April 7, 2022

The University of Stuttgart is once again participating in the STADTRADELN campaign
[Picture: Laura Nickel, Klima Buendnis ]

From May 9 to 29, Stuttgart will be taking to the pedals once again! In order to draw attention to climate-friendly mobility, the aim is to cycle as many everyday journeys as possible for 20 days, thus making a valuable contribution to climate protection.

The STADTRADELN campaign not only aims to make an active contribution to climate protection, but also to draw attention to the needs of cyclists.

Whether traveling to work, or cycling with family or friends, in or outside Stuttgart - every kilometer counts for the climate. Last year, 985,544 km were cycled in Stuttgart, reducing CO2 emissions by almost 140 tons. The university hopes to break the 1 million mark this time.

And there are also prizes to win for those who take part. Last year, with your help, the university was placed 4th and was awarded a bicycle repair column for the campus. This year, there are great prizes up for grabs that will help make Stuttgart more bike-friendly.

From May 9 to 29, Stuttgart will be taking to the pedals once again! In order to draw attention to climate-friendly mobility, the aim is to cycle as many everyday journeys as possible for 20 days, thus making a valuable contribution to climate protection.

The STADTRADELN campaign not only aims to make an active contribution to climate protection, but also to draw attention to the needs of cyclists.

Whether traveling to work, or cycling with family or friends, in or outside Stuttgart - every kilometer counts for the climate. Last year, 985,544 km were cycled in Stuttgart, reducing CO2 emissions by almost 140 tons. The university hopes to break the 1 million mark this time.

And there are also prizes to win for those who take part. Last year, with your help, the university was placed 4th and was awarded a bicycle repair column for the campus. This year, there are great prizes up for grabs that will help make Stuttgart more bike-friendly.

Join the Uni Stuttgart Team

"Let's break records together and collect as many kilometers as possible for the University of Stuttgart. You can hardly be more active in protecting the environment."

- Laura Schlowak, Mobility Manager at the University of Stuttgart

More information about STADTRADELN

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