GreenErasmus-RheinAhrCampus GreenChallenge

The GreenChallenge Program is the second sustainable product developed by our international team of GreenErasmus-RheinAhrCampus. It is a unique program for the Erasmus students, the goals of which are:

  • raising environmental awareness among students
  • exploring eco-friendly alternatives in everyday life
  • changing daily habits and becoming greener and healthier
  • bringing new developed habits to the home country of Erasmus students and sharing GreenErasmus ideas further

Podcast about the GreenChallenge

Listen to the episode. In this episode our guests attempted to take part in the GreenChallenge – the experiment where everyone spent 4 days adapting to the green lifestyle: cutting meat, plastic and streaming out from their daily routine.

GreenChallenge-Program

Download the GreenChallenge-Program by GreenErasmus-RheinAhrCampus and develop new sustainable lifestyle with your international friends!

Check out the experiences of GreenChallenge participants from around 15 different countries: 

  • Plastic free & organic shopping. Victor from Brazil is doing his groceries in the most sustainable way

  • Tech-free day. Surya from India and Natalia from Ukraine are meditating and enjoying their new tech-free outdoor activity

  • Outdoor activities instead of streaming. Ekarani from Brazil is hiking in the beautiful canyons

  • Eat healthy and organic. Senem from Turkey is growing her own veggies

  • Go outdoor after long Zoom lectures. Mehriban and Aytan are enjoying the sun in a green park after a long "online-day"

  • Plastic free & organic shopping. Elene from Georgia is exploring the German Street Market in Bonn and buying bio fruits and veggies

  • Say NO to cars. Surya and Jency from India and Natalia from Ukraine are travelling by bicycle and exploring new for then German towns

  • Say NO to meat. Vitor from Brazil has just bought loads of fruits and going to cook some vegan dessert

  • Calculate your carbon footprint. Pravesh from India is taking part in the survey to calculate his personal carbon footprint