Welcome to the European Footprints blog series
For the SDGs to be met, everyone needs to do their part. Governments, the private sector, civil society, and the general public – which of course, that includes you!
In this blog series, you’ll discover ways in which you can implement these goals in your daily routine. You’ll also get to learn about our personal stories and all sorts of sustainable stuff that we’re passionate about.
Ambra and Daniele’s backpacking journey has been carried out in the most sustainable way possible. Find out how they made it to Rome!
When you go on a walking trip, you find yourself reconsidering the importance of many objects. It was one of the first discoveries we made while meticulously organising our adventure: we drew up a list of things to bring, made a test by putting them in our backpacks...
Ambra and Daniele embarked on a slow travel through one of the oldest Italian routes: the via Francigena. Follow the story of this adventure!
Social marketing is a way of communication that encourages behavioural change, focusing on the attitudes of the consumer and their impact on the world around them.
Hi everyone! Here is my last update for this incredible #MakeAPledge initiative! I hope you all had a great end of the year celebrations and a fresh start to the year 🙂 First of all, I have focused on little daily changes. In November, I volunteered to be a...
After months involved in the #MakeAPledge initiative, this is Laura’s last blog post on the Doposcuola Quarticciolo!
It's been almost three months since my last update on my pledge, and it seems like yesterday. In today's chapter, I am going to tell you how it has been to be part of this process during the almost three months that my pledge has lasted, what my current situation is...
In this new article, Selasie dwells on the definition of inspiration porn and shows examples of it in real life.
During summer, kids might suffer from the lack of adequate social and educational opportunities. Follow the outdoor adventures of the Doposcuola Quarticciolo!
In her final blog post, Lilia wraps up 6 months of her pledge to promote sustainability and recycling initiatives in her university and city.
Are you a sustainability superstar yourself? Do you want to contribute to the European Footprints blog series? Then please don’t hesitate to contact us and send us your texts for our team to take a look at. We’d love to hear from you!