Between 3 December and 15 December, Linnaeus University is carrying out a survey on how students travel to and from the university or their workplace. Based on the results, we will offer a number of activities and tools in 2020–2021 to increase the number of climate-smart travels linked to our organisation.
The questionnaire is part of the project Sustainable travel choices Kalmar Linnaeus University which aims to increase the number of sustainable transports by 10 percent and to contribute to making Kalmar municipality fossil fuel-free by 2030.
It takes approximately 10 minutes to answer the questionnaire – we hope that you would like to take part and in this way provide us with as good data as possible to develop or sustainability work. You answer the questionnaire by clicking on the link in the email you will receive during the day.
The questionnaire is part of the project Sustainable travel choices Kalmar Linnaeus University. The project will arrange a number of different activities during 2020 and 2021. Examples of these are:
- Try out various types of electric bicycles during a couple of weeks
- Competition to increase environmentally-friendly and healthy travelling
- “Sustainability café”
- Public transportation and bicycle campaigns
Members of staff in Växjö answered a similar questionnaire in November 2018.
Sustainable travel choices is a project collaboration between Kalmar municipality and Linnaeus University with co-funding from the European regional fund and Region Kalmar County. Linnaeus University’s representative on the steering group is Bo Bergbäck.
If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Åsa Wågman, project manager Sustainable travel choices Kalmar Linnaeus University.