“Organic” is no lip service in the restaurant “Muskat” in Erlangen, but an expression of quality, good taste and a clear attitude: the times when “organic” food (without flavor enhancers) bored the taste buds are clearly over.
Anyone who behaves in an environmentally friendly manner in their own home has definitely already taken an important step. But then go to the office and leave the printer or air conditioning running at full blast all day?
With more than 110,000 inhabitants, Erlangen has long been one of the large cities in Germany. But its green soul allows the hustle and bustle of the city to recede into the background time and time again.
Every year before Pentecost, there is traditionally a very special hustle and bustle in the university town of Erlangen: the Bergkirchweih on the Burgberg in the north of Erlangen, which is well known far beyond the city limits.
The tourism industry is still dominated by a throwaway mentality. Mini-amenities in the bathrooms and in the rooms in general, as well as small packaging for breakfast buffets are the order of the day in many places.
Nach wie vor ist die Tourismusbranche von einer Wegwerf-Mentalität dominiert. Mini-Amenities in den Bädern und auf den Zimmern im Allgemeinen, sowie Kleinverpackungen bei Frühstück-Buffets sind vielerorts an der Tagesordnung.
Ben Förtsch doesn’t just strive to raise awareness through buzzwords like “life cycle assessment” and “sustainability”. He actually has a message, a blunt one, and for some, even uncomfortable,: We human beings, as wasteful species, must act in favor of our planet.
Dass unsere Erde ein Plastikproblem hat, ist schon längst kein Geheimnis mehr. Bilder von riesigen Plastikinseln in den Ozeanen machen es uns Deutschen immer schwerer, nach dem Prinzip „aus den Augen, aus dem Sinn“ zu leben.
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