"This is a small step towards reinventing the world in five years, when we have a chance to get everyone involved", said oliver kunkel, chairman of the association "wir gestalten heimat", at the closing event of the european mobility week in ebern. If carbon dioxide emissions continue as they are now, the earth will warm by 1.5 degrees in five years, says kunkel. In front of the eyrichshof castle on sunday, numerous vehicles with alternative drives were on display. Around 200 visitors found their way to the castle courtyard, where time-honored masonry met modern, environmentally friendly technology.
Oliver kunkel (zeil) has a vision of what habberge county could look like in 2025: "i would like to see attractive mobile stations everywhere with lots of green space around, seating and an app-controlled, intelligent system." This could look like this: the app could suggest the best way to get from A to B and, for example, offer the regional bus for the outward journey and an electric car or bicycle for the return journey, which you can easily rent.