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Vozni redi v Alpah 2018

Uporabljajte javna prevozna sredstva in spoznajte nove ljudi!

Eden od argumentov, ki jih navadno uporabljamo, ko  nagovarjamo k uporabi javnih prevoznih sredstev (in prav je tako) je argument podnebnih sprememb; omejevanje globalnega segrevanja, blaženje ranljivosti za podnebne spremembe itd. Vse to še vedno drži!

Ob tej jubilejni 10. izdaji publikacije »Vozni redi v Alpah«, pa bi želel predstaviti svež argument; uporabljajte javna prevozna sredstva za spoznavanje novih ljudi! Najboljši vir informacij o lokaciji, ki jo nameravate obiskati, so prav ljudje, ki tam živijo/delajo. Oni so tisti, ki vam lahko predstavijo dediščino tega območja! Moj nasvet, draga/i bralka/bralec: obrni se k osebi, ki sedi zraven tebe in se nauči nekaj novega! Pogovarjajte se o tem zakaj potujete z avtobusom/vlakom, o Alpah, ali pa o vaših izkustvih podnebnih sprememb…

Tako boste z uporabo trajnostih prevoznih sredstev, ki vam jih ponuja ta knjižica, prispevali tako k ohranjanju te čudovite Alpske regije za naše potomce, kot k ohranjanju njene kulturne dediščine!

Iskreno se zahvaljujem vsem partnerjem projekta – letošnjim in tistim iz preteklih let – posebna zahvala pa gre Cipri Slovenija, ki projekt tako uspešno koordinira vsa ta leta. Čestitke in uspešno delo naslednjih 10 let!

Veleposlanik Markus Reiterer

Generalni sekretar Alpske konvencije

 

Use public transport to meet new people!

One of the main arguments when advocating for public transport usually (rightfully) used is the argument of climate change; limiting global temperature increase, mitigating the vulnerability to climate change etc.  It is still all true and valid!

But in this jubilee, 10th edition of the “Timetables in the Alps” publication, I would like to bring in a fresh argument; use public transport to meet new people! Who better to turn to for advice about the new location you are about to visit that the people living/working there? Who better to learn about your heritage then the people living on the territory? So my advice to you, dear reader, dear user: turn to the person sitting next to you and learn something new! Talk about why they are taking this bus/train, talk about the Alps or ask them how they experience climate change in the last years…

This way, by using sustainable means of transport, presented in this booklet, you will not just be keeping the Alpine region beautiful for the future generations, but you will also be treasuring its cultural legacy!

I would like to sincerely thank all the partners of this project – this year, and in the past years – a special heartwarming thanks to Cipra Slovenia for caring on with the project. Cheers for the next 10 years!

Ambassador Markus Reiterer

Secretary General of the Alpine Convention