Sorry we killed it

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Summary

Young people have more & more access to cheap flights, and opportunities to explore the world. Even evolving to challenges like visiting 30 countries by age 30. But with the growing urgency to save our planet and reach net-zero emissions, isn’t it hypocritical to prioritise our own experiences over our climate change concerns?

Special guests: Johan Lolos, travel photographer and Kyrill Hartog, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Are We Europe
Host: Priyanka Shankar.
Executive producer: Toon Vos.

Show Notes

Traveling has become easier, less expensive and more accessible. We have increasing access to cheap flights which gives us an opportunity to explore the world. From taking a gap year to challenges like visiting 30 countries by the age of 30, traveling has become important in our lives. So important that we would even risk our lives to get the ultimate photo of ourselves in the craziest places.

But with the growing urgency to save our planet and reach net-zero emissions, isn’t it hypocritical to prioritise our own experiences over our climate change concerns?

Special guests: Johan Lolos, travel photographer and Kyrill Hartog, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Are We Europe
Host: Priyanka Shankar.
Executive producer: Toon Vos.

What is Sorry we killed it?

Sorry we killed it is a podcast recorded in Brussels, produced by the European Youth Forum and hosted by Priyanka Shankar from Are We Europe. We talk about issues affecting today’s young people in Europe, and beyond. We discuss algorithms, pandas, death and everything in between. We celebrate the dynamism of the young generation, far from the “lazy young people” clichés, and the way our personal behaviour and experience connect with a bigger ‘collective” and can have a positive impact on our community and our society.