Feel guilty about flying? That’s ‘flygskam.’ Here’s what you can do about it.


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Maria Dermentzi

‘Flygskam’ is a compound of the Swedish phrases ‘flyg’, which signifies flight, and ‘skam’ – shame. There, the motion is previously switching people’s flying behavior. More and more travelers are changing planes with trains. 

Now, ‘flygskam’ is building ripples around the globe. So below are some approaches you can cut down your carbon footprint if you truly have to fly.