A growing number of people are ashamed of flying

The "flying shame" is a growing feeling among Swedes who share a concern for the environment, and could well lead to the return of night trains...

04/06/2019 8:39 AM
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  • Laurence C.
    04/06/2019 09:05

    Planting trees everywhere and stop the Bullshit nonstop about this crazy shit global warming climate change, is the only thing what absorb the CO2 and release O2,the best of this planet MATE, I personally planted 50 Hectares single with my own hands but the hunger for trees never STOP, so this younger generations do it for your future generations doing nothing else then media media media media media media media, deforestation worldwide is the cause of disaster

  • Nithin N.
    04/06/2019 09:07


  • Wanyama N.
    04/06/2019 09:37

    Il faut rester chez soi...😭

  • Av M.
    04/06/2019 10:19

    Das ist interessant und das Wort auf deutsch ist "flugscham"...

  • Akhil G.
    04/06/2019 10:32

    I don't care shit about the video .. just tell me the name of the background music 😄😄

  • Fi C.
    04/06/2019 11:34

    what about the "meat eating shame", the "reproduction shame" and the “fast-fashion shame”...anyone?

  • Mikey M.
    04/06/2019 12:10

    I just hate flying

  • Youri D.
    04/06/2019 12:20

    Sounds like a plan, but just like every good plan, capitalism will abuse it. Instead of making train traveling cheaper to prevent people taking the plane. They'll probably bring up the prices for aviating way above train prices and after that also will raise the prices to take the train😜

  • Johnny B.
    04/06/2019 13:11

    The world needs to build bullet trains everywhere. And ban continental flights. Heavily invest now!

  • Gopal K.
    04/06/2019 14:30

    I support train journey instead of plane due to GHG emissions. Car pooling is very important and essential

  • Brian H.
    04/06/2019 14:48

    Good. Keep the nut jobs out of the sky and hopefully enough will join this stupid movement so the airlines will drop prices.

  • Travis W.
    04/06/2019 15:20

    Don't forget the farting cows!

  • Pedro M.
    04/06/2019 19:06

    Ridiculous, the way they use a child to push an agenda

  • Jonathan M.
    04/06/2019 20:11

    Because trains run on electricity and planes run on fossil fuels? How is the electricity generated? In Scandinavian countries it might be hydroelectric, but the rest of Europe? Fossil fuels? Maybe even coal? And all your wonderful social programs? Norway gets huge income from North Sea oil. So it's okay to shame other people for using what you benefit from the sale of?

  • Matt V.
    04/06/2019 23:17

    Takes a train a activist

  • Michael M.
    04/07/2019 01:38

    But why are trains so much more expensive? Trains treat you as if you were flying, the way they conduct business. Yet planes are cheaper and get you to your destination quicker than trains.

  • Iahtolla Y.
    04/07/2019 02:06

    Oh no....walking is far better than trains

  • Gary B.
    04/07/2019 13:05

    I remember a london airport got shut down because someone flew one of those 4 propeller drone thingies nearby. i think its lidl that is selling them for £20 . I'm not inciting people to do this. Just commenting, that's all. (Don't want the Gestapo blaming me for a bit of free speech)

  • Allan W.
    04/07/2019 21:44

    Wondering how much less diesel/coal burning trains pollute than turbojet...

  • Lama P.
    04/10/2019 09:18

    you have to be logical in your reasoning in your "marketing" for cleaner have to adapt to the capacities of the "targeted people.. global "things are just too abstract for some people. They don't know that they are unable to "capture" those global ideas..(you know like old "dos_Windows_3.1"..not sooo "tactile") know... help them to understand on their way....