Goal: Save 20 tonnes of CO2

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Ready to be a part of the #TravelwithCANIE movement?

5 Steps to Commit to Sustainable Travel:

  1. Register for the EAIE Conference and Exhibition in Toulouse this September.

  2. Choose a low-carbon travel option:
    Join our #TravelwithCANIE community.
    By filling out this short form, you let us know you are committing to a low-carbon way of traveling to #EAIE2024 in Toulouse. We will calculate the overall CO2 savings made by this community.

  3. Find and connect with your travel companions!
    Find out who’s traveling on the same route; get to know new colleagues before you leave; and use your travel time to network and make friends. Check out our #TravelwithCANIE Linkedin Group and start making meaningful connections:

  4. Let people know that you are a non-flying green traveler!
    Shout it out loud and clear on social media share pics and videos, and use the hashtags #TravelwithCANIE #EAIEgreengoals #lowcarbon.

  5. Collect your “I Travelled Green” pin at the conference (stop by at the EAIE stand) and use every opportunity you have to share your journey and why you chose to travel as part of the #TravelwithCANIE initiative.

2023 Traveler Testimonials

Perks of Participation


Following the conference, we will provide participants of the #TravelWithCANIE initiative with a certificate outlining their contribution in reducing emissions to the total emissions reduction achieved as part of the conference. Share and encourage your colleagues to #TravelWithCANIE for their next event!

Every person who commits to reducing the CO2 emitted helps us get closer to the target. Help us reduce the emissions, one tonne at a time!

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Plan Your Trip

Make the most out of your conference by starting your networking experience…while traveling! 

Need useful websites to book the tickets?

These websites may help you book your train trip to Toulouse:

  • SNCF: The international website of the French national railway company
  • Eurostar: The website for trains connecting the UK to France, Belgium and the Netherlands
  • Deutsche Bahn: The international website of the German national railway company
  • Renfe: The international website of the Spanish national railway company
  • Trenitalia: The international website of the Italian national railway company
  • The Man in seat 61: A website with advice for train travelers in the UK, Europe, and the rest of the world, including itineraries and links to booking sites
  • Trainline.com: A UK-based site used to find international rail tickets
  • Tisseo Toulouse: The travel planner for the metropolitan transport system in Toulouse.

*CANIE is not affiliated with any of these companies or platforms, they are suggestions that have been checked and tested by CANIE members and other international educators. Please feel free to suggest others that you think would be useful for other #TravelwithCANIE community members

How to calculate your emissions

Now that you have committed to being part of the #TravelwithCANIE initiative, are you curious to know how much CO2 have you helped save by making a sustainable travel choice? 

Follow the instructions on this CO2 calculator to find out!

Travel and Climate's Emissions Calculator

Interested in learning more about Carbon emission calculators and which ones we should be using in International Education? Read this great article from Professor Stephen Robinson to learn more.


#TravelwithCANIE Podcasts

Season 2, Episode 1

Our responsibility as international educators

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Season 2, Episode 2

Traveling Sustainably with Colleagues with Mariëlle van Es

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Season 2, Episode 3

The Pros and Cons of Train Travel featuring EAIE President, Piet van Hove

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*Please consider the values generated by Travel and Climate's carbon calculator as estimates of the carbon emitted by various forms of travel. For the purposes of estimating carbon savings by switching your mode of travel to conferences, this calculator is considered sufficient. There are specific carbon calculators for each mode of travel that may be more detailed and robust, but for our current purposes, this calculator provides the convenience of all modes of transport in one place.*
Photo of Toulouse by Gaspartacus on Pixabay.