Leonard Röser

Initiator & Co-Founder of Schau aufs Land. Our scientist who wants to bring more sustainability into the world.

Appreciative camping

Price adjustment & innovations for the 2022 season

Since our launch in spring 2020, we have done a lot and have many ideas and great implementations on our list for the future. However, we also have to be consciously aware of being sustainably economical. Unfortunately, we need to make a small price adjustment this year. The price for the annual subscription will therefore be € 39.90 from April 2022.

Van Days 2021

The Van Days 2021 - a really special motorhome meeting

The Van Days 2021 - a really special motorhome meeting Leonard Röser 3 September 2021 A great motorhome event in Austria! We were there again at this year's Van Days at the Grottenhof in Leibnitz and we had an incredible amount of fun again. First of all, for all those who don't know the Van Days: The Van Days are a ...

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1 year of Schau aufs Land - what do our partner farms say?

1 year Schau aufs Land - what do our partner farms say? Leonard Röser 24 June 2021 It has actually been over a year since we first went online with our platform and the first members visited our partner farms! Looking back, it is unbelievable for us where we are today - one year later. An ...

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Private camper sharing - part of the sharing economy

Private camper sharing - part of the sharing economy Leonard Röser 22 June 2021 Sharing economy Sharing economy, collaborative consumption, share economy, sharing economy, there are many terms, but so far no universal definition. However, the focus is usually on the benefit of something that one otherwise cannot afford or does not want to afford. It is ...

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Sustainable travel with the motorhome

Sustainable travel with a motorhome, is that even possible?

Schau aufs Land stands for sustainable camping travel. We very often get the question "sustainable travel with a motorhome, what is sustainable about that?". This is a good and important question, and I would like to address it in this blog post.

"Every known form of mobility inevitably causes environmental pollution. Only the extent of the burden can be changed".

CO2 compensation when travelling

CO² compensation when travelling

CO2 offsetting, also known as climate compensation, is a way of compensating for currently emitted greenhouse gas emissions. However, this does not mean that the greenhouse gas emissions already produced in our atmosphere will disappear, but that they will be saved in the future through climate protection measures or projects.

One thing first, we are producing far too many CO2 emissions per capita in Austria - and in Europe in general - and are thus steadily driving climate change. If we do not change anything, we will not reach the urgent reduction targets confirmed by science, which will lead to catastrophic changes on our planet.

Solidarity farming

Solidarity Farming (SoLaWi)

In this blog post, we would like to introduce you to another ingenious sustainable concept that we can only warmly recommend. And that is Solidarity Farming.

It is about solidarity and community and, of course, about agriculture. The concept originated in Japan in the 1960s. It has now been practised in Austria for almost 10 years. But what exactly is behind it?

Van Days 2020

Camper & Vanlife Meeting 2020 with Show on the Land

The second best thing next to travelling with a camper is meeting and exchanging ideas with like-minded people. That's why we will be in Austria this year with our campers and with Schau aufs Land at two Camper & Vanlife meetings and would be delighted to meet some of you there in person.

In this blog post, we would like to briefly introduce the two events to you: The Van Days and the Camper Van Summit Meeting.

Sustainable in Graz

Info pages for a more sustainable lifestyle

More and more people are realising how important and actually inevitable it is to live more sustainably now and in the future. As a result, more and more people are looking for ways to consume and live more sustainably. But where can I actually find fair fashion, where can I shop without packaging or have my broken things repaired? Where and when is there a zero-waste workshop or a lecture on sustainable travel?

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