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No Elevators Day 2017 Infographic

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NO ELEVATORS DAY 2017

#NowWeTakeTheStairs

UNIVERSAL AND FREE

ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE

EASY TO IMPLEMENT EVERYWHERE

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EUROPE, get ready!

26 APRIL 2017

No Elevators Day is a pan-European initiative part of NowWeMOVE campaign that the International Sports and Culture Association (ISCA) started in 2015. Promoting the usage of stairs instead of elevators on an everyday basis, we encourage to seal the elevators and escalators in office buildings, shopping centres, apartment blocks, car parks, universities, and other public and private buildings and choose the stairs instead.

INTRODUCTION

LEARN MORE

http://no-elevators-day.nowwemove.com/

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60 CITIES

21 COUNTRIES

FACTS AND FIGURES

300 000+ participants

2/3 of the adult population in Europe does not reach recommended levels of physical activity. 600 000 deaths in Europe per year are attributed to physical inactivity. 80 billion euros per year are the direct (health care) and indirect costs of physical inactivity in Europe.

Be an ambassador for the No Elevators Day by organising special actions around elevators and escalators in your community!

Stick funny motivational messages on elevator doors or entries to escalators. Feel free to use our library of motivational messages at the bottom of this page. Position volunteers next to elevators and escalators, where they can hand out information on the benefits of climbing the stairs and ask people to take the stairs instead of the elevators. Motivate your friends, family, colleagues and community members to join No Elevators Day by taking the stairs. Share our motivational messages through your social media channels to motivate more people to take the stairs.

#NoElevatorsDay2017

#NED GOES to #BRUSSELS

BOYCOTT THE ELEVATORS!

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

26 - APRIL - 2017

Did you know?

Walking up the stairs burns two to three times more calories than walking.

ISCA will go to the European Parliament to encourage the MEPs and other officials to take the stairs, too. The initiative has already been supported by the Latvian Presidency secretariat in Brussels and in Riga, by the Belgian Ministry of Finance, by the Danish and Maltese Parliaments, Green 10 member organisation, Transport and Environment, and by BASE Company – all based in Brussels.

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