We have arrived!

We have arrived

My name is Kevin Malmborg, I’m 20 years old and I study environmental science at Malmö University. Environmental issues were not always of interest to me however with time I came to realize the importance of global engagement and responsibility.

I’m in my little brown hotel room (brown carpets, furniture, bed, wall and kettle, everything is in some shade of brown) ready for the INU 2013 summer school on global environmental sustainability.

Through my window I can see the tree covered hills hidden behind huge monotone concrete blocks surrounded by heavily corroded fences, gates and light posts. Japan is a humid country therefore the steel skeleton of which our unsustainable society is made of quickly rusts; the rust however is a quiet pleasant red-brown color, better than my hotel room.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s…

…sadly not, though my company (Linnea) was much more good-looking than Audrey Hepburn. The food was interesting, a mix of the western styled breakfast; white bread, white buns accompanied with some strawberry jam, and the Japanese mash of ingredients colors textures and flavours.

Today we are heading out for Hiroshima; it’s time for some sightseeing,

Sayonara!

Kevin & Linnea from the INU Summer School in Japan

Hiroshima-City-Map(Map of Hiroshima City)