SmartEnCity Network Webinar 5: Low Carbon Mobility
Create a Low Carbon Mobility system in your city to improve the livability and to support your integrated transition towards a smart zero carbon city. Learn about the future role of city mobility systems, and learn from best practice examples from Denmark and Spain.
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This webinar explains the future role of transport systems and Low Carbon Mobility in the city, as part for an integrated city transition. City transition from fossil fuel based mobility systems towards sustainable solutions still constitute a major barrier in most places, and will attract more focus and investments in the future. Considerations about city livability and future integration potentials can increase the value of these investments in cities’ journey towards smart zero carbon cities.
Best practice actions for transition of city mobility systems are presented from two of the Lighthouse Cities in the EU SmartEnCity project Sonderborg (Denmark) and Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain), also explaining how mobility have become key in their city transitions, and what their results and learnings have been. In the webinar the participant will learn:
- About the role of Low Carbon Mobility systems in future energy systems of the cities
- About how to approach city transition from a fossil fuel based mobility system to sustainable solutions
- About other cities’ strategies, learnings and results from concrete mobility actions
Brian Vad Mathiesen is Professor in Sustainable Energy Planning at Aalborg University in Denmark. He has over 10 years’ experience in renewable energy analysis and planning, including research about the role of future mobility systems.
Kurt Prehn is Assistant Project Manager for Sustainable Transportation at Sonderborg Municipality with transport services and public transport as main working areas, he is involved in the transition of Sonderborg’s mobility system towards Low Carbon Mobility.Peter Rathje is CEO at ProjectZero in Sonderborg and has been involved in the development of Sonderborg’s mobility strategy, from both systemic and user perspectives.
Aitor Albaina Vivanco is PhD in Ecology and working with Sustainable Development strategies (including Low Carbon Mobility) in Vitoria-Gasteiz as Environmental technician at the Environmental Studies Centre (Centro de Estudios Ambientales; CEA), part of the Vitoria-Gasteiz City Council.