COP 23: UEMI Side-Event at the UN Climate Conference in Bonn
The Urban Electric Mobility Initiative and the FUTURE RADAR project will organise a session at this year´s Climate Conference (COP 23) focusing on local action and discussing key areas for international cooperation. The event will take place on 16 November at the Talanoa Space from 13.00 - 14.00.
DIW Berlin: Berlin Seminar on Energy and Climate Policy
Closing the gap between research and action: Zero carbon transport is achievable but there is not much sign of delivery
A discussion with John Whitelegg (John Moores University) and Oliver Lah (UEMI) on 8 November 2017 on pathways towards sustainable transport and the role of technology at the German Institute for Economic Research.
UEMI at the G-STIC 2017 conference
The Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) organises the Work Stream on Urban Electric Mobility at this year´s Global Science, Technology & Innovation Conference (G-STIC 2017) with inputs from cities and partners presenting work carried out under the FUTURE RADAR project and the SOLUTIONS partnership. more...
Training event in Berlin
A training event was organised from 16 to 20 October 2017 to showcase sustainable urban development and mobility solutions, to discuss the steps towards implementation, work on pilot project concepts and identify finance and policy options.
With cities from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America we worked on implementation concepts for sustainable urban mobility on the 18th and 19th of October. Supported by the EU-funded FUTURE RADAR project, the training session will address key challenges and opportunities for sustainable urban mobility, showcase innovative urban mobility solutions that are readily available for take-up and present governance and finance solutions.
UEMI Position Paper on Opportunities and Priorities for Electric Mobility
Electric mobility in all forms has the potential to make an important contribution a low-carbon development pathway for transport. To ensure e-mobility solutions are properly integrated in a wider sustainable development concept, the Urban Electric Mobility Initiative (UEMI) aims to assist cities in developing and implementing packages of policies in infrastructure. The UEMI position paper explores some of the opportunities and priorities for urban electric mobility as part of an integrated sustainable urban mobility concept.
Registration for eLearning courses opens soon
The next round of online courses on sustainable mobility will start soon. The registration for the upcoming course on urban electric mobility will soon be open under: https://www.mobility-academy.eu
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