The Prague Office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, together with its partners IPR (Prague Institute of Planning and Development) and CDE (Centre for Transport and Energy), kindly invite you to the conference “The Future of Sustainable Urban Mobility”, which will take place on 19 September 2019 in the Centre for Architecture and Metropolitan Planning (CAMP).
The capacity is limited; please register till 17 September using this form.
Current programme version:
Panel 1 (9:30-11:00) Smart and sustainable cities (CZ/EN)
How can cities and its citizens/organizations use increasing digitalisation for the purposes of sustainable mobility? How to ensure that “smart” solutions are ecologically sustainable?
David Bárta, city one, Czech Republic
Sylva Švihelová, transport development specialist, City of Prague, Czech Republic
Panel 2 (11:30-13:00) Climate-friendly & flexible cities. Focused on public transport (CZ/ DE)
How to develop a win-win scenario for fewer transport-related carbon emissions in the cities of (Central) Europe? What role does/can urban mobility (and its planning) play in lowering carbon emissions from transport?
Stephan Rausch, Head of the Public Transport Department, Leipzig , Germany
Stephan Kühn, MP, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, Germany
Panel 3 (14:30 – 16:00) "Good mobility for all" (CZ/EN)
How can we ensure that mobility needs, rights and security of all citizens for a healthy & functioning city are addressed? How should cities cope with potential conflicting interests? How can a public dialogue be easily established, how do we include various gender/social groups into the dialogue?
Milota Sidorová, urbanist, Slovakia
Lenka Myšáková, “Do práce na kole” Campaign Coordinator, Auto*Mat, Czech Republic
Jaroslav Martinek, Dobrá města, Czech Republic
Public discussion (19:00 – 20:30) Trains through cities (CZ/DE)
For this event, please register separately @ https://1url.cz/@VlakemSkrzNaskrz
Stephan Rausch, Head of the Public Transport Department, Leipzig
Lukáš Tittl, expert on transport development, Prague Institute of Planning and Development)
Moderator: Nikita Poljakov, Deputy Editor-in-chief, Hospodářské noviny, Czech Republic
For further information, please contact the Klára Bulanotvá, the Ecology Programme Coordinator of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Prague, email@example.com