Michael Glotz-Richter from the Bremen CARE-North team is invited to speak in Tübingen on the 5th March about urban renewal, climate protection and mobility. He will focus on the further development of the CARE-North implementation in Bremen, the so called mobil.punkte (intermodal stations for car-sharing http://www.mobilpunkt.info/start_englisch.html ) - the newly developed mobil.pünktchen.
Participation is free, but registration required at email@example.com
The event will be hold in German, unfortunately no translation is planned at this time.
True transnational knowlegde transfer is a success story within CARE-North.
The Aberdeen City Council has accomplished many elements of work including the set up for the Car Club launch in April this year. To learn more about the rapid development since then, read the latest news on carplus.org.uk.
Two Professors from Robert Gordon University (RGU) today (Friday, 7 September) announced the winners of their sustainable transport of the future poster competition. Overall winner, Zoe Fong (7), who is in primary three at Hanover Street Primary School in Aberdeen impressed judges with her ideas about how we could change the way we travel in the future.
21 brave men and women met on Tuesday (19th June 2012) morning at the Bremerhaven main station to testify belonging to the tough guys! This was one of the study tours of the Joint Annual Conference 18-20 June 2012, Bremerhaven www.northsearegion.eu/ivb/news/show/&tid=460
Group picture with tough guys. Departure in Bremerhaven at 8.02am, arrival in Bremen at 8.51am.
RGU Professor to present sustainable urban policy findings at Houston’s World Energy Cities Academic Partnership conference
Professor Richard Laing, from Robert Gordon University (RGU) represented Aberdeen on Monday, April 30th, 2012 in Houston, Texas for a two day conference - The World Energy Cities Partnership (WECP).
Professor Richard Laing (Robert-Gordon University Aberdeen), Professor Oluf Langhelle (University of Stavanger), Professor Joe Pratt (University of Houston), Professor Gunnar Nerheim (University of Stavanger)
The current discussion about electric mobility mostly covers individual car ownage and usage.
Electric driven trains and trams do exist for more than 100 years in Germany.
The goal of the German master plan electric mobility is to have at least one million electric driven vehicles on the streets by 2020. Neighboring EU countries also invest in electric mobility, as well this is an important aspect of the CARE-North partner exchange on expericence.
This movie (only available in German, sorry!) shows how already by today the implementation of intelligent, integrated transport schemes, it is possible to reduce congestion, air pollution and used space for traffic - by providing smart travel solutions to existing public transport offers, eg. Car-sharing.
As Bremen is a showcase for Car-Sharing (see also www.care-north.eu/event/second-workshop-in-shanghai-sustainable-urban-transportexpo2010#node-110 for more information on Bremen Car-Sharing presentation on Shanghai EXPO2010 last year), Michael Glotz-Richter was interviewed for this short movie as well!
Movie by VDV, www.mobi-wissen.de/begriff/elektromobilitat