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 LOWCAP

Wednesday 21 March

08:15 - Registration 


9:00: Opening - Welcome by:

  • City of Bremen – Senator Dr.Joachim Lohse, Senator for Environment, Construction and Transport
  • North Sea Region Programme Secretariat– Carsten Westerholt, Unit Manager
  • Short introduction to CARE-North – Michael Glotz-Richter, Senior Advisor, Senate Department for Environment, Construction and Transport
    [Presentation]

9:30-12:30: II. Framework Setting: post fossil fuel, low carbon, sustainable? Rio+20 and the global challenge of transport

Facilitator - Michael Glotz-Richter, Senate Department for Environment, Construction and Transport

  • Urban Transport from a global perspective – Prof. Jeff Kenworthy, Professor in Sustainable Cities, Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute (CUSP), Perth / Mercator Guest Professor, Goethe University, Frankfurt
    [Presentation]

  • Transport and CO2 emissions where is the problem? – Dr. Karl-Otto Schallaböck, Wuppertal-Institute, Co-Director Research Group on Future Energy and Mobility Structures
    [Presentation]

10:40-11:10: Coffee Break

  • Building the Intelligent City: The Future of Urban Transport  – Florian Lennert, Director Intelligent City - Innovation Center for Mobility and Societal Change (InnoZ), Berlin
    [Presentation]

  • How to bring trends and necessities together in the field of transport? – Prof. John Whitelegg, Lancaster University and Stockholm Institute
    [Presentation]

12:30-13:45: Lunch Break


13.45–15:30: Afternoon Parallel Sessions: Challenges and Solutions

A. The role of alternative fuels, propulsion and electric cars - big potential or placebo? B. A new mobility culture: use it, don't own it! Car-sharing C. Walking, cycling, collective transport - affordable and appealing?

Speakers:

-Anette Thorén
City of Gothenburg
[Presentation]

-Dr. Ing. Gerald Rausch
Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials in Bremen
[Presentation]

-Pier Tiedema
Province of Fryslân

[Presentation]

Expert: Prof. John Whitelegg Stockholm Institute of the Environment, York University, UK 

Facilitator:  
Wolfgang Teubner

ICLEI- Local Government for sustainability

Speakers:

-Hendrik Koch
City of Bremen
[Presentation]

-Björn Wickenberg
City of Malmö
[Presentation]

-Louise Napier Aberdeen City Council
[Presentation]



Expert: Willi Loose Managing Director National Federation of Car-sharing Organisations (bcs), Germany
[Presentation]

Facilitator:
Ania Rok
ICLEI- Local Government for sustainability

Speakers:

-Prof. Richard Laing and Prof. David Gray
Robert-Gordon University
[Presentation]


-
Giles Nightingale METRO
[Presentation]

-Michael Glotz-Richter
City of Bremen
[Presentation]

Expert: Prof. Jeff Kenworthy Goethe University, Frankfurt


Facilitator:

Holger Robrecht
ICLEI- Local Government for sustainability


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15:30-16:00: Coffee Break


16:00-17:30: Panel Debate “Our Message for Rio+20”

  • Input from Parallel Sessions
  • Our message for Rio+20 - a summary

Facilitator:
Bonnie Fenton, Sustainable Mobility Expert

Panellist:

  • Dr. Rita Kellner-Stoll , Head of Department / Senator for Environment, Construction and Transport Bremen
  • Wolfgang Teubner ICLEI- Local Governments for Sustainability
  • Carsten Westerholt, Unit Manager, North Sea Region Programme Secretariat
  • John Corall, Councillor and Vice Convenor of the Enterprise, Planning and Infrastructure Committee, Aberdeen

Conclusion of the day by Michael Glotz-Richter, Senior Advisor, Senate Department for Environment, Construction and Transport [Presentation]

 

 

 


19:30: Reception Dinner

 Dr. Joachim Lohse, Senator for Environment, Construction and Transport welcomed participants to the Ratskeller (Am Markt 21), the evocative basement of the City Hall.

UNESCO pronounced this wonderful gothic building a world cultural heritage site, where, for more than 600 years, the people of Bremen have shaped the politics of the oldest city republic in Europe.

 

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