A large number of participants from European countries met in Amsterdam on October 4th, to attend the launch of the first edition of The Mobility Sphere Forum: Decarbonized mobility, mobility for all: transforming the way we move.
The Mobility Sphere by Transdev is a European think tank that explores the future of #mobility. It aims to reveal the new paradigm for mobility in 2050, by bringing together experts from across Europe.
Over the past few months, the think tank has been mapping out the 50 issues that will shape mobility in 2050. Experts, practitioners and public decision-makers provided insights into these long-term challenges which were the subject of insightful discussions during the Forum.
The conference was introduced by Antoine Grange, CEO Europe of Transdev and featured two panels, moderated by François Gemenne, IPCC member, Professor at HEC Paris and Sciences Po, Scientific Advisor to The Mobility Sphere and two keynotes by experts.
The conference replay is available below :
Panel 1 – Desirable and decarbonized mobility: How to anticipate and adapt to uses?
- Karima Delli, Member of the European Parliament, Chair of the Committee on Transport and Tourism (EU)
- Katarína Cséfalvayová, Director of the Institute for Central Europe & Executive Lead of the Danube Tech Valley Initiative, Former Member of Parliament (Slovakia)
- Zeina Nazer, Co-Founder of Cities Forum (United Kingdom)
Panel 2 – Desirable mobility for all: How to foster an inclusive shift towards decarbonization
- Charlotte Halpern, Researcher at Sciences Po’s Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics (France)
- Madeleine Masse, Architect Urban Planner, Founding President of Atelier SOIL (France)
- Brian Caulfield, Professor in transportation and Head of Department at Trinity College Dublin, Expert to the National Transport Authorithy (Ireland)
- Elke Van den Brandt, Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Mobility, Public Works and Road Safety (Belgium)
- Samah Karaki, Neuroscientist – Transitioning towards Sustainable Mobility: Cognitive Biases and the Impact of Social
- François Gemenne, IPCC member, Scientific Advisor to The Mobility Sphere: Shaping tomorrow’s Perspectives
Please save the date for our next Forum that will take place in Brussels on March 28th 2024.