june, 2024

fri14jun14:00fri14:45Sustainable mobility and climate-neutral cities by 2030How will Copenhagen and other Nordic cities reduce their transport emissions by 2030?14:00 - 14:45

Event Details

Copenhagen and other Nordic cities, like cities all over the world, are struggling to reduce emissions from the mobility and transport sector. In a time of noticeable climate change and wild weather events, the need for cross-border solutions seems more necessary than ever.

In the Øresund region, Copenhagen, Malmö, Helsingborg and Lund are all part of the EU’s ambitious “100 climate-neutral and smart cities by 2030” mission, which is meant to show the way for the rest of Europe’s cities. But 2030 is approaching as fast as climate change, and if our cities are to transform their mobility and transport systems at lightning speed, much more collaboration is needed, between cities as well as between public and private actors.

In a big year for Danish transport and climate policy, where the Transport Ministry’s Expert Committee on Collective Mobility looks to success stories from Skåne and the time seems right for action, join us for a panel debate about the climate-neutral cities of the future.

Panel speakers:

  • Moderator: Anders Bengtsson
  • Anna Engblom, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Advisor Infrastructure, Greater Copenhagen
  • Astrid Bruus Thomsen, Head of Programme, Realdania
  • Daria Krivonos, CEO, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies
  • Jesper Kronborg, Director, Dansk Ehrverv Transport
  • Lasse Schelde, Chief Consultant for green mobility, IDA

When: 14.00 on Friday 14 June
Where: Folkets Debattelt in Allinge
Language: Danish and Swedish

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(Friday) 14:00 - 14:45




EIT Urban Mobility