Accelerating transitions to zero-carbon sustainable urban mobility systems

Online training course for policymakers, practitioners, entrepreneurs, activists and NGOs on how to make the mobility sector carbon-neutral

Project Description

  • Academy
  • 31 January 2022
  • 31 December 2022
  • University College London (UCL)
  • €119 451

This four-week Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) focusing on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transport and transition to a more environmentally sustainable urban mobility future, will improve the knowledge of current professionals.

Conducted by transport and urban planning experts from the University College London and International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) Europe, topics covered include mobility planning and policy, innovation in the sector, and how to accelerate the transition to a carbon-neutral urban mobility city. 

Through videos, articles, podcasts, and discussions with leading academics, experts, policymakers and practitioners, the course will examine key conceptual and practical issues related to urban mobility transition pathways.

Professionals, practitioners, government officials, NGOs, pressure groups, private sector innovators and environmental groups working at the local level and across policy sectors and students interested in environment and transport will find the course useful.  


Increasing the pool of skilled professionals to lead and manage the transition to carbon-neutrality in cities.

Main Objective

To re- and upskill practitioners, planners, policymakers and innovators working in the transport and urban sectors to accelerate the transition toward carbon-neutral cities.  Participants will be able to apply practical and replicable tools and methods.


Design and delivery of an online course for current professionals in the transport and urban mobility sectors.



Project lead

Clemence Cavoli
University College London