Covenant of Mayors Office
63-67 Rue d’Arlon
Cities are shaped by their transport systems, which need robust and competitive smart energy networks in order to be sustainable. Moreover, sustainable transport policies have a great impact at the local level and in many cases are actually driven by local policy actions. While the decisions taken at the European level will be in place for years to come, the actions that cities are taking today can dramatically impact the global outlook for the future of a sustainable planet and the international climate agreement’s 2020 stocktaking milestone.
Questions to be addressed will include:
- How can cities put in place intelligent mobility solutions, both public and private? What can be done before 2020?
- How can these projects be financed for a sustainable future?
- Which cities are leading the way? How can global cities learn from each other and share good practices?
- Are the innovations already available or do we need to reinvent the wheel?
- What can Europe gain at the local level in moving people and goods more sustainably?
Organiser: Global Covenant of Mayors Office & POLITICO
Location details: Residence Palace
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