This month we highlight the winners of the Road Safety Charter Awards 2021, and the latest translations of the guidelines for developing and implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP), and the associated decision-makers’ summaries.
EU missions, launched by the European Commission on 29 September 2021, are a new and innovative way to work together and improve the lives of people in Europe and beyond. EU missions aim to tackle big challenges in health, climate and the environment, and to achieve ambitious and inspiring goals in these areas by 2030.
Registration is now open for the second edition of European Hydrogen Week, which will take place 29 November to 3 December 2021.
The week-long summit will bring together stakeholders from industry, research, academia, and government to discuss the main issues that shape clean hydrogen technologies in Europe and beyond. Hydrogen Week this year will be a hybrid event at The Hotel, Brussels and online, with more than 5000 participants expected to join online from Europe and beyond.
Save the date to join ECOMM 2022 in Turku, Finland on 31 May-2 June 2022 and be inspired by sustainable mobility!
The theme covers a wide range of topics from mobility management to traffic data and the new use of urban space. The call for the conference presentations is open until 3 December 2021 and welcomes inspiring presentations that focus on reaching the ambitions climate mitigation goals and enable the sustainable modal shift in practice.
The URBACT European Territorial Cooperation programme aims to foster sustainable integrated urban development in cities across Europe. It is an instrument of the Cohesion Policy, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, the 28 Member States, Norway & Switzerland. URBACT’s mission is to enable cities to work together to develop integrated solutions to common urban challenges, through networking, shared learning and identifying good practice.