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  1. EMU article
    31 May 2012

    CEMOBIL- The e-mobility project

    With the project “CEMOBIL”, Klagenfurt, the capital city of Carinthia, is an urban showpiece and a role model for e-mobility. Klagenfurt implements a bundle of measures and vehicles and creates a network of...

  2. EMU article
    31 October 2014

    Helping cities buy cleaner vehicles

    The sound is familiar to urban-dwelling Europeans. The piercing wail of the siren, the roar of the engine, as the emergency vehicle – be it police car, ambulance, or fire truck – races past. Emergency...

  3. EMU article
    25 August 2015

    Paris COP21 – the transport sector’s role in helping combat climate change

    This December government representatives from around the world will meet in Paris for the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC. Known as COP21, the conference is crucial to finally...

  4. EMU article
    31 August 2012

    The BIOMASTER Project which aims to engage with people and processes to enable a significant breakthrough in the...

    Between 118 and 138 million tonnes of bio-waste are produced every year in the European Union. This includes about 88 million tonnes is municipal waste which is projected to increase by about 10% by 2020....

  5. EMU article
    29 October 2013

    Urban Mobility and Climate Change

    www.mobilityplans.eu.   * http://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/transport/vehicles/index_en.htm ** ... http://ec.europa.eu/transport/themes/strategies/2011_white_paper_en.htm *** http://ec.europa.eu/transport...

  6. EMU article
    30 September 2012

    “TAPAS- Transportation, Air pollution and Physical Activities: How to benefit from active transport?

    Active transport offers an effective alternative to the harmful health effects of sedentary lifestyles. The benefits of active transport are currently being evaluated by the TAPAS project, a multinational...