The EU Tech Chamber (EUTECH)’s Environment Alliance had a very interesting webinar on the topic “Green Tech Mobility.”
Within today’s session, we talked about how the mobility issues are rapidly growing to the point that cities are now beginning to take center stage as a major obstacle to sustainable economic development. Fast urbanization has led to levels of congestion and pollution that severely impair the economic prospects of cities and the health and wellbeing of the people that live in them. In addition, transportation is the major contributor to global climate change, particularly greenhouse gas emissions, meaning that it is the prime target for reducing air pollution and obtaining a sustainable environment.
Promoted by The EU Tech Chamber and the Environment Alliance, today’s Digital Talk aimed to analyze how urban planners worldwide continually attempt to support sustainable transport, especially in developing countries. Green mobility is a way to achieve sustainable cities, and cities need efficient and affordable solutions to prevent traffic jams, improve urban environmental degradation, and reduce CO2 emissions.
Moreover, we took a closer look at how the future of mobility is being fuelled by technology-driven disruptive solutions.
Biggest thanks to our two keynote speakers Alexander Lewis-Jones and Damani Thomas for your informed insights and reflections on these crucial topic, to our panelists, Francisco Martínez Hernández and Heinz Sturm for today’s day and age. We are looking forward to continuing this conversation in our Digital talks.
Thank you to María Alejandra Pulido Pulido Director of the Environment Alliance, for the moderation and the Welcome Speech, and Marcin Kiełt Kielt, Director of Climate Action Alliance for the instructive EUTECH’s introduction.
The most of all, sincere thanks to all our attendees – your comment, compliments and questions – Stay tuned for our next Environment Alliance Panel on June 24th, about “Sustainability and Social Impact.”