Regentschapsstraat 39 Rue de la Régence
How Can We Have Zero-Emission Mobility Fit For the Younger Generations?
Climate change is a real threat to our future, and it will be the younger generations that will have to bear the impact of its disastrous consequences if we don’t act today.
They have the greatest stakes in the success of achieving a zero emission society, which must include sustainable transport which currently can only be guaranteed through the mass uptake of electromobility.
For this reason, it is of fundamental importance that the youth of today are involved in the development of new societal models that will help prepare for this. Our event will engage industry, policymakers and representatives of the younger generations on how to successfully implement this change at the municipal, regional, and international levels.
13.40 – Opening of Registration
14.00 – Luuk Blom, Deputy Secretary-General, Benelux Secretariat – Welcome words
14.05 – Keynote: Clara de la Torre, Deputy Director-General of DG CLIMA, European Commission
14.20 – The Smart Cities/Regions of Tomorrow
Our panelists will be joined by students committed to a sustainable future to exchange views with them about zero-emission transport at local/regional level.
- Anders Wall, Chief International Officer, Green Mobility
- Athanasios Moysiadis, EU Public Policy, Uber
- Bart Jacobs, Key Account Manager Belgium Luxembourg, New Motion
- Ghislaine Huizinga, Advisor Air Quality, City of Amsterdam
Moderator: Jayson Dong, Policy Manager, AVERE
15:30 – Coffee Break
15:50 – Transport in the EU’s Long-term Climate Plans
Our panelists will be joined by students committed to a sustainable future to exchange views with them about zero-emission transport at EU level.
- Cathy Macharis , Professor of Mobility and Logistics, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), VUB
- Mark Preston, Policy Officer, Bellona
Moderator: Philippe Vangeel, Secretary General, AVERE
17.05 – Closing Remarks – Name tbc
17.15 – Networking Reception
18.00 – End of Event