Information published on 4 February 2020 in the UIC electronic newsletter "UIC eNews" Nr 677.

Conference on “Low carbon mobility: making modal shift desirable” to be held on 13 February 2020 in Brussels

  • Sustainable development
  • Mobility
  • Modal Shift
  • Multimodality
  • Promoting
  • Railway Conference

Register here:
https://uic.org/events/low-carbon-mobility-making-modal-shift-desirable

As evidenced by the recent forest fires in Australia, climate is still an issue that needs to be addressed. At EU level, plans to tackle this issue have taken the form of measures recently set out in the Green Deal Investment Plan. At international level, the Climate Change Conference in Madrid made it clear to everyone that although discussion matters, more needs to be done and that the time has come to act.
The railway sector is currently considering ways to solve this issue through innovative solutions.

UIC actively promotes at international level a multimodal vision shared with public transport and supply chain stakeholders.
Based on its members’ expertise, UIC is developing the technical enablers to transform this concept into reality. In order to share the initiatives already taken and to find the ways to make modal shift desirable, UIC is pleased to invite you to a one-day conference on 13 February 2020 in Brussels. It will also be an occasion rediscover an unexpected advantage inherent to railway, the virtue of frugality.

Programme

09:00-09:30 Registration

09:30 Opening
François Davenne, Director General of UIC

09:40-11:00 Keynote Speakers
09:40 Francesco Dionori, Chief of Transport Networks & Logistics Section, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
10:00 Umberto Guida, Senior Director for Knowledge & Innovation, UITP
10:20 Bernard Soulage, Expert in Urban Planning
10:40 Karen Vancluysen, Secretary General, POLIS

11:00 – 11:15 – Networking Coffee Break

11:15-13:15 Round table 1
Moving towards low carbon mobility: the initiatives already taken

11:10 Omi Iryo, Deputy General Manager of Corporate Planning Headquarters, JR East
11:35 Mohamed Rabie Khlie, Director General of Moroccan Railways (ONCF)
12:05 Thomas Möhring, Policy advisor Environment & Sustainability & Eva Dijkema (ProRail)
12:30 Paul Hegge, Director Public Affairs & CSR, Lineas, Vision “30 by 2030”
12:55 Discussion and Q&A with the audience

13:15-14:15 Lunch break

14:15-16:15 Round table 2
How to make modal shift desirable: Rediscovering the virtue of frugality

14:15 Bertrand Minary, Chief Innovation & Digital Officer Rail Freight & Multimodal Division, Fret SNCF
14:40 Enrico Stefàno, President of the Committee for Mobility of the City Council of Rome
15:05 Dr Stefan Tobias, Head of Economics and Tax Policy, CER
15:30 Laurent Castaignède, BCO2 Ingénierie
15:55 Discussion and Q&A with the audience

16:20 Conclusions and closing
François Davenne, Director General of UIC

Networking Coffee Break

For further information please contact Barbara Mouchel, Senior Communications Advisor:

mouchel@uic.org

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