09.30 - 10.15
10.15 - 10.3O
10.30 - 11.30
11.30 - 11.50
11.50 - 12.45
12.45 - 14.00
14.00 - 16.45
16.45 - 18.00
Welcome and introduction
(William Bontes, CFO RET & Jeanette Baljeu, Aldermen for harbour, transport and regional economy in Rotterdam)
Presentations and insights
(Keynote speaker Prof.dr.ir. Jan Rotmans)
Plenary session about results and added value of the project
(STIB: Jean-Luc de Wilde, project manager; RATP: CO2 footprinting in public transport; TfGM: CO2 reduction with help of local governments, market actors and policy makers)
Plenary conclusion, drinks, finger-food and networking
Invitation Rotterdam Details
Workshop 1 | Footprint ready, now improve stakeholder involvement!
To tackle the problem of global warming, public transport is willing to contribute to more low-carbon mobility. The sector is already helping to lower the carbon emissions in cities. However, cooperation with internal and external stakeholders is necessary to achieve additional results. How can this be done? Which trends are seen in urban mobility? What can be recommended for low carbon (green) mobility? What role can public transport play in all of this?
This intensive co-creation session will take the whole afternoon. With trends provided by an expert and with the presentation of results by the end of the day.
Workshop 2 | CO2 footprint: the making of
How to make a footprint? What models are available, which scope, data and emission factors are useful? What kind of results and recommendations appear?
Workshop 3 | EU funding for low carbon mobility
Supporting investments for energy efficiency has a lot to do with finding funds. These funds are available on EU-level and national or local level. How can EU-funds encourage energy efficiency? What can be the contribution of local and regional governments?
Workshop 4 | Green procurement process and working with subcontractors
A workshop where green procurement is the main topic. What is the aim of the ‘CO2-performance ladder’? How can public transport companies use these guidelines for procurement? What are the challenges and constraints for suppliers? Best practises are discussed, next to the great challenges of green procurement in times of crisis.
Workshop 5 | From pilot to business as usual
EU, governmental and regional funds are provided to pilot projects so they can reach a phase of maturity and become business as usual. Using examples from the Rotterdam Climate Initiative (using heat from industrial plants to warm houses), the Ticket to Kyoto partners (energy production and energy efficiency investments in public transport) and experiences with hybrid buses in Rotterdam we will discuss the possibilities and challenges to make the transition from pilot to normal business.
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