Accelerating sustainable mobility with future generations


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As part of the event series local actions for a SHARED GREEN DEAL, this session presented the experiences and results to date in co-creating and co-designing urban mobility solutions with future generations. Experts from TU Wien, Metropolitan Research Institute, ICLEI Europe, and a local expert from Panevezys shared on the experiences of creating ‘Urban Mobility Labs’ in schools to accelerate the shift to sustainable and smart school mobility.

The insights are stemming from Shared Green Deal local experiments developed in four European cities -Braga (Portugal),Galway (Ireland),Sofia (Bulgaria) andPanevezys (Lithuania) - with primary and secondary school children, their teachers and parents.

The aim of this event was to discuss processes and inspiring new practices to engage/ involve children and thereby foster the representation of young people in policy making for a safer, more active and sustainable way to school.

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