Call for local partners on Sustainable Mobility
This experiment stream will explore and shape the current mobility habits around travel to school. You will have an opportunity to co-create knowledge and interventions, through local mobility labs within schools, together with young people and other relevant stakeholders to support the transition towards sustainable school mobility in your city. It will enable young people's voices to feed into the development of policy recommendations at the local level using age-appropriate, playful approaches.
Learn more below or begin applying here.
What could you receive funding to do?
- Involve three primary and/or secondary schools that are interested in participating in the experiment (attaching as annex to the application form a signed letter of interest by each of the three schools).
- Set up an urban mobility lab for smart and sustainable mobility in the context of schools. The lab should involve 30 young people (ages 10-16) from three different schools and 5-10 other stakeholders (e.g., teachers, parents, members of school administration, district/city administration/departments, mobility providers, etc.).
- Work together in a co-creative setting in the form of “local mobility future forums” which will meet eight times.
- The mobility lab will formulate, on the one hand, policy recommendations for travel to school strategies at the city level and on the other hand, will co-create context-specific solutions (e.g. games, exhibitions, info boxes, educational material, small physical interventions with potential for infrastructure-related interventions etc.), to raise awareness and support acceptance of smart and sustainable school mobility.
Please note that concerning the target group there is an aim to engage at least 30 young people (aged 10-16) in local planning processes concerning school mobility.
To see the full list of actions, please consult the 'Guidelines and FAQ' document'.
To be eligible for this SHARED GREEN DEAL Grant, applicants must:
- Be located in the EU or countries associated with H2020 (note: this includes the UK for this call)
- Be either:
- A local or regional authority (including municipalities, cities, towns, villages)
- A not-for-profit organisation (e.g. NGOs, civil society organisations, municipal companies, local energy agencies, associations etc).
For further details please contact co-leads Professor Chris Foulds (email@example.com) and Professor Rosie Robison (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 101036640. The sole responsibility for the content of this website lies with the SHARED GREEN DEAL HAS project and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.