CLIMASUM workshop Micromobility and public transport will be held in Banja Luka, on April 28, 2022, from 12:00 to 16:30, in the Jelena Hotel conference hall.
This workshop is the second in a series of events that the Center for Environment, in front of the CIVINET network for Slovenia, Croatia and Southeast Europe, will organize in 2022 and 2023, with the aim of connecting municipalities and cities, academia and citizens associations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are interested in promoting sustainable urban mobility in their local communities.
In the mentioned period, apart from this conference, the Center will organize workshops focusing on the development of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMP), participation in the adoption of spatial planning documentation, financing methods, good practices and measures for urban traffic management, innovative technologies and the development of parking policies.
The travel expenses are paid by the conference organizers by reimbursing the participants. Food and refreshments during the conference were provided by the conference organizers. The maximum number of persons from one institution / association / business entity to participate live is two, with the exception of justified needs.
Registration of participation is possible by this link, and the registration deadline is April 22, 2022 to 23:00.
NOTE: Attendance at the conference will also be enabled online, via the ZOOM application. Registration of participants for the event is required for both on-site and online participation. The number of persons per institution / association / business entity to participate online is not limited.
For additional information, you can contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project CLIMASUM addresses the issue of the future of mobility in the context of sustainability, participatory approach and priority strategies for the future of Europe such as Green Deal – through smart, sustainable and innovative planning of mobility in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
This project is part of the European Climate Initiative (EUKI).