A brief by Dominique BREUIL, Head of Research EIGSI
To capitalize onto the European CLIMATLANTIC project we will be holding a day and a half event in La Rochelle, France, on 20 February and 21 morning (programme attached).
For the second year, the EIGSI General Engineering School organizes in La Rochelle, France, a high quality forum focused on interregional mobility in the Atlantic Area.The February 2014 Forum will focus on local and regional carbon footprint reduction as a mobility priority. It will provide insights to existing and future trends in interregional mobility. It will blend research and visions with actions.
The forum will be organized in 3 half day sessions. This event is FREE of charge and open to all stakeholders including regions, medium sized city officers interested in sustainable mobility, elected representatives, transportation, energy, environmental actors and also tourism entities.
The Forum participants will be offered lunch during the conference on Thursday and Friday.
To register or for any questions, further details on the agenda and practical information, PLEASE contact : Véronique SEEL Tel. +33 5 46 45 81 41 mail : email@example.com.
La Rochelle Mobility Forum is part of a 4 high quality forum cycle. The overall aim of the http://www.climatlanticproject.eu project is to foster the development of strategies at regional and local levels aimed at reducing the carbon footprint in the European Atlantic Area.
- Mobility & Climate – February 20 & 21 in La Rochelle (France)
- Energy & Climate – March 12 & 13 March in Clonmel (Irland)
- Competitiveness and sustainability of maritime areas – March 25 in Viana do Castelo (Portugal)
- Territorial planning & Climate – March 26 in Ourense (Spain)
In line with the 2020 EU strategy, Climatlantic identified 7 priorities to reach the objectives. Mobility is one of the seven priorities.
The event will be open to stakeholders interested in interregional mobility across Atlantic Area.
The 20 speakers confirmed include researchers, institutionals and professionals.
Hope to see you in La Rochelle, France
Dominique BREUIL, Head of Research EIGSI