The book of essays 'Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility' wich accompanied the conference, contains contributions from internationally renowned authors on a wide range of topics in the field of sustainable mobility. To order the book mail the publisher. The book will cost 59,50 euro
Rli Chairman Henry Meijdam presented the findings of a comparative study of European policy which is entitled ‘Member states in top gear, opportunities for national policies to reduce GHG emissions in transport’.
Miranda Miranda Schreurs (Chair EEAC) and Henry Meijdam (Chair Rli)
Introduction. Defining the Policy Challenge
Bert van Wee (Netherlands), editor, Professor of Transport Policy and Logistics, Delft University of Technology
Chapter 1. Keep Moving Towards Sustainable Mobility What Does It Mean?
Phil Goodwin (UK), Emeritus Professor of Transport Policy, University of the West of England
Chapter 2. Current Mobility Trends - Implications for Sustainability
Todd Litman (Canada), founder and Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute
Chapter 3. Modalities and Technical Advancement
Joan Ogden (US), Co-Director of the Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways (STEPS) Programme, Professor at the Environmental Science and Policy Department, University of California, Davis
Chapter 4. Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Unleashed
Peter Sweatman (US), Director of the Transportation Research Institute at the University of Michigan
Chapter 5. A Behavioural Perspective on Voluntary Reduction of Private Car Use
Tommy Gärling (Sweden), Emeritus Professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg and Margareta Friman (Sweden), Director of the Service- and Market-Oriented Transport Research Group (SAMOT), Karlstad University
Chapter 6. Wishful Thinking in Transport Policy
Arie Bleijenberg (Netherlands), Infrastructure Business Line Manager, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)
Chapter 7. Shifting Gear: Bbeyond Classical Mobility Policies and Urban Planning
Maarten Hajer (Netherlands), Director of the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency and Professor of Public Policy at the University of Amsterdam
Chapter 8. Business as Unusual
Miranda Schreurs (Germany), Chair of the EEAC, Director of the Environmental Policy Research Centre and Professor of Comparative Politics at Freie Universität Berlin
Folmer de Haan (Netherlands),coordinating advisor at the Council for environment and infrastructure and secretary of the Dutch Energy Council.
Bas Haring (Netherlands), Professor at the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science, philosopher and publicist