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European environmental and transport policies need to go hand-in-hand

16 October 2012 - Janez Potočnik calls on member states to create integrated European system for sustainable transport  

'Member states in top gear' study of CE Delft

11 October 2012 - 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’ (pdf, 1,21 Mb). 

Essay book Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility

11 October 2012 - Rli published a book of essays entitled ‘Keep Moving, Towards Sustainable Mobility’  to coincide with the conference. The book includes contributions from all the conference speakers, a column by Bas Haring, and interviews with the CEOs of three multinational companies. Editor is Bert van Wee. Preview book (docx, 61 Kb) Keep Moving, Towards Sustainable Mobility To order this book, mail the publisher Eleven International Publishing.

Photo live feed conference Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility

11 October 2012 - 11 October 2012 - Follow the conference on photo live feed. Use http://photodispatch.nl/gallery/rli/.Follow the conference on Twitter @raadrli, #EeacRli

EEAC / Rli conference ‘Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility’

18 July 2012 - The Rli will publish a book of essays to coincide with the conference ‘Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility’, which will be held on 11 October 2012 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Leading international researchers and authors are providing contributions on a wide range of topics in the field of sustainable mobility. The book will be published by Boom / Eleven Publishers. The book will be edited by Bert van Wee (Netherlands), professor of Transport Policy and Logistics at Delft University of Technology.

Dutch government names members of Council for the Environment and Infrastructure

18 July 2012 - 13 July 2012 – The Dutch government today announced the members of the Council for the Environment and Infrastructure (Rli). The Council is a new independent body that was established to advise the Dutch government and parliament on matters relating to the sustainable development of the physical environment and infrastructure. The Council will address wide-ranging issues facing society at large, such as land use, the economy, housing, the environment, food, raw materials, nature, agriculture, mobility and safety.

Programme EEAC/Rli conference completed

25 June 2012 - Programme of the EEAC/Rli conference 'Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility' is completed.

Book of essays to accompany the conference

25 June 2012 - Rli and EEAC will publish a book of essays to accompany the conference, containing contributions from internationally renowned authors on a wide range of topics in the field of sustainable mobility. The book will be available from 11 October onwards.

Invitation to join LinkedIn Group on sustainable mobility

29 February 2012 - RLI and EEAC started a LinkedIn Group on sustainable mobility in the run-up to the conference ‘Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility’. Our aim is to initiate and facilitate prickling and substantive discussions about sustainable mobility, share relevant information on the theme and give news about the conference. Please join the discussions, we look forward to your input! LinkedIn Group on sustainable mobility

EEAC/RLI Conference ‘Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility’, Rotterdam, October 2012

6 February 2012 - The EEAC and the Dutch Councils for the Environment and Infrastructure (RLI) organise the conference ‘Keep moving, towards sustainable mobility’ on Thursday 11 October 2012 in the Port of Rotterdam.