Carbon Responsible Transport Strategies Seminar in Aberdeen, October 2010
The event was held in the Council Chamber, Aberdeen City Council Town House, Broad Street in Aberdeen on the 12th October.
Aberdeen City Council and Robert Gordon University were hosting a one day conference with the CARE North Partners to demonstrate best practice in addressing carbon emissions from transport.
The event was chaired by Dr David Gray from Robert Gordon University and covered issues like Low Emission Zones, Car Clubs, electric car infrastructure and provision, freight distribution and public transport. It also highlighted Scottish Government policy and public buy in to carbon reduction transport strategies.
The Scottish Perspective
Kirsty Lewin, Transport Scotland
The Urban Realm & Public Engagement
Professor Richard Laing, Robert Gordon University
Freight Distribution Actions
Philip Smart, StratMoS Project
Carbon Management in Aberdeen
Gordon McIntosh, Aberdeen City Council
Public Transport Innovation in West Yorkshire
Steve Heckley, Metro
Paul Trip, Province of Fryslan
Sustainable Transport in Malmo: Walking & Cycling
Bjorn Wickenberg, City of Malmo
Clean transport as a step to a more sustainable transport plan: LEZ & Car Clubs
Michael Glotz Richter, City of Bremen