International Workshop on “Planning sustainable city logistics policies and measures in small and mid-sized European cities”
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The topic will be urban planning for sustainable city logistics policies and measures in European cities and the international workshop will bring together representative of several European cities, including several of the Nordic area.
Promoted by the EU ENCLOSE project (ENergy efficiency in City LOgistics Services for small and mid-sized European Historic Towns, www.enclose.eu) the aim will be to network small and mid- sized towns to discuss common issues, challenges and results on urban logistics planning.
The cities of Lucca, s'-Hertogenbosch, Trondheim, Burgos, Almada, Serres, Alba Iulia, Balchik, Dundee will be hosted by the Energy Agency for South-East Sweden and representatives from several Swedish cities, among which Umeå, Europen Capital of Culture 2014 and Malmö, will join the event to share experiences from their activities to reduce the environmental impact from transportation. The workshop will be chaired by the Sweden Municipalities and Regions (SKL) and, some of the most important organizations in the Swedish region will attend the event as speakers: the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute and the Chalmers University of Technology. The European Energy Agency will also join the event as speaker. The Logical Town Association (www.logicaltown.eu) is the main partner of the event.
07 Apr 2014
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This briefing is part of the EEA's report The European Environment - State and Outlook 2015. The EEA is an official agency of the EU, tasked with providing information on Europe’s environment.
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