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About the event

How is the Covid-19 pandemic changing our perspective of urban mobility? Can we use it as an opportunity to push for greater sustainability? What is the relation between urban cycling, business prosperity, healthy and resilient cities?

In the new webinar from the Czech Green Academy series, we will look at sustainable urban mobility from the perspective of cities and the Covid-19 pandemics.


  • Bart Dhondt (presentation in English, scheduled from 18:10 to 18:30) – Brussels Alderman for Mobility and Public Works will talk about the initiatives the City of Brussels is taking to promote sustainable urban mobility.Roman Meliška – founder of the Urban Laab initiative for micromobility, modern urban mobility, and smart cities will look at the link between urban cycling, thriving businesses and rich cities.Renáta Krystyníková – Head of the Transport and Administrative Department of the City of Otrokovice will share her experience with the preparation of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan for a medium-sized Czech city.


⚠ Please note that after Bart Dhondt’s intervention, the event will be in Czech language only.

When: Tuesday 9 March from 18:00 to 19:30

Where: Zoom platform – you will receive access details by e-mail after registering here: https://forms.gle/MC3xqXwKeHfg8d6E7

We most cordially invite all those who are actively involved in promoting green policies at the local and regional level, and anyone else interested in sustainable living topics.

For further details visit the website of the Institute of Active Citizenship https://www.aktivniobcanstvi.cz/zelena-akademie

The Czech Green Academy is organized by the Green European Foundation with the support of the Institute of Active Citizenship and the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation.

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