The Sustainability Innocenter (SIC) has participated as speaker at the interdisciplinary webinar ‘Energy systems for a sustainable society’, organized by Uppsala University Innovation & Collaborations department on the 30th of November. This interactive and inspiration-seeking event has reunited 25 researchers, member of academia, as well as professionals from various industries. At the event, SIC has presented DyMoN in a session called “Behavioural change and its role driving sustainable mobility: a pathway to attending the systemic challenge of mobility transition?“. At the seminar, other partners from the DyMoN consortium were also present – Uppsala University Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering (Civil Engineering and Built Environment), and Ecollective. The event helps with contributing to the objective of communicating about the project’s objectives and raising awareness among local relevant stakeholders.
Month: November 2021
How can digital, data-based nudging pave the way to sustainable mobility in cities?
Cities need more people to bicycle, walk or use public transport in order to battle climate change and make cities more livable places. How can citizens be motivated to make the switch from using their car to more sustainable forms of mobility? The research project “Dynamic Mobility Nudge” (DyMoN) is exploring digital, data-based nudging as a solution for this challenge.
Partners from Austria, Sweden and Germany have joined forces in the summer of 2021, to research how digital, data-based nudges can drive behavioural change, in favour of sustainable, active urban mobility. DyMoN is an innovative, transdisciplinary research project, which will have a duration of three years.
In the coming months, the project will work closely with citizens, city representatives, policy makers, urban living labs and the research community to develop the DyMoN framework. Based on real time, user-generated and public open data, the DyMoN framework aims at advancing research, supporting sustainable urban mobility and informing policy making
The project takes place within the JPI Urban Europe programme (ERA-NET Co-fund Urban Accessibility and Connectivity) and is funded by the Federal Ministry of Climate Action and the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (for Austria), the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (for Germany), and Energimyndigheten (for Sweden).
DyMoN is led by Salzburg Research (AT) in collaboration with an international consortium of partners from University of Salzburg, Department of Geoinformatics, (AT), Uppsala University, Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering (Civil Engineering and Built Environment), (SE), Sustainability InnoCenter, (SE), Ecollective, (SE) and Trafficon GmbH, (DE).
With traffic being one of the major contributors to our current climate crisis, we need to change how we transport ourselves and our stuff. But how and what do we change and in which way? How do you envision the future of traffic, and how does the person next to you? What do you need from traffic so that traffic serves you well?
These are some of the questions that we try to answer in an interactive workshop on the future of traffic based on our collective needs and wishes.
Thursday, 4th of November 2021, 5:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Registration here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/future-of-traffic-tickets-192667793557
Everything is free and the event is held in english.