South-East Europe Conference Day
Welcome to the South-East Europe Conference Day of the Transport and Climate Change Week 2022!
Join us for an exchange of experiences as well as a panel discussion on integrated energy, transport, and climate planning from the perspective of the Western Balkans and Turkey. This event aims to promote the integration of sustainable transport / urban mobility into strategic energy and climate planning of municipalities in the South-East Europe and our topics will include SECAP and SUMP development as well as the Covenant of Mayors initiative. Our speakers will come from the region as well as from other European countries.
Join us on site on Friday, 13 March 2022!
We are very pleased that this year we will have the opportunity to bring together a selected number of in-person participants from South-East Europe to the Transport and Climate Change Week in Berlin, Germany. Join us online to learn more and engage in the discussions!
WHEN: Friday, 13 May 2022 at 9:30 CEST (UTC+2)
WHERE: Streaming live from Berlin for registered participants
CONTACT: Feel free to get in touch with feedback, questions or ideas contacting email@example.com.
The event is organised by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV) financed by the International Climate Initiative (IKI).
Find the recording of the session here: SOUTH-EAST EUROPE I Welcome and Introduction #TransportWeek22
Urban Mobility in Berlin – examples of the sustainable urban mobility process and measures implementation, best practices, and learnings from Berlin.
Find the recording of the session here: SOUTH-EAST EUROPE | Urban Mobility – an example from EU cities #TransportWeek22
Senate Department for Environment, Mobility, Consumer and Climate Protection
Challenges of sustainable climate and energy planning at the local level. Experiences of the Regional Development Agency of Ljubljana Urban Region, Slovenia
Find the recording of the session here: SOUTH-EAST EUROPE | Energy and climate planning at local level #TransportWeek22
Development Agency of Ljubljana Urban Region (Slovenia)
SEE Showcase of good practices in urban mobility (video)
Every city needs to undertake comprehensive planning that includes all strategic sectors. How can best practices be transferred to the SEE region and Turkey? What are the most common obstacles cities face?
Harmonisation of energy and sustainable urban mobility planning (SECAP & SUMP) – Introductory presentation
Fabio Tomasi, Projects Development Unit Manager, Innovation and Projects Institute, AREA SCIENCE PARK, Italy
- Anuela Ristani, Municipality of Tirana, Deputy Mayor.
- Mira Radenović , Member of the City Council, City of Novi Sad, Serbia
- Ayşen Erdincler, Head of WG for SECAP preparation, Director of the Environmental protection department of the Istanbul metropolitan municipality
- Maia Tskhvaradze, Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia
- Sylwia Słomiak, Foundation Forum Energii, Poland
- Fabio Tomasi, AREA SCIENCE PARK, Italy
Istanbul metropolitan municipality
Municipaltiy of Tirana
City of Novi Sad
Foundation Forum Energii
Area Science Park
Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture
Find the recording of the session here: SOUTH-EAST EUROPE | Panel Discussion, Conclusion and Closing Remarks #TransportWeek22