10:00—10:30 Welcome and Opening

Opening of the Mobility Eco-Forum 2017:

Moderate: Jeremie Fosse, President, eco-union

Christophe Gay, Director, Forum Vies Mobile

 Felip Puig, President, TRAM

10h30-12h00 - Livable Cities: New Directions for Mobility Policies

Mobility understood as social change reclaims to scale up discussions on how policies should respond to future challenges in terms of pollution, climate change and social inequalities. How holistic mobility policies should sound like and what challenges must confront to create livable cities? How to scale up issues like social justice and public health to the political agenda.

Moderator: Carme Miralles Guasch , ICTA, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

Bénédicte Jacquemin, Researcher, ISGLOBAL

Isabelle Büschel, Director Spain, Transport & Environment

Christophe Gay, Director, Forum Vies Mobile

Coffee break

Networking and coffee break in CCCB restaurant area (No catering included)

12h30-14h00 - Sharing Cities: New Mobilities vs Sustainable Transport

Sharing and demand-base mobilities are the topics of this year European mobility week. The scenarios for the future in reducing cars are concentrated in between increasing inversion in public transport and promoting altermobilities like drive-less and sharing transports. What’s the role of these new systems for the development of sustainable mobility strategies? Which barriers and challenges are going to face drive-less and sharing transports? Will those systems replace the dependency of private cars?

Moderator: Sander Laudy, Architect

Ricard Jornet, CEO, Som Mobilitat

Ricard Riol, President, PTP

Juan José Montero Pascual, Professor , UNED

Lunch time

CCCB Restaurant or surroundings area  (No catering included)

16h00-17h30 - Future cities: Scenarios for low carbon mobilities

Oil peak is going to transform the way people, objects and information move worldwide. Mobilities under climate change are going to re-define transportation systems and lifestyles in cities. Thinking in new utopias as a way to draw future scenarios for a mobile society in cities, this panel aims to respond to fundamental questions such as: what is the future of mobile societies in a post-oil scenario? How is going to change the wish for auto-mobility of today’s societies? Will we still have the right to be mobile tomorrow? How should the cities respond in creating new systems based on low carbon mobilities?

Moderator: David Bravo, Architect , CCCB

Adrià Gomila, Mobility Director, Ajuntament de Barcelona

Eric Vidalenc, Reginonal Director, ADEME (The French Environment and Energy Management Agency)

Salvador Rueda, Director, BCN Urban Ecology Agency

Paralel sessions

15h00-16h00 - New Mobilities for commuting in Barcelona metropolis

This session will introduce the main conclusions of a study analysing the mobility behaviours and attitudes of Barcelona metropolitan region and prospects for the future. It will be followed by an open debate on how to solve the mobility needs of commuters in large metropolis currently traveling by their own car.

This session is created and delivered by Creafutur Foundation. The session is addressed to municipalities, consultants and businesses to think about sustainable commuting in peri-urban areas. The language of the workshop will be in Catalan or Spanish as convenience, it won’t have translation service in any other language.

Location: Aula 2 CCCB

18h30-19h30 - Documentary and Debate: “Frontera Invisible” with Transport & Environment

One part environmental documentary and one part social research through victims’ testimonials, Frontera Invisible gives voice to the local communities that are fighting hard to reclaim their land while exposing the major pitfalls of biofuels policy.

The session will be delivered by Isabell Büschell, Director of Transport and Environment Spain