Jérémie Fosse: Founder and director of the Global Eco Forum, co-founder and president of eco-union – an international environmental non-profit association. Mr. Fosse advises public and private institutions around corporate responsability and the green economy. He holds an Msc in Industrial Engineering at INSA Lyon and an Executive MBA at ESADE Business School.

Felip Puig, TRAM president

Christophe GayChristophe GAY is co-director of the Mobile Lives Forum. His thinking is guided by questions of imaginaries, representations and social norms as determinants of lifestyles, especially those related to mobility now and in the future. His areas of study include international law, political science and psycho-sociology.

Livable Cities: New Directions for Mobility Policies 

Carme Miralles Guasch: Associated Geography professor in the UAB and Doctor in Geography. Carme has directed numerous projects related with mobility, transport and cities. She has published articles in magazines of international recognition and skilled books, like Ciudad y Transporte. El Binomio imperfecto, published by Ariel and awarded with the prize Joan Sardà. Carme has formed part of the Mobility Council of Catalonia and the Pact for the Mobility of Barcelona, among others. Deputy in the Infrastructures Commission in the Deputies Congress (2000-2004). Director of the Institute of Regional and Metropolitan Studies of Barcelona (2004-2008). Direct the group of research Group of Mobility Studies, Transport and Territory (GEMOTT) of the UAB. Now occupies the direction of the Geography Department in the UAB.

Bénédicte JacqueminBénédicte Jacquemin has a degree in Medicine from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (2000), a Master in Environmental Sciences from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2005) and a PhD in Life and Health Sciences from the University Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona (2007).  She currently works at ISGLobal and INSERM in the study of the effects of environmental pollution on asthma and its associated features. She has also recently been interested in the effects of air pollution on other outcomes such as cancer, cognition and fertility / infertility.

Isabelle Büschel: Isabell Büschel (PhD), National Expert Spain at the European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E). Having gathered experience in academic teaching (EU law) and law and policy consultancy in the fields of energy and environment in France, Switzerland, Luxemburg and Belgium, Isabell joined T&E in 2017 to promote sustainable transport solutions in Spain. Based in Madrid, her daily work involves engaging with Spanish authorities and stakeholders, and liaising with the Spanish members and the T&E Brussels office. At the heart of her work is the constant promotion of a high level of environmental protection in all areas of transport.

Joan Maria SolerNeighborhood activist. President and member of the Association of neighbors from Poblenou, since principles of the 90. In 2011 became member of Favb (Federació de d’associacions de veïnes i veïns de Barcelona) and in 2015 assumed its vice presidence. Joan Maria has been the spokesperson of this federation. At present, he is the Projects Coordinator.

Christophe GayChristophe GAY is co-director of the Mobile Lives Forum. His thinking is guided by questions of imaginaries, representations and social norms as determinants of lifestyles, especially those related to mobility now and in the future. His areas of study include international law, political science and psycho-sociology.

Sharing Cities: New Mobilities vs sustainable transport

Sander Laudy: Architect/Director of B01 Arquitectes in Barcelona and member of the directive board of Green Building Council Spain. He is also member of eco-union. He works on the sustainability of the built environment through architecture projects, industrial R&D and academic investigation. He is visiting researcher on the International Sustainable Architecture at he the University of Sassari in Italy. 

Ricard Riol: Technical Engineer specialized in transport and urban services. Ricard Riol has been the president of the Association for the Promotion of Public Transport since 2007. Riol has directed and participated in various studies and projects on public transport, such as, the 2014 Plan Train of Catalonia, where he was a finalist in the PTx2 awards of the International Union of Public Transport and the 2020 Train Plan for Spain, a thorough diagnosis of the entire state network and proposals for adaptation to the environmental and economic crisis. He has also participated in various public transportation projects (Shenyang, Diagonal de Barcelona, Camp de Tarragona).

Juan José Montero Pascual Professor of Administrative law and regulation in UNED University (Madrid) and scientific advisor to the Florence School of Regulation (transport chapter). He has edited the book “The regulation of the collaborative economy” and he has extensively published on transport and technology regulation. He is of counsel at MLAB Abogados and he has provided legal counsel to leading transport platforms.

Ricard JornetCo-Founder of Som Mobilitat.coop , a catalan cooperative that promotes sustainable mobility. Entrepreneur and professor of marketing at UAB (Autonomous University of Barcelona). Holds a degree in Administration and Business Management and a Master in Renewable Energy from UAB. He also launches new social and green projects with positive impact to work for the energy transition.


Future Cities: Scenarios for low carbon mobilities

David BravoArchitect. Since 2003, he collaborates with the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) in the development of the European Prize for Urban Public Space, where he is responsible for contents and secretary of the Jury. He has directed for the Spanish public television (RTVE) the “Europe City” documentary (2012), on the validity of the European model of city and he has been curator of “Piso Piloto” (2015), an exhibition on the right to housing and the right to the city presented simultaneously at the CCCB and the Museum of Antioquia in Medellin (Colombia). He has also collaborated in the publication of the book Europe City: Lessons from the European Prize for Urban Public Space (Lars Müller Publishers, 2015). He talks about cities and public space in articles and lectures and he is a regular contributor to the Revista Diagonal architecture magazine.

Salvador Rueda: He is urban ecologist, founder and the director of Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona. He is specialized in analysis and planning of complex systems. Salvador Rueda has developed models of employment and urban metabolism with sustainability criteria. He has conceived a new urbanism: The ecological Urbanism and a new urban cell (the supermançana) for the planning of the public space and the urban mobility. He has created a new dictionary to read the city and an instrument of measure to calculate the urban complexity (diversity of legal persons). 


Eric Vidalenc: Eric is an expert about prospective, mobility and energyHe is working at The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME).

Adrià Gomila: Industrial Engineer. Mobility Technical in Barcelona Municipality from 1998 to 2008. Mobility Director in Sabadell Municipality from 2009 to 2011. Since 2012 Mobility Director in Barcelona Municipality

Parallel Session: New mobilities for commuting in Barcelona metropolis with Creafutur

Martí Jofre ITS Business Manager at Pildo Labs and consultant for Fundació Creafutur. He holds a Master’s Degree in Telecommunications, for both Telecom Paris and Polytechnic University of Catalonia, and a Master in Marketing Management for EADA Business School. He accumulates a wide experience in the definition, sale and management of R&D and innovation projects, mostly related to satellite navigation applications and urban mobility, obtained at companies such as European Space Agency (ESA), Centre de Tecnologia Aeroespacial (CTAE) and European GNSS Agency (GSA).