Tuesday 17 September 2019
Opening ceremony – Introduction & welcomes
Background from ITS Bordeaux 2015, input to COP21, climate change as high priority policy objective, guiding programmes towards decarbonisation
French Ministry of Transport : France Mobility programme & how ITS4Climate fits with national priorities; strategy towards COP 25, COP 26 etc.
Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine : regional policy for climate; commitment via Below2 Coalition; specific measures for transport and mobility decarbonisation
Bordeaux Métropole : strategies and programmes for ITS and for CO2 reduction
Alain ROUSSET, President, Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Élisabeth BORNE, Ministre auprès du ministre d’État, ministre de la Transition écologique et solidaire, chargée des Transports, French Ministry
Michel LABARDIN, Elected member, Bordeaux Métropole
Plenary session I – The big picture: what’s the climate challenge to transport?
Faced with a climate emergency, how can ITS and public policy help fight global warming?
The climate challenge: what does “keeping global warming to 2 degrees / 1.5 degrees” mean for transport sector, how can national targets be cascaded down to region/city/organisation/individual level? What is the scale of change needed at each of these sub-national levels?
The ITS and business response: ITS comprise a wide range of tools such as electromobility, connected & automated vehicles, traffic management, public transport, city logistics and Mobility as a Service. How could these be optimised and deployed for maximum impact on CO2 emissions?
The public policy response: countries, regions and cities need to match the scale of the climate challenge with ambitious policies for energy, transport, mobility, economy – and rapidly adopt effective measures to implement them. They need to take the lead in informing and influencing their constituencies so that unpopular measures are accepted.
Frédéric MAZELLA, CEO, Blablacar
Nicolat BEAUMONT, Senior VP Sustainable Development and Mobility, Michelin
Karima DELLI* , European Deputy, European Parliament
Mohamed MEZGHANI, Secretary General, UITP
Jeremie ALMOSNI, Chef du Service Transports et Mobilité de l’ADEME
Executive session I – Public Authorities – what policies & priorities are needed for true sustainability?
Which cities are a model in setting demanding targets for transport emissions? How do they achieve buy-in by citizens and stakeholders?
Electrification can mean zero-carbon vehicles; what are the barriers and success factors for building up an electricity supply and charging point infrastructure? What of hydrogen?
Sustainable Energy (and Climate) Action Plans, Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans: are these tools effective for planning and implementation? Where have they led to lower emissions?
What potential, what requirements for carbon-free active modes, e.g. walking and cycling? How can we steer demand?
Robert HERRMANN, Président de l’Eurométropole,
adjoint à la ville de Strasbourg en charge de la sécurité et du domaine public, Eurométropole de Strasbourg
Nicolas FONTAINE, General Director, Mobility, Bordeaux Métropole
Christoph ERDMENGER, Head of Department “Sustainable Mobility”, Ministry of Transport Baden-Württemberg
Martin RUSS, Chair of the European Network of ITS Associations
(name to be confirmed)* , Public Authority, Rennes Métropole
3 Topic Workshops – parallel sessions
Workshop – Topic 1
Climate goals, measuring and evaluating transport GHG
Nour-Eddin EL FAOUZI, Director, IFSTTAR
Annela ANGER-KRAAVI, Senior Research Associate, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Workshop – Topic 2
Low-carbon technologies, solutions
Gilles DUCHAMP, Deputy Director, CEREMA
Sophie VAN VELZEN, Project manager Smart & Green Mobility, City of Helmond
Francois GUICHARD, Mechanical Engineer – Expert ITS, UNECE
Workshop – Topic 3
Reducing network, mode & system emissions
Jaap VREESWIJK, Traffic Architect C-ITS, MAPtm
Jeroen BROUWER, Senior Consultant mobility & ITS, Sweco Nederland
Sophie GILLAERTS, Project Coordinator Parking Plan and TmaaS, City of Ghent
15h30 Coffee break
Executive session II – Industry and Research
Power & limits of ITS/smart mobility solutions
Is the solution 100 % electric vehicles How can we increase take-up ? how create and adequate charging infrastructure ? what future for ( carbon-free) alternative fuels ?
What limits to reducing traffic inefficiencies ? Can demand be managed for sustainability ? Can public transport take up a massive shift from car use ? What potential for shared transport ?
How can we achieve carbon-free logistics, goods transport and deliveries in cities ? For long distance movements ?
Can MaaS Satisfy all mobility demands ? How can MaaS be optimised for zero-carbon emissions ? Who is responsible ?
Raphaël CHERRIER, CEO, Qucit
Bertrand BARTHELEMY, President, Flowbird
Francisco FERREIRA, phD, MSc, Associate Professor, Portugal
Frederic DELAVAL, CEO, Geopost
Anne de BAGNEUX, Directrice Adjointe France, Transdev
Jaap WRESWIJK, Traffic Architect C-ITS, MAPtm
Eric FRANCERIES, CEO, Gertrude
Pascal BELOT, Hydrogen LCV international key account manager, groupe PSA
Round Table : Networks and association
Isabelle DUSSUTOUR (Cohost), Director, ID4Car
*, Under2 Coalition / TDA
Round Table : Cities and Business
Nicolas BEAUMONT (Cohost), Fondateur, WBCSD
Aurélien BELHOCINE, Public affairs, Qucit
Renaud LAGRAVE, Vice Président de la région Nouvelle-Aquitaine, région Nouvelle-aquitaine
19H30 Congress Dinner - Café Maritime
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Executive III. Making it happen, enabling deployment: getting it done
Incentives, funding & finance
Huge financing will be needed to implement effective ITS for climate measures; how much and where from? How can investment be encouraged, with what incentives?
Strong policies are needed, probably legislation – European, national and local. What mix of restriction, enablement and encouragement can be effective? Who should take the lead?
Economics and business models
CO2 has no economic cost or value today; how can we change that? How can carbon-saving be turned to business profit? How can necessary spending for climate mitigation actually benefit the economy? What of carbon budgets?
Decisions by businesses and individuals need to favour the low- and zero-carbon choices; what incentives and other measures can lead to the massive changes needed?
Edgar KAMPERS, Founder, QOIN
Elodie de RECY, Senior Banker, European Investment Bank
George GEORGIADIS*, Secretary, Inland Transport Commitee, UNECE Sustainable Transport Division, UNECE
Claire DEPRE*, EC, Head of Unit/Director, DG MOVE
Annela ANGER, Senior Research Associate, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
David CAUBEL, France Mobilités Manager, Ministère de la transition écologique et solidaire
Cécile MAISONNEUVE / Camille COMBE, Présidente, Fabrique de la Cité
Topic Workshops – parallel sessions
Workshop – Topic 4 Decarbonising freight transport & logistics
Liam FASSAM, Director, LIST Institute, Université of Northampton
Olivier QUOY, CEO, Atlandes
Workshop – Topic 5
MaaS 4 Climate
Jean-Luc MATE, President Founder, JLM Conseil
Brylie OXLEY, Senior Developer, MaaS Global
Anna KRAMERS, PhD, Program Director Mistra SAMS, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Marko JAVORNIK, General Manager Voyego, Comtrade
Laurent CHEVEREAU, Director of studies « Connaissance des offres et services de mobilité », Cerema
Marti JOFRE, CEO, Factual
Piia KARJALEINEN, Senior Manager, Maas Alliance
David LAINE, Transdev MaaS
Workshop – Topic 6 Implementation challenges, enablers, barriers
Paul CURTIS, Associate Director, Vectos
Francois CUENOT, Secretary of the working Party on Pollution and Energy, Vectos
Caroline BUSQUET, Engineer, Capital High Tech
José VIEGAS, Adviser, EDP
Ozhan YILMAZ, Smart Transport Specialist, EIB
Edgar KAMPERS, CEO, Qoin Fondation
Suzanne HOADLEY, Senior Manager, POLIS
Executive IV. Doing it together
Doing it effectively, doing it together:
Communicating the message
What are the key messages of “ITS for Climate”? Who is the audience? What is the most effective way to inform & influence?
Using networks and alliances
Power in numbers, but which network to join? How effective are associations in powering deployment of sustainable transport? What potential for networks to cooperate, to share knowledge of effective measures against emissions?
Replication: pioneers and followers
Many individual “success stories” but are they well known? How can they be replicated widely? Do we need a new wave of pioneer cities showing how to cut CO2 emissions massively, using all the most effective tools?
Citizen and business engagement
Ultimately, we need total uptake by individuals and businesses, that travel and use or generate mobility demand. How can we generate such a level of engagement? Can we find “champions” to take the lead? Who will start us off…?
Suzanne HOADLEY, Senior Manager, POLIS
Stéphane BARBIER, Chief Business Development Officer, TRANSPOLIS
Marc MORTUREUX, Director, PFA
Sébastien CAPPELLE, Marketing Director-Transportation, Orange Business Service
David HUE, Technical Director, Fareco
15H00 Coffee Break
Plenary session II. Achievements and next steps
One small step for climate, a giant leap needed for the planet
To save our planet and its people, there’s no denying that a huge, “tectonic” change is needed in how we move and transport things…ITS and smart mobility for climate is a good start…and full-scale, total deployment is entirely possible. We just need the will to get going…
…Let this first congress on ITS4C be the start of a long journey to real sustainability. Let us build the ITS4C toolbox and get it into the hands of all who need it, let’s bring it to the COP process, let’s connect all the networks and associations into a common movement for a shared purpose. Let’s get it done…
Patrick OLIVA, Co-fondateur, Paris Process for Mobility and Climate ( PPMC)
Martial CHEVREUIL, President, ATEC – ITS France
*, Regional Delegation, EDF NA, EDF
Hervé le TREUT, Climatologist, Sciences Politiques
Agnès PASSAULT, Presidente, Digital Aquitaine
Hervé MARCHYLLIE, President, TOPOS – Digital Aquitaine