First participativ stakeholder workshop taking place online

First participativ stakeholder workshop taking place online

Collaborate and research despite the current circumstances. Keeping this idea in mind, the SuMo-Rhine project team hosted the first interactive online workshop titeld “Municipal perspectives: which indicators do we need for sustainable mobility?” on the 23rd of June. The workshop was conducted in French and aimed especially at French municipalities. The SuMo-Rhine team welcomed 10 participants from both side of the Rhine. After a short reception and introduction by Nadège Blonde (CNRS), the project leader and head of the German-French Institute for environmental research (DFIU) at KIT Dr. Kira Schumacher gave an overview about the SuMo-Rhine project. Paul Salze (UNISTRA) continued with an introduction of the indicator system. In order […]