We are looking for the first 100 users of ‘1, 2, 3 Ljubljana’ app!

On Thursday, 22 September 2016, the DriveGreen team presented in Point.For You (Točka.Zate), located in front of Ljubljana’s Town Hall, the new smartphone app 1, 2, 3, Ljubljana, designed for promoting a healthy lifestyle and reducing the impact of transport on the environment.


Panel discussion on sustainable mobility in Ljubljana

At the round table held on 13 September 2016 in the Grand Chamber of the Ljubljana’s Town Hall, Dan Podjed (DriveGreen’s principal investigator), Lučka Kajfež Bogataj (University of Ljubljana), Andrea Backović Juričan (National Institute of Public Health), Bojan Žižek...


Back to Petnica

On 12 August 2016 Dan Podjed, DriveGreen's Principal Investigator, carried out an invited lecture and workshop in Science Centre Petnica on anthropological approaches to developing people-friendly and environmentally responsible smartphone applications – similarly as in 2015.


Urban cycling and stereotypes

In the DriveGreen project we carried out a study of stereotypes in Ljubljana on urban cycling.



The winding roads in Milan

A panel on legacies and futures of transportation, infrastructures and mobility took place at the biennial conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA).


DriveGreen presented in China

Dr Jože Guna, a member of the Laboratory for Multimedia at the University of Ljubljana's Faculty of Electrical Engineering (LMMFE), was a guest of honor at the IS3C2016 (International Symposium on Computer, Consumer and Control), which took place in Xian, China.


Study of sustainable mobility in Xian, China

From 30 June to 11 July, 2016, the DriveGreen team performed a rapid assessment of sustainable mobility habits in Xian, China, with an emphasis on bike sharing and public transport.


A detour on the way to sustainable mobility

On 4 July, 2016, Dan Podjed presented a paper, entitled 'A Detour on the Way to Sustainable Mobility', at the annual conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth, which was held in Durham, UK.


How to make Durham move

On 13 June 2016, Dan Podjed convened the Anthropology Forum, organised at the Durham University by PhD students in Anthropology.


‘1, 2, 3’ smartphone app presented at the Durham Energy Institute

On 9 June 2016, Dan Podjed presented the ‘1, 2, 3’ smartphone app in a lecture, held at the Durham Energy Institute (DEI). DEI is a UK-based and internationally operating institution, recognised for its ability to apply new methods and perspectives to existing and emerging energy...




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