Cycling in Vienna

In May 2016 the DriveGreen's researcher Saša Babič carried out an observation and analysis of cycling habits in Vienna.


How to promote sustainable mobility in rural areas?

Tatiana Bajuk Senčar, a DriveGreen team member, is currently conducting an additional research in the tourist destination of Bohinj, which is funded by the by the EEA Financial Mechanism Programme 2009-2014.


Newcastle – a new challenge for the DriveGreen project

From April to June 2016, Dan Podjed, DriveGreen’s principal investigator, will be based at the Durham University, UK, via the COFUND Policy & Enterprise Fellowship.


Dublin promotes the use of public transport to minimise the carbon footprint

From 30 April to 8 May 2016 Saša Babič carried out a rapid appraisal of the transport system in Dublin, Ireland.


Integration of anthropology and climatology in Vancouver to identify new solutions for sustainable mobility

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report explains that our lifestyles have a considerable influence on energy use, and adds that emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) can be substantially lowered through changes in human habits and practices.


Movements for the future

On Friday, 18 March 2016, a symposium ‘Movements for the Future’ was held at the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU) in Ljubljana. The event presented the findings of researches on driving habits and highlighted new approaches for promotion of...


1, 2, 3 Ljubljana - a new solution for the promotion of movement and sustainable mobility

We spend more than 9 hours per day sitting and we most often take a car to go shopping or to get to a meeting, instead of walking or taking a bicycle to save fuel, reduce harmful emissions, and get a bit of exercise along the way. The purpose of the new smartphone application ‘1, 2, 3...


Study of sustainable mobility in Brussels

From 29 January and 1 February 2016 the DriveGreen team carried out a rapid assesment of sustainable mobility habits in Brussels with an emphasis on bike service Villo!



Study of driving habits continued in Budapest

In mid-January the DriveGreen team moved its international study of driving habits and mobility practices to Budapest, the capital of Hungary.




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