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 sustainable mobility, including the smartphone app ‘1, 2, 3 Ljubljana’.

The event was opened by Mimi Urbanc, ZRC SAZU’s Deputy Director. The project Ljubljana - European Green Capital 2016 was introduced by Simona Berden from the Municipality of Ljubljana. Dan Podjed, DriveGreen’s Principal Investigator, presented the new smartphone app '1, 2, 3 Ljubljana', aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle and reducing the impact of transport on the environment.

Other presentations at the symposium were carried out by Marko Polič ('Transport and Quality of Life: Between the Urge, Wishes and Opportunities'), Jernej Tiran, Luka Mladenovič and Simon Koblar (‘Access to Public Transport in Ljubljana: Developments, Conditions, and Challenges’) Saša Poljak Istenič ('Sustainable Mobility in the City: Green Policy, Revival of Public Spaces, and the Boost of Economy'), Tatiana Bajuk Senčar ( 'Culture of Comfort and Its Impact on the Everyday Mobility Practices'), Gregor Burger, Mikhail Sysoev, Emilia Stojmenova Spirit Matevz Pogacnik and Jože Guna (‘Methodological Recommendations for the Implementation of the Objective and Subjective Analysis of Driving Habits'), Alenka Bezjak Mlakar ('The Power of Ethnographic Sensemaking') Saša Babič (‘Studying Cultures in Traffic through the Linguistic Analysis’), and Dan Podjed (‘Dangerous Liaisons on Road '). (Photo: Sara Arko, Dan Podjed, Jurij Fikfak.)

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