Cities of the future: virtual exchange on local environmental policy

Climate action starts in your city! As young greens and socialists, our aim is to create car-free cities with space for bikes and pedestrians, and transition towards renewable energy and heating systems. For this to happen, we need committed climate activists to take office in our city councils and local parliaments. Join our webinar for everyone interested in local politics, transport and environmental issues taking place on November 14th from 11 am until 5 pm! In this webinar, jointly organised by GRÜNE JUGEND and Socialistisk Folkeparti Ungdom, we will exchange German and Danish views on transport, environment and transitioning towards carbon neutrality in our cities. We will take a look at an intersectional and feminist perspective on transport policies, and find out how we can transform our cities towards carbon neutrality! 

Our speakers:

Astrid Aller, SF representative in the Copenhagen city council
Philipp Bruck, Green MP in Bremen state parliament, spokesperson on climate and energy policy
Joakim Lindahl, SFU spokesperson on climate and environment
Rosa Domm, Green MP in Hamburg state parliament, spokesperson on climate and transport policy
Svenja Appuhn, spokesperson of GRÜNE JUGEND Lower Saxony


11.00-11.30 Joint Introduction
11.30-12.30 Astrid Aller – Bicycle Policy in Copenhagen
12.30-13.30 Philipp Bruck – Energy Transition and Climate Action in Cities
13.30-14.30 Lunch Break
14.30-15.30 Joakim Lindahl – Climate Action in the Transport Sector 
15.30-16.30 Rosa Domm/Svenja Appuhn – Critical Perspectives on Mobility
16.30-17.00 Joint Conclusion 

Registration Virtual Exchange