Brussels Debates on the Transformation of the Automotive Industry: "Opinions on the Mobility of the Future - Results of Civil Dialogues in Baden-Württemberg"

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Brussels Debates on the Transformation of the Automotive Industry: "Opinions on the Mobility of the Future - Results of Civil Dialogues in Baden-Württemberg"

on 18 September 2019 from 12:00 p.m.

at the

Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union, Rue Belliard 60-62 1040 Brussels

 

The transformation of the automotive industry is one of the key issues across all policy areas of the State Government of Baden-Württemberg with a high relevance for European politics. We will take a closer look at this topic from different perspectives with our event series "Brussels Debates on the Transformation of the Automotive Industry". Further events are planned for 16 October and 6 December 2019.

Since autumn 2018, several various participation formats for citizens and the civil society have taken place in Baden-Württemberg. The aim of the participation process is to involve citizens in the social transformation process of the automotive industry. The public should be able to understand and shape the transformation. Citizens and stakeholders develop recommendations for changed, sustainable and public transport and mobility patterns. In this way, they make an active contribution to social and technical change in a European region. 

 

Initial results show that citizens are calling for a general debate on individual mobility. Cars are an important part of this debate but not the only one. Very pronounced is the difference between urban and rural areas. What is needed here are creative concepts. Climate protection is an integral part of the discussion and sacrifice is conceivable. However, it has to be fair, which means that it has to affect everyone. Also articulated is the clear wish for transparent costs. 

 

We would like to present you the first results of the participation process and discuss it with Eddy Hartog, Head of Unit Smart Mobility, DG Connect, European Commission, Roland Werner, Director of Public Policy & Governmental Affairs, Uber and Dimitri Vergne, Senior Sustainable Transport Officer, European Consumer Organisation (BEUC). The event will be moderated by Wolfgang Petzold, Deputy Director of Communication, Committee of the Regions. 

 

Simultaneous interpretation in German and English will be provided. 

12:00 p.m.        Registration and light lunch

 

12:30 p.m.         Welcome address

                       

                           Bodo Lehmann

   Head of the Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the

   European Union

 

12:35 p.m.          Gisela Erler

   State Counsellor for Civil Society and Civic Participation in the State

   Ministry of Baden-Württemberg

 

1:00 p.m.            Panel discussion 

 

    Eddy Hartog

    Head of Unit Smart Mobility, DG Connect, European Commission 

 

    Roland Werner

    Director of Public Policy & Governmental Affairs, Uber

 

    Dimitri Vergne

    Senior Sustainable Transport Officer, European Consumer Organisation

    (BEUC)

 

 

Moderation:        Wolfgang Petzold

    Deputy Director of Communication, Committee of the Regions

 

 

2:00 p.m.             End of the event

 

 

 

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