Sustainable Transport – Event Follow-up Meeting: Thursday 26th January 2012


 Engineering Sustainable Transport

 FREE Follow up Meeting

 What’s the best way to engineer sustainable transport for Sheffield, our region and beyond in a carbon, pollution and hassle free environment without causing congestion or breaking the bank?

We’ve had awesome feedback for our Sustainable Transport event so I’ve set-up a meeting for you to move this forward and most of our Transport experts will also be able to join us


 Sheffield Hallam University, Room 11005, OneEleven Building, Arundel Gate, Sheffield S1

3pm – 5.00pm, Thursday 26th January 2012

Picking up from our Sustainable Transport event, we’ve created space for you to focus on the key Sustainable Transport event outcomes:

  1. Information  on:
    1. Public and Individual Transport
    2. Practicalities of user-friendly transport – without SMART phones!
    3. Impact of transport
    4. Targeting of information to convince the fringe
    5. Pricing
    6. Feedback
  1. Integration of systems
  1. Focus on fuel not time

You’ll be able to explore and decide on:

  1. Your priorities and objectives;
  2.  How to achieve your goals most effectively;
  3.  Who you want to involve;
  4. Develop a strategy of what you want to do next;
  5. Identify available resources to move your plans forward effectively.

Although this FREE meeting also includes free tea and coffee, we’d welcome donations to help with our costs.

About actionforinvolvment

We're an independent think tank, founded in 2006 to bring people in our communities together with policymakers and stakeholders. We create space often in a workshop format to pool ideas, develop networks and tackle hot topics. Since 2009, we’ve focused on the sustainability agenda such as: climate change, energy, housing, technology, transport with interest in:education, health, welfare, regulation and enforcement. Our latest project is funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious Grant and our next event on 27th June 2013 includes George Monbiot with other high level environmental policy makers.
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