NaKoMo meets Science
What did the Covid-19 pandemic and the shutdown of the Suez Canal in 2021 impressively prove? That pandemics, natural disasters, human error or technical failure have the potential to have a more volatile impact on our way of doing business and being mobile than we have perhaps acknowledged in the past. This raises a fundamental question: How can we make our mobility (more) resilient? This is the question we will explore in the first edition of our new NaKoMo meets Science lecture format. In this series, we seek to share exciting, practice-relevant findings from research in our network.
Ingo Kollosche from the Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment will kick things off. In the lecture, he will first introduce the concept of resilience, also in comparison to sustainability. Mr. Kollosche will then discuss aspects of mobility that are particularly worthy of attention with regard to strengthening resilience and will directly present concrete measures on how mobility as a whole can be made more “robust”.
As with every NaKoMo lecture, there will be plenty of time for your questions.
NaKoMo lecture “How to make mobility more resilient”
on 29.03.2023 | 10:00 – 10:45 am | online
As part of the NaKoMo lectures, we provide information on current topics relating to sustainable mobility and discuss existing challenges and innovative approaches to solutions in this topic area together with participants from the federal government, federal states, state networks, municipalities and municipal companies.