Transport currently accounts for a quarter of the EU's greenhouse gas emissions and this figure continues to rise as demand grows. The European Green Deal seeks a 90% reduction in these emissions by 2050. Moving to more sustainable transport means putting users first and providing them with more affordable, accessible, healthier, and cleaner alternatives.
To become a country with a fully functioning circular economy, the starting point is to promote circular procurement in various areas including production, industry, mobility.
One of the key actors to make some change are city municipalities. Through public procurement, they can encourage zero-emission vehicles to spur innovation and improve the local environment.
On 17-18 February the Lithuanian Innovation Center will hold a webinar on Sustainable Transport and Mobility Solutions with Circular Procurement, with presentations from public and private sectors including topics like green public procurement, sustainable mobility and transport innovation.
For a complete agenda of the webinar, please click here.
For registration, please click here.