Posts tagged MIC

John Whitelegg interview

John Whitelegg, Green Party Spokesperson on Sustainable Development. John is also Professor of Sustainable Transport at Liverpool John Moores University and Professor of Sustainable Development at York University’s Stockholm Institute of the Environment. A transport campaigner of global stature and reputation, John has written ten books on transport and is editor of the journal World […]

Connect ideas – Maximize impact, Federico Parolotto talk

Transsolar symposium Stuttgard, June 2012   On the occasion of its 20th anniversary Transsolar has organized a symposium in Stuttgart on June 2012 to reflect on the reality that the high comfort, low impact built environments have limited impact in creating a high comfort, low impact world. Planners, company partners and thought leaders were invited […]

Private mobility is not going away any time soon

    On the 25th of February 2011, MIC took part in the first edition of the Qatar Motor Show in Doha. “Being a speaker at the conference was a very interesting experience, it allowed us to look at the car industry from the manufacturers’ perspective. It is clear from talking to automotive industry representatives […]

Flow[n] launch at the MIC opening party

The flow[n] team would like to thank everyone who came to the introduction of the project at the MIC opening party. The evening was a great success, and we are now ready to continue the flow[n] journey with the first interviews and posts. Below are a few pictures to give those that could not attend […]

Flow[n] launch party

MIC‘s opening party on 23rd June will officially introduce and launch Flow[n] , the new research group created to investigate the challenges related to mobility and urban planning. Flow[n] aims to expand the world of transport to include a wider understanding of the environment and constant dialogue with other fields, bridging gaps between urban planning, […]