Dear city logistics stakeholders, Low Carbon Logistics project is finished now. We finalized our tasks and works. We achieved the objectives and mode some important activities in pilot regions. Finally, we would like to introduce the last product – LCL-book-online.
Neringa Municipality has been looking for sustainable transport logistics solutions since 2016. Reducing noise and air pollution, reducing traffic flows are just some of the factors that will gave positive impact on the quality of life of residents and the
Green Policy Institute arranged public conference “Green Solutions for Future Cities: Low carbon logistics”. Almost 50 participants were informed about the project and its deliverables. Assoc. prof. Stanislaw Iwan from Maritime University of Szczecin spoke about the challenge of today
Last week LCL Project partners from Sweden, Germany, Poland and Lithuania met in Vilnius. The meeting was hosted by Green Policy Institute. The progress of the project was presented by each partner. The challenges and achievements in the pilot regions
The expert team has now finalized its recommendations for green policy instruments, which complement the consultancy offers. The recommendations raise awareness how public authorities with the help of green policy instruments – including traditional regulatory approaches, market-based and planning instruments
On 21 March in Szczecin was “Freight quality partnershp”. During the workshop we had the opportunity to present our the results of experiments with utilization of electric vehicles in urban logistics activities. We are pleased with warm reactions of the
Low Carbon Logistics project was presented during the conference “Green Strategy for Business” on October 19 in Vilnius, Lithuania. LCL team members, Clara Burzlaff and Sophie Werdin from the University of Greifswald presented general project information, LCL Expert team, LCL
International conference GREEN CITIES: GREEN LOGISTICS FOR GREENER CITIES, held in Szczecin September 2018, presented and awarded the most innovative businesses, NGOs and municipal initiatives that work to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, traffic volumes, accidents and other transportation-related issues.
LCL team member Natalia Wagner from Maritime University of Szczecin visited Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) on 7-8 November 2018 to promote the concept and results of LCL Project. The research at AUAS is organised in seven Centres for
LCL team members, Clara Burzlaff from the University of Greifswald, Natalia Wagner and Mariusz Jedliński from Maritime University of Szczecin, and Clemens Weiss from Kompetenzzentrum ländliche Mobilität, participated in International Trade Fair of Environmental Protection POL-ECO SYSTEM on October 23 –