The project concentrates on enabling and promoting sustainable urban mobility in Lahti, Finland. Among other measures, such as open mobility data platform and SUMP, the project develops a model for personal carbon trading on mobility and an application for the citizens that enables real-time tracking and visualisation of one’s mobility carbon footprint.
Electric cargo bike rentals for residents, businesses and NGOs is a project implemented in the framework of CityChangerCargoBike and CoBiUM (Cargo Bikes In Urban Mobility). Users can use the bikes offered by the city for free for a period of 7-28 days (depending on the target group) to find out that this is a great solution for many people.
The encouragement of recycling is a central pillar of the corporate strategy of Berliner Stadtreinigung (Berlin Waste Management, BSR). With the second-hand department store NochMall, which opened in the summer, BSR intends to intensify its efforts in this area.
In 2019 the City of Warsaw, together with Our Earth Foundation, EcoTech System and Coca-Cola, launched in Warsaw the first network of Recyklomats in Poland. These are devices for selective waste collection, which is an attractive way to remind residents that it is worth segregating waste.
In order to create a further incentive in the population to give preference to repairs rather than new purchases, the City of Vienna started development of the funding programme in 2019.