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Workshop/Working group “Challenges of clean and efficient transport in the Alpine and Adriatic-Ionian regions”

12-13 October 2017, JRC – Ispra Site (I), Italy

Welcome speech and introduction

Welcome
Julian Wilson, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit (Deputy Head of Unit, Project leader of the MARREF project)

 

Round table: introduction of the participants

Introductory session.

Contribution to the JRC Science for Policy Report “Identifying key priorities in support to the EU Macro-regional Strategies implementation: An ex-ante assessment for the Adriatic-Ionian and Alpine regions focusing on clean growth in transport”.
Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 

Scope and structure of the meeting.
Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 

EUSALP AG4 “Mobility” Work Plan, including the activities for the period 2016-2019.
Patrick Skoniezki, EUSALP AG4 Lead Team, European Region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino, Austria

  

EUSAIR Pillar 2 "Connecting the Region" Work Plan.
Arianna Norcini Pala, Dr., RAM - Rete Autostrade Mediterranee S.p.a/Pierluigi Coppola, EUSAIR, Pillar 2, PA coordinator, Univ.-Prof. PhD Università degli Studi di ROMA "Tor Vergata" (via WebEx)

 

EU Macro-regional strategies: a powerful tool to address cross-country and cross-region issues.
Cesare Bernabei on the behalf of DG REGIO

  

Discussion and Q&A on macro-regional strategies

 
SESSION 1 Intermodality.

Challenges of intermodality in the Alpine Region.
Patrick Skoniezki, EUSALP AG4 Lead Team, European Region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino, Austria

  

TNET: a modelling framework for transport incorporating multimodal networks. (cancelled)
Elena Navajas Cawood, Joint Research Centre, Economics of Climate Change, Energy and Transport Unit

 

Activities of the JRC Knowledge Centre for Territorial Policies.
Pilar Vizcaino Martinez/Chris Jacobs-Crisioni/Carlo Lavalle, Joint Research Centre, Territorial Development Unit

  

Discussion and Q&A on intermodality (combinations of road, rail and ship transport) as a means to reduce costs and minimize emissions.

 
SESSION 2 Reduction of emissions from ship transport.

Maritimes Emissions and Impacts on Air Quality: experience and feedback from Marseille Port Area.
Alexandre Armengaud, Dr., Head of Scientific Cooperation, Air PACA, Région de Marseille

  

Emissions estimates in port and control measures: methodology, case studies for Alpine and Adriatic-Ionian regions, EU and international comparison.
Carlo Trozzi, Dr., Director, Techne Consulting srl, Italy, co-chair TFEIP

  

Contribution of ship emissions to air pollution in different port-cities of the Adriatic-Ionian area.
Daniele Contini, Dr., Head of Division, Istituto di Scienze dell’Atmosfera e del Clima, Italy

  

New challenges for ports – is there still time or is already too late?
Elen Twrdy, Univ.-Prof. PhD., University of Ljubljana

  

Logistical and environmental considerations in container shipping.
Harilaos N. Psaraftis, Univ.-Prof. PhD., Technical University of Denmark

  

The implications of sulphur regulations on the Northern European Ro-Ro sector.
Harilaos N. Psaraftis, Univ.-Prof. PhD., Technical University of Denmark

 

Discussion and Q&A on emissions reduction from ship transport

 
SESSION 3 Reduction of emissions from road transport

Emissions from transport sector and their impact on air quality and health.
Rita van Dingenen (presented by Marilena Muntean), Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 

Preparatory study for Air Quality plan in Abruzzo region/Pescara-Chieti costal area: emissions from transport sector and their impact on air quality.
Carlo Trozzi, Dr., Director, Techne Consulting srl, Italy, co-chair TFEIP

  

Electrification of Road Transport: from the Italian pilot to an EU-scale study of e-mobility.
Michele de Gennaro/Elena Paffumi/Georgio Martini, Joint Research Centre, Sustainable Transport Unit

  

Activities of the TFEIP/Expert Panel on Transport (road, air and ship emissions).
Leonidas Ntziachristos, Univ.-Prof. PhD., Aristotle University Thessaloniki, co-chair TFEIP

  

Technology options to decrease emissions and fuel consumption in the region.
Leonidas Ntziachristos, Univ.-Prof. PhD., Aristotle University Thessaloniki, co-chair TFEIP

  

Reducing transport externalities in times of growth. Evidence from the South of Germany for passenger cars.
Constantinos Antoniou, Univ.-Prof. Dr., Technical University of Munich

  

Freight transport in Europe. Clean and Efficient? Or Clean vs. Efficient?
Constantinos Antoniou, Univ.-Prof. Dr., Technical University of Munich

 

Biofuels: a player in the future?
Luisa Marelli, Joint Research Centre, Sustainable Transport Unit

 

Discussion and Q&A on bioenergy impacts and sustainable management of bioenergy deployment.

 

Steps towards management of knowledge.
Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 

Panel Discussion: Discussion and extend the answers of the questions in the Questionnaire
Moderator: Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit
Panelists: all

 

Wrap-up and conclusions: Workshop contribution to identifying key priorities in these macro-regions.
Moderator: Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit
Panelists: all

 
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