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Welcome to NTM autumn meeting on climate neutral transport
The program for our coming member conference is now finalized. The conference is co-organized with KNEG and Swedish Transport Administration. Do not forget to register. This will be an exciting afternoon. Please note the conference will be held in Swedish.
Welcome to NTM annual member meeting 2019
Venue: Post museum, Lilla Nygatan 6, Gamla Stan i Stockholm
Date: April 23
Time: 10.00 -12.00 followed by a light lunch
The vast number of climate mitigating measures launched within transport is more than ever before
– How do we measure and visualize the effects?
10.00 NTM annual member meeting
10.30 Climate mitigating measures with the national goods transport strategy, Representative from the Government offices of Sweden
11.00 Hope or despair- can we measure the mitigating effects? A conversation between representatives from NTM, the Government offices of Sweden and the Swedish Transport Administration
11.30 Discussion in plenum
12.00 Light mingle lunch
We will come back on more details regarding speakers as soon as they are confirmed.
Registration at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be aware the seminar will be held in Swedish
Anniversary mingle in Gothenburg
The 12th of November NTM end its 25th anniversary year in Gothenburg. The celebration takes place in connection with the starting meeting of the project Fossil Free Freight (Triple F). NTM is one of several project partners. Previously this year the 25 years anniversary has been celebrated through seminars in Stockholm and Örebro by Professor Alan McKinnon as a lecturer. In Gothenburg we will have the premier of a brief interview film of Professor Tom Van Lier, Vrije University. The topic is how to de-carbonize the Flemish transport logistics. Thereafter Magnus Swahn (NTM) elaborates on future Swedish challenges and opportunities based on previous 25 years of development. The evening ends with mingle including light food and beverages.
Venue: Lindholmen Science Park, Aktiviteten
Date: November 12
Time: 16.30 – 20.00
Participants: Members and Triple F consortium members
Registration before November 8: email@example.com