Course: Sustainable Mobility and Land Use Solutions for Green and Livable Cities
This course examines how cities can become more green and livable places by reducing their dependence on the car. It is a globally-oriented course which will take participants on a broad tour of good and bad examples of urban environments around the world. It will emphasise many important positive changes that are occurring in urban environments worldwide. Overall, the course will show how cities in many different contexts are moving away from car-based planning and how it is possible to envision an end to automobile dependence. The course participants will have the opportunity to reflect on how they can learn from what is happening around the world and bring good ideas home.
The presenter of the course is Emeritus Professor Jeffrey Kenworthy, an internationally well-known researcher from Curtin University in Perth, Australia and Guest Professor at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences connected to K2, who has 40 years of experience in sustainable transportation, public transport and urban planning.
Read more about the course and apply here.
Application deadline: Sunday, February 5.
K2, Bruksgatan 8, Lund