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A month ago, we started this project from scratch. Last week, we successfully rose to the major challenge of gathering sustainable mobility leaders,
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, the Movin’On team has decided to cancel the World Summit on Sustainable Mobility, which was due to be held in Montreal on 3,
The Movin’On Summit by the numbers is 5000 participants from 55 different countries coming together under the same roof to discuss, learn,
Although sales of electric vehicles saw huge growth between 2015 and 2018, they still only represent about 2-4% of the overall car market in countries with high rates of car ownership such as China,
The cost of climate change
“Bangkok is sinking more than one centimetre per year … but that is four times faster than the rate of predicted sea level rise,”
Le Sommet Movin’On en chiffres, c’est 5 000 participants venus de 55 pays pour échanger, apprendre et faire émerger, ensemble, des solutions novatrices pour une mobilité durable.
Risk taking + collaboration = new ideas
As psychologist Nancy C. Andreasen points out in her article in The Atlantic Secrets of the Creative Brain: the most creative people often share a certain personality style.
Data and intelligence represent both the solutions to and sources of concern regarding most transportation challenges. When it comes to determining who owns the data,
Learning, thinking, doing: how working sessions are moving from ambition to action at the Movin’On Summit
It’s one thing to listen to an inspiring talk, but nothing beats putting concepts to the test yourself. That’s why working sessions are such an important part of the Movin’On Summit experience.
The Movin’On Summit, June 4-6, offered a tremendous program .
By taking a moment to review the roster of world-class speakers and guests,
By designing transportation solutions accessible to people living with disabilities, startups, labs and investors.
According to the World Health Organization,