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conf. Sept 21-23 Sept 2006: "A New Culture of Mobility - From Auto-Mobility to Multimodalità in the Solar Age" / Fw: Toblacher Gespräche 2006

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  • Markus Heller
    Hi all, there is a conference A New Culture of Mobility - From Auto-Mobility to Multimodalità in the Solar Age in Italy (Dobbiaco/Toblach) from Sept 21-23,
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 7, 2006
      Hi all,

      there is a conference "A New Culture of Mobility - From Auto-Mobility to Multimodalità in the Solar Age" in Italy (Dobbiaco/Toblach) from Sept 21-23, 2006, see below the programm and details. Conf.-language is en, it, dt with simultaneous interpreting.
      For those interested I can forward german PDFs (program 460 kb and registr. 273 kb)

      Same organisation does a few days later a workshop "Communicating Mobility - A Workshop from September 24-28, 2006", find attached the engl. paper about, also I can fw germ + italian versions as
      small DOCs.



      Dobbiaco Colloquia 2006
      A New Culture of Mobility
      From Auto-Mobility to Multimodalità in the Solar Age
      Sept 21, to Sept 23 2006

      The 2006 Dobbiaco Colloquia

      After the Dobbiaco Colloquia from 1985 to 1999, a new cycle of Dobbiaco Colloquia began in 2005 within the framework of the EU project HERMES. Against the background of fossil fuels that are being exhausted, the new central idea of the Dobbiaco Colloquia is the coming of the "Solar Age" as the comprehensive draft of civilization, as possibly the only option for the future but also a fascinating challenge.
      The new mobility is a state of mind and is therefore a cultural challenge. The 2006 Dobbiaco Colloquia "A New Culture of Mobility" hopes to show how the mobility of today that is primarily based upon the automobile can and must move to multimodality, that is, to several options of means of transportation in order to also prepare itself for the coming of the solar age. The conference will present comprehensive approaches of a new culture of mobility and will describe the various components of multimodality by way of good examples from practice. These approaches range from pedestrian mobility through bicycle mobility and public transportation all the way to the control of private mobility, mobility services, mobility management, information, and marketing.
      The conference hopes to connect the strategies with exemplary concrete solutions in the various sectors of mobility. These will show that a change is possible in the mobility culture and is already being practiced in a number of places with great success.

      The Dobbiaco Colloquia Academy draws upon the original concept of Hans Glauber, who launched the first edition in 1985. The Academy is a think tank for ecological innovation. Its mission is to implement the knowledge and principles emerging from the colloquia through the elaboration of future-oriented development models. Since the summer 2003, the meetings of the Dobbiaco Colloquia Academy have taken place at the sumptuous Grand Hotel.
      The 2006 Dobbiaco Colloquia: A "Climate-Neutral" Conference
      The Dobbiaco Colloquia also produces CO2 emissions itself. One need only think of the travel and lodging of the participants, the printing of materials, the sending of invitations, the organizational activities, etc., the total energy consumption of which is estimated to create 14 tons of CO2 emissions. In order to offset this impact on the global climate, the decision was made to invest in a solar project in the Himalayas. In this way, the Dobbiaco Colloquia may well be the first conference to be held in Italy with no impact upon the climate. This will hopefully provide encouragement to participants who should nevertheless attempt to plan their travels as ecologically as possible.

      From Auto-Mobility to Multimodality in the Solar Age

      Initiator: Hans Glauber Moderator: Christoph Ewen

      Thursday, Sep. 21, 2006

      9.00 Registration

      9.30 Welcome and introduction to the conference: A New Culture of Mobility Hans Glauber

      10.15 Zurich: A City on the Path of Multimodality Andy Fellmann

      11.15 Break

      11.45 With Head and Heart: A New Culture of Mobility Requires Rationality and
      Emotions Konrad Götz

      14.30 Vision Zero - Victimless Mobility Patrick Magnusson

      15.30 Break

      16.00 After Oil: How to Move About in the Post-Fossil Era Wiebke Zimmer

      17.00 The First Steps toward the Mobility of the Future - The Example of Freiburg Martin Haag

      18.00 Film presentation: Val Pusteria - Between Tradition and Progress

      Friday, Sep. 22, 2006

      9.00 Going by Foot: The Extraordinary in Everyday Life Thomas Schweizer

      9.30 A Pedaling Region: The Example of North Rhine-Westphalia Peter London

      10.00 A Region Aiming for Public Transportation: the Example of Vorarlberg Karl-Heinz Winkler

      10.30 Break

      11.00 The "City Toll" as a Means of Controlling Individual Traffic Michele Minoja

      11.30 Sharing the Road: The Concept of Shared Space Hans Mondermann

      12.00 Urban Planning Development and Traffic: Examples and Innovative Solutions Willi Hüsler

      14.30 Using Instead of Owning: Car Sharing in Switzerland Peter Muheim
      15.00 Marketing the New Mobility: Bicycle Mobility in Bolzano Günther Innerebner
      15.30 Mobility Management - Best Practices in Italy Ugo Cardamone
      16.00 Break
      16.30 "myclimate": Mobility with Zero Climate Impact Kathrin Dellantonio
      17.00 The Main Offices and Agencies of Mobility Agencies: Information on and Management of Multimodal Mobility Jörg Lunkenheimer

      Saturday, Sep. 23, 2006

      9.00 Rail and bus 2000: A Perfectly Integrated Transportation System in Switzerland Urs Brotschi

      9.45 Sustainable Mobility in Tourist Areas: The Example of Gstaad Ernst Linder
      10.15 Car Sharing in Virgen: Innovative Mobility in a Rural Area Dietmar Ruggenthaler

      10.45 The New Railway in the Val Venosta: A Picture of Success Thomas Widmann
      11.30 Presentation of the Draft of the "2006 Dobbiaco Theses"


      Urs Brotschi, Network Development Manager for the Swiss Federal Railways SBB, Berne
      Ugo Cardamone, EHS Manager ST Electronics, Agrate, Milano
      Kathrin Dellantonio, marketing, communications and sales for the foundation myclimate, The Climate Protection Partnership, Zurich
      Christoph Ewen, Team Ewen: conflict and process management Darmstadt, Germany
      Andy Fellmann, traffic expert, Department of Mobility and Planning, city of Zurich
      Konrad Götz, analyst of mobility and lifestyles, Institute of Social Ecology, Frankfurt am Main
      Hans Glauber, President of the Ökoinstitut Südtirol/Alto Adige, initiator of the Dobbiaco Colloquia, Frankfurt and Bolzano
      Martin Haag, Director of the Department of Mobility of the city of Freiburg.
      Willi Hüsler, traffic planner, IBV engineering and traffic planning studio, Zurich
      Günther Innerebner, helios, audiovisual communication agency, Bressanone
      Ernst Linder, Director of Infrastructure for the community of Gstaad-Saanen, Gstaad, Switzerland
      Peter London, Department of Bicycle Mobility and Information on Mobility, Transportation Ministry of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf
      Jörg Lunkenheimer, Director of Shareholder Relations, RMV Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund, Hofheim TS (Frankfurt am Main)
      Patrick Magnusson, Transportation Market Analyst with the street administration of Sweden, Stockholm
      Michele Minoja, expert in traffic simulations, Center for Traffic Studies, Milan
      Hans Mondermann, Kuening Instituut, Groningen, the Netherlands
      Peter Muheim, Director of Mobility Support, Mobility CarSharing Schweiz, Lucerne
      Dietmar Ruggenthaler, Mayor of Virgen, East Tyrol, Austria
      Thomas Schweizer, Director of "Fussverkehr Schweiz" (pedestrian mobility), Zurich
      Thomas Widmann, Commissioner for Mobility and Tourism, Autonomous Province of Bolzano
      Karl-Heinz Winkler, Coordinator of the "Unterland" Transportation System, urban bus system of Dornbirn, Austria
      Wiebke Zimmer, expert in innovative transportation technologies, Öko-Institut Berlin, Berlin

      Organization and Secretariat
      Accademia dei Colloqui di Dobbiaco´- Akademie der Toblacher Gespräche
      c/o Centro Culturale Grand Hotel Dobbiaco - Kulturzentrum Grand Hotel Toblach
      Via Dolomiti, 31 - Dolomitenstraße, 31
      I - 39034 Dobbiaco/Toblach
      Tel. +39 0474 976151 - Fax +39 0474 976152
      info@... info@...
      www.colloqui-dobbiaco.it www.toblacher-gespraeche.it
      Conference Venue
      Auditorium Gustav Mahler
      Centro Culturale Grand Hotel Dobbiaco - Kulturzentrum Grand Hotel Toblach
      Via Dolomiti 31- Dolomitenstrasse 31 (opposite the railway station of Dobbiaco)
      Conference Languages
      German, Italian and English with simultaneous interpreting
      Sergio Allioni, Monica Carbone, Alberto Clò, Gabriella Del Rosso, Rosita Lagravinese, Martina Pastore, Antonella Telmon
      Please send the attached reservation form to Colloqui di Dobbiaco. The maximum number of participants is 120. Applications will be accepted in the order they are received.
      Registration fee
      The registration fee is Euro 130.00 - young people, students and participants residing in Dobbiaco are granted a discount amounting to Euro 65.00.
      The Dobbiaco Colloquia are co-financed by the European project HERMES. The registration fee is charged to cover administrative expenses which are not entirely co-financed, such as simultaneous translation, organization and coffee breaks.
      Method of payment
      By bank transfer to Cassa Rurale di Dobbiaco: IBAN: IT 62 N 08080 58360 00300 002445. SWIFT- BIC: RZSBIT21138, or on a case-by-case basis upon registration at the conference.
      Hotel Reservation Information
      Please contact the Dobbiaco Tourist Board:
      Associazione Turistica Dobbiaco
      Tel. +39 0474 972132
      info@... www.tre-cime.info
      Directors of the Colloquia
      Dr. Hans Glauber
      Dr. Hansjörg Viertler
      Dr. Hans Schmieder
      The Wokshop "Communicating Mobility" (Sep. 24 - 28, 2006) following the Colloquia will attempt to establish how it may be possible to communicate a different culture of mobility, based above all upon a multimodal approach. The workshop is directed toward students of the Free University of Bolzano and of the Bauhaus University of Weimar, but also toward other experts or interested persons. It will be conducted in English and directed by Prof. Christian Upmeier of the Department of Design of the University of Bolzano (christian.upmeier@...). Information and registration: info@...

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Toblacher Gespräche
      Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2006 10:53 AM
      Subject: Toblacher Gespräche 2006

      Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

      In Anlage übermitteln wir Ihnen das Programm der Toblacher Gespräche 2006 zum Thema "Eine neue Kultur der Mobilität", die vom 21. bis 23. September 2006 in Toblach - Südtirol - Italien stattfinden. Es würde uns freuen, wenn Sie das beiliegende Programm an interessierte Personen weiterreichen.

      Mit freundlichen Grüßen

      Akademie der Toblacher Gespräche
      Kulturzentrum Grand Hotel Toblach - Centro Culturale Grand Hotel Dobbiaco
      Dolomitenstraße / Via Dolomiti 31, I-39034 Toblach - Dobbiaco
      Tel. 0039 0474 976 151 - Fax 0039 0474 976 152
      E-Mail: info@... / info@...
      Internet: www.grandhotel-toblach.com / www.grandhotel-dobbiaco.com

      Hochpustertal - Alta Pusteria / Dolomiten - Dolomiti - Dolomites
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