Green Mobility Magazine – Issue III “What Electric Future?” (2024)

This issue of the Green Mobility Magazine comprehensively explores critical raw materials, the social dimensions of the supply chain, battery usage, and the desirability of a full electric transition, with insightful contributions from our exceptional cohort of writers.

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About the Third Issue of the Green Mobility Magazine…

The annual Green Mobility Magazine explores an array of sustainable transport issues from commercial, political, and technical perspectives.

Across 110+ pages, this issue comprehensively explores critical raw materials, the social dimensions of the supply chain, battery usage, and the desirability of a full electric transition, with insightful contributions from our exceptional cohort of writers including former and current EU heads of government, cabinet ministers, members of parliament, industry leaders, and many more!

Table of Contents 
  1. As the World Turns, Be Wary of Its Direction. – Green Mobility Magazine Editorial Board.
  2. Tell Me Where Your Energy Comes From… – Pedro Castro – SkyExpert Consulting.
  3. Post Fit for 55, European Transport Is Intermodal, Focused on Hubs, and in the Hands of Users. But Global Questions Remain. – Dariusz Dybka – Von Kietz.
  4. Slaves to International Comity. – Andrew Charlton – Aviation Advocacy.
  5. The New Mobility Foundation: An Interview With Jan Peter Balkenende and Erik Jonnaert. – Thomas Jérémie Hayden-Lefebvre – Green Mobility Magazine.
  6. Electric Mobility and Smart Transport – a Human-Centric Approach. – Carlos Zorrinho – Member of the European Parliament.
  7. Sustainable Mobility Requires a Rapid Roll-Out of Infrastructure That Considers the Differences Within the EU. – Nils Torvalds – Member of the European Parliament.
  8. “Transportation Is My Country’s Last Big Transformative Endeavour.” An Exclusive Interview With Marius Skuodis, Minister of Transport and Communications, Republic of Lithuania. – Thomas Jérémie Hayden-Lefebvre – Green Mobility Magazine.
  9. Allianz Partners’ Joe Mason: Powering Confidence in Tomorrow.
  10. The Birth of Electric Mobility in the Early 1900s and Its Significance in the Contemporary World. – Gabriel Tejam.
  11. Steering the Future of E-Mobility: Proposals for Policy, Infrastructure, and Investment in Response to EV Driver Perspectives. – Ella Feist – Green Mobility Magazine.
  12. Making EVs Fit for the Future. – Lucien Mathieu – Transport & Environment (T&E).
  13. Battery Swapping: An Easy Way to Accelerate the Transformation to Sustainable Mobility. Steffen Schmidt.
  14. Charging Ahead: Supporting the Shift to Electric Mobility. – Iulia Comandar – Yunex Traffic.
  15. Mobility With an E: The Evolution of Green Transport and Legislation in the EU. – AVERE – The European Association for Electromobility.
  16. Seeing Green: Some Older-Car Owners Show That There’s More Than One Way of Being Eco-Friendly. – Gaëtan Mangin – ATER en sociologie, Université d’Artois.
  17. 5 Ways to Support the Second-Hand EV Market. – Carys Speed – Green Mobility Magazine.
  18. Platform for Electric Mobility’s Manifesto for the 2024 EU Elections.- Platform for Electromobility.
  19. Limits of Electrification. – Rea King, Carys Speed, Etholle Davies – Green Mobility Magazine.
  20. Less Is More: Reducing Our Reliance on Fossil-Fuelled Mobility Increases Consumer Choice. – Monique Goyens – The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC).
  21. Navigating the Surge: Electric Vehicles and the Evolving Power Grid.- Rea King – Green Mobility Magazine.
  22. Hazardous Chemicals in EV Batteries: The Middle Ground That Will Make the EU Green Deal Successful. – Maxime Caste – EUROBAT.
  23. The European Hydrogen Strategy Threatens to Fail. – Ralf Diemer – eFuel Alliance.
  24. Beyond the Buzz: Unmasking the 15-Minute City. 10 Things You Might Not Know About the Popular Urban Planning Concept. – Adina Rose Levin – EIT Urban Mobility.
  25. Paris Is Great, but Here’s Where the Green Mobility Revolution Is Happening. – Scott Shepard – #CitiesFirst Advisors + Podcast.
  26. Electrifying Urban Fleet Buses: An Opportunity for a Decarbonised Urban Mobility. – Marion Pignel & Thomas Lymes – Eurocities
  27. Shared Mobility: A Key to Sustainable Urban Transport. – Florian Steuerer – EU Strategy.
  28. The Digital Revolution Continues as IT-TRANS 2024 Takes Shape. – Indria Khara & Andrea Soehnchen – UITP.
  29. The Promise and Potential of Electric Aviation. – Etholle Davies – Green Mobility Magazine.
  30. Electrifying Ground Services Equipment: Challenges & Opportunities. – Ksenia Trubacheva.
  31. Sustainable Aviation Requires a Funding Innovation. – Maurice Boon & Emma Hernandez – Skyfinity Sustainable Aviation Foundation.

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Language: English
Release: April 17th, 2024.
Pages: 112
Format: A4 size print magazine.
Printed in Belgium.
Dimensions: 210 x 297 x 25 mm (approx.).
Weight: 400 gm (approx.). 

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