The climate crisis and other current events have brought an emphasis and focus on energy supply and our use and distribution of it. At its center of energy use is urban mobility, making it a central cog in the energy transition in cities all around the world. To speak with us about the consequences of the urban mobility transition we have two brilliant minds. Mariana Mirabile is an Economist and Policy Analyst for OECD Environment. She holds a PhD in Development Economics from Sapienza University of Rome. Bernadette Bergsma is the Director of Communications and EU Affairs at EIT Urban Mobility. Dr. Mirabile, Ms. Bergsma, welcome. Let’s begin with you, Ms. Bergsma. How should policies on energy be shaped to ensure more sustainable urban mobility?
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