Mapping the Future of Mobility

Technology — from autonomous vehicles to traffic sensors — is poised to radically redefine mobility and change the landscape of cities in the 21st century. But moving from current transit infrastructure to what comes next involves solving a wide array of technological, regulatory and design challenges requiring the input and collaboration of stakeholders from across public and private sectors. What might the future of mobility look like, and how will that vision be shaped by tech and automotive industry leaders, governments, city planners and the public at large?

May 16, 2017 – Washington DC

8:00 am ET Breakfast and Networking
8:30 am ET Program Begins
10:15 am ET Program Ends

More info here.

Register here.

Toronto’s New Climate Plan: A Community Discussion

Now more than ever, Toronto must commit to ambitious climate actions that reduce our emissions while building a healthier and more equitable city. The City of Toronto is finally ready to unveil the new long-term climate change action plan on April 27th. TEA is working with the Toronto Climate Action Network (TCAN) to organize an event for supporters like you to learn more, discuss the strategy and ask questions of City of Toronto staff before the plan’s official launch.

When and where?

Tuesday, May 2nd, 6 pm
Metro Hall – Room 302 – 55 John St Toronto
Spaces are limited – please RSVP

The 2017 Geen Living Show gets to Toronto

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The 2017 Green Living Shoe is an event brought by Green Living and it’s going to the in town from the 7th until the 9th of April 2017. It’s going to take place in Metro Toronto Convention Center. You can get the tickets here. Also you can see the full program here or in their website. They have volunteering positions open, check them out!