Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainable World and Mobility as a Service (MaaS)

Mobility of the Future, Smart Cities and Sustainable World are three topics in a comprehensive single context. Sucessful Mitgation of climate change doesn´t work without a strategy, which combined energy und transport transition, resource efficiency, infrastructure and digitization. And the most suitable level for implementation relating to transport issues are smart cities and smart regions, in some case smart nations like singapore.

And that for several reasons: In 2050 two out of three people worldwide and four out five people in Europe will live in urban areas. Cities and urban areas today occupy 2 % of earth surface, but consume 80% of global energy supply and produce 75% of global carbon emissions. That´s why we should focus on Mobility of the future and Smart Cities to achive a sustainable world.

Please find the extensive, detailled PP-Presentation “Future mobility, smart cities, sustainable world” at the end of this article. It starts automatically.

Mobility of the Future, Smart Cities and Sustainable World: 100 cities in the world drive 18% of global emissions and in most countries, the top three urban areas drive more than one-quarter of national emissions. In this connection Transport is one of the most challenging issues. Not only in Germany transport is the only sector which emits more carbon dioxide than other sectors compared to 1990 data.

Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future

In some bigger cities, transport is the highest consumer of energy, for example in Mexico City, Hongkong and Cape Town. „In large cities of countries, whose economies are growing at a slower pace, the transport sector consumes more than half of the total energy used.“

Cities and regions as the most important habitats for people today and in the future are threatend by climate change: Across Europe summers and winters will get warmer (summers plus 3,5° C and winters plus 4,7° C in average). „Climate change will be equivalent to city shifting 1000 km further southwards – 20 km/year – Thomas W Crowhter and his team shows (Understanding climate change from a global analysis of city analogues).

Sea Level Rise, Cities, Nikolay Lamm, Climate Central Sea Level map, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
London: Sea Level Rise + 4° C. Visualisation: Nickolay Lamm
Sea Level Rise, Cities, Nikolay Lamm, Climate Central Sea Level map, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Miami: Sea Level Rise plus 4° C. Visualisation: Nickolay Lamm
Sea Level Rise, Cities, Nikolay Lamm, Climate Central Sea Level map, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mumbai: Sea Level Rise plus 4°C. Visualisation: Nickolay Lamm
Sea Level Rise, Cities, Nikolay Lamm, Climate Central Sea Level map, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Rio de Janeiro: Sea Level Rise plus 4°C. Visualisation: Nickolay Lamm
Sea Level Rise, Cities, Nikolay Lamm, Climate Central Sea Level map, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
San Diego: Sea Level Rise plus 4°C. Visualisation: Nickolay Lamm

Smart Cities and Mobility as a Service (Maas)

But how can we mitigate the climate impact of transport? A powerful short-term measure is the concept of mobility as a service (Maas), which could be a helpful tool for smart cities and smart regions approaches. „The idea of smart cities is rooted in the creation and connection of human capital, social capital an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure in order to generate greater and more sustainable economic development and a better quality of life,“ argues Rudolf Giffinger and his team (City-ranking of European Medium-sized Cities).

Mobility as a Service „combines different transport modes to offer a tailored mobility package, similar to a monthly mobile phone contract and includes other complementary services, such as trip planning, reservation, and payments, through a single interface (Hietanen, 2014). This bundling of mobility modes presents a shift away from the existing ownership-based transport system toward an access-based one. It offers users a tailored hyper-convenient mobility solution, with a promising perspective to substitute private car“, (Peraphan Jittrapirom et al., Mobility as a Service: A Critical Review of Definitions, Assessments of Schemes, and Key Challenges).

Mobility as a service can help to reduce private car ownership for example, which today is based nearly without exception on cars with combustion engines. These cars, primarily diesel engines, endanger health and pollute the environment with different gases (CO2, NOx) and particulate matter. For further informations take a look on “Diesel und kein Ende” on this website.

Mobility as a Service in context of Mobility of the Future, Smart Cities and Sustainable World is primarliy based on the smart combination of endowments and activities of self-decisive, independent and aware citizens. MaaS is build on six characteristics: Smart Economy, Smart People, Smart Governance, Smart Mobility, Smart Environment and Smart Living.

MaaS: Mobility inside

The are lot of exmaples, how to construct and implement mobility as a service, and there are a lot of examples worldwide. In Germany „Mobility inside“ will transfer MaaS-Projects from a local or regional on a nationwide level. „Mobility inside is the only app our clients will need to buy every ticket for their journey. Regardless of whether the use local, long distance odr bike sharing services“, stresses Prof Knut Ringat, Managing Director and speaker of the board of Rhein-Main Verkehrsverbund (RMV).

Smart cities and regions and Mobility as a Service as well need to be decarbonized. Decarbonization means a tremendous increase for green electricity (Renewables) – for zero emission transport sector and for digitzation as well. But these enourmous demand have been barely acknowledged to date. We need also a more powerful infrastructure for energy and data management.

For example: If only 10% of all cars registered in the US are driving full autonomous, they will generate roundabout 38 Zettabyte per day. The amount of the global data center traffic today is 11 Zettabyte.

Warnings and Recommendations

In last decades a large variety of scientific studies and warnings has been published – long before Greta Thunberg went on strike and initiate Fridays for Future and Scientists for Future movement. All these studies and warning has been widely ignored by politicans and most journalists. It´s time to recall what all this scientists like John Tyndall, Gilbert Plass and Henry Kendall to Sir Nicolas Stern, the Team of IPCC reports, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber and Johan Rockström has carried out – and there are hundreds, maybe thousands of scientists more, who are still working on this topic – again: widely ignored by those, who awarded a contract to explore climate change, above all the german government.

This is a very, very small list of very interesting reports and warnings (from a german perspective):

Union of concerned Scientists: Warning to humanitiy (1992) – Download
Union of concerned Scientists: Warning to humanity – A second notice (2017) – Download
Alliance of World Scientists – Website

German Advisory Council on Global Change: World in Translation, A social Contract for Sustainability  (2011) – Download
German Advisory Council on Global Change: Kassensturz für den Weltklimavertrag – Der Budgetansatz (2009) – Download 
German Advisory Council on Global Change: Humanity on the move – Unlocking the transformative Power of Cities (2016) – Download 
German Advisory Council on Global Change: Development and justice through transformation – The four big I´s (2016) – Download
German Advisory Council on Global Change: Climate Protection as a World Citizens Movement (2014) – Download

Sachverständigenrat für Umweltfragen: Umsteuern erforderlich – Klimaschutz im Verkehrssektor (2017) – Download
Sachverständigenrat für Umweltfragen: Demokratisch regieren in ökologischen Grenzen – Zur Legitimation von Umweltpolitik (2019) – Download
Sachverständigenrat für Umweltfragen: Umweltgutachten 2012 – Verantwortung in einer begrenzten Wel (2012) – Download

UNDP: Pursuing the 1,5° C Limit – Benefits and Opportunities (2016) – Download

Concluding remarks

German Advisory Council on Global Change

“A carbon-based global economy is an untenable situation … The transformation to climate compatibility is as much a moral imperative as the abolition of slavery and the outlawing of child labour.”
German Advisory Council on Global Change, World in Transition, A social Contract for Sustainability

 

Senator Loren Legarda, Philippines

“The injustice here is that the Philippines is a minor emitter of greenhouse gases (GHG) with only 0,3% of global emissions, but it is among the most vulnerable to climate change impacts. Ketsana or Ondoy in 2009, Haiyan or Yolanda (very powerful and destructive typhoons, JS ) in 2013 are just a few examples.”
Loren Legarda

Mobility as a Service is a powerful, short-term solution for of a smart mobility in smart cities and regions and a suitable and available tool to fight against climate change.

Mobility of the Future in a nutshell

Mobility of the future is …

  • to make it possible to satisfy the needs of thegreatestpossiblenumber of customers,
  • using minimal energy and resources, in a way that is
  • climate neutral, or even better emission-free,
  • so that a connected,seamless, reliable,client oriented and reasonably priced transportation is ensured,
  • the earth’s ecosystem is not harmed further, and
  • the effects of climate change are reduced
  • causing a tremendeous increase of data flows
  • subsequently increasing the demand for “green” (renewable) electricity for zero emission transport (Mobility and Logistics) and DataCenter
  • offers an unparalled service in mobility (Mobility as a Service) to reduce private car ownership and environmental impacts

Smart Cities / Smart Regions can reduce…

  • transport performance
  • energy consumption
  • environmental impact
  • private car ownership
  • land usage
  • Smart Cities / Smart Regions can enhance…
  • quality of life –less traffic, noise and less air pollution
  • quality of Mobility Services

See the presentation (117 slides) …

Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future, Holistic Approach, Transport Transition Energy Transition, Digitization, Resource Efficiency
Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future Germany,
Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future Germany,
Transport Performance, Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future Germany,
Transport Performance, Average Speed, Cities,  Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach,
Congestion Costs, Inrix, Transport Performance, Average Speed, Cities,  Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach,
CO2, Transport Emissions, Transport Performance, Average Speed, Cities,  Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach,
GHG EU-28, CO2, European Greenhouse Gas Inventory, Transport Emissions, Transport Performance, Average Speed, Cities,  Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach,
Energy Flows, End Energy, GHG EU-28, CO2, European Greenhouse Gas Inventory, Transport Emissions, Transport Performance, Average Speed, Cities,  Road, Traffic, Congestion, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach
GHG Emissions Germany by Sector, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
OECD World Outlook, Population, Cities, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
OECD World Outlook, Population, Cities, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
OECD World Outlook, Population, Cities, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Great Acceleration, Socio-economix Trends 1750 - 2015, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Cities and Carbon Emissions, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Cities and Carbon Emissions, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Evaluation World Cities, PLOS one,  Thomas W. Crowther, City analogues, ETH Zürich,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Evaluation World Cities, PLOS one,  Thomas W. Crowther, City analogues, ETH Zürich,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Evaluation World Cities, PLOS one,  Thomas W. Crowther, City analogues, ETH Zürich,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Car, Energy Efficiency, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Car, Energy Efficiency, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Car, Energy Efficiency, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Prof Dr Carsten Sommer, Assadollah Saighani, Universität Kassel, Car, Energy Efficiency, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change
Car engine power, germany, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future ,
Car weight, germany, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future ,
Prof Dr Eckard Helmers, Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld, Hochschule Trier,  Combustion engine, germany,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Car sales ban, europe, china, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Xin Guobin, Sales Bah, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Germany, car, Sales ban, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Cities,  car, Sales ban, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Sea Level Rise, Climate Change, Cities, Flooding, Rio de Janeiro, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Sea Level Rise, Climate Change, Cities, Flooding, London, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Sea Level Rise, Climate Change, Cities, Flooding, Mumbai, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Sea Level Rise, Climate Change, Cities, Flooding, New York City, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Rudolf Giffinger Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future ,
Rudolf Giffinger, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Manifesto for smarter cities, Rosabeth M Kanter, Stanley S Litow, Harvard Business School, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
arup, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Roland Berger, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Stages of Development, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Smart City Singapore, Barcelona, London, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Jürgen Schultheis, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainable World
Smart City, San Francisco, New York City, London, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Smart City, Paris, Barcelona, Melbourne, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Smart City, Nantes, Groningen, Antwerpen,
Roland Berger, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Smart City, Transport, Energy, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility as a Service, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Whim, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Smile, Vienna, Wien, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Smile, Vienna, Wien mobil, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
RMV. mobility inside, MaaS, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Prof Knut Ringat, RMV. mobility inside, MaaS, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Prof Knut Ringat, RMV, DB, SSB, MVG, Üstra, mobility inside, MaaS, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Bitcoin, Christian Stoll, energy consumption, MIT, Digitization, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Autonomous Driving, Outlook, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Intel, Data Flow, zettabyte, Brian Krzanich, Autonomous Driving, Outlook, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Intel, Data Flow, zettabyte, Brian Krzanich, Autonomous Driving, Outlook, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Digitization, Greenhouse Gas, GHG, Aviation, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Janine Morley, Digitalisation, Energy and Data Demand, Lancaster University, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Electricity, Network Overload, compensation payments, Germany,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Bottlenecks, Electricity, Network Overload, compensation payments, Germany,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Fossil Fuel, Climate Change, First mention Newspaper, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Pursuing the 1,5° Limit, UNDP; Climate Change, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Ed Hawkings, Institute for Environmental Analytics, Stripes, World, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Ed Hawkings, Institute for Environmental Analytics, Stripes, Europe, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Pursuing the 1,5° Limit, UNDP,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Pursuing the 1,5° Limit, UNDP,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Pursuing the 1,5° Limit, UNDP,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Leopoldina Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften, Klimaziele 2030,  Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Biocapacity Earth, Climate Change, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Biocapacity Earth, Climate Change, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Biocapacity Earth, Climate Change, Loren Legarda, Injustice, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
Wissenschaftlicher Beirat Globale Umweltveränderungen, Climate Change, Mobility, Future Mobility, Smart Cities, Sustainability, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Jürgen Schultheis, Climate Change, Anthropocene, Holistic Approach, Scientists for Future
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