Mobility for nearly-zero CO2
in Mediterranean tourism destinations
The Mediterranean territories are the subject of intense tourist flows that put strong pressure on transport infrastructure and global mobility, especially during the summer seasons. The impacts in terms of congestion are significant, with negative effects on air quality, increasing CO2 emissions, noise pollution, etc. In this context, adapted responses (sustainable urban mobility plans) to these seasonal tourist flows must be put in place. Alternatives (bus, train, bike …) viable must be offered to tourists traveling by private vehicle. For those arriving by sea or air, better integration between ports and airports and typical modes of transport shuttles, bicycles, etc. must also promote more sustainable mobility.
As part of our presence at COP23, we organized a MOBILITAS day on the theme of transition and sustainable mobility in the Mediterranean.