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 Comobility Project

 
​CoMobility is a transdisciplinary international research project in which we analyse attitudes and behaviours related to mobility, with a particular focus on alternatives to the use of private cars. In the co-creation process, we plan to identify barriers and opportunities for different mobility choices. Also, we will co-design interventions and solutions that will facilitate a permanent habitual change regarding the choice of the means of transportation. The solutions co-created together with municipalities, local communities, businesses, and other relevant stakeholders will be assessed with respect to their impact on the quality of air and traffic in Warsaw. Our research will result in the package of tools and methods, including the documentation of the co-creation process of new transport solutions and the integrated machine learning, transport and environmental model. The project team consists of scientists from three Warsaw universities (UW, WUT and SGH), physicists (NILU) and anthropologists (FNI) from Norway, members of the Warsaw non-governmental "On-site Foundation", and representatives of the City of Lublin. We work closely with the City of Warsaw, and we also stay in touch with the City of Krakow and the Association of Polish Cities. CoMobility benefits from a 2.05 million € grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants. The National Centre for Research and Development is the project Operator. 

The consortium members: University of Warsaw (Leader), SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw University of Technology, "On-site" Foundation, Lublin City Office, Norwegian Institute for Air Research, The Fridtjof Nansen Foundation.

Project period:     01.03.2021 - 01.03.2024

Project budget:    8 868 049.57 PLN

Project website: https://comobility.edu.pl/en/homepage/
 

 Greencoin Project

 
​Cities worldwide are currently seeking innovative solutions and services to balance the rapid urbanisation, economic growth, and environmental sustainability. Yhere has been a long search for ways to effectively encourage and promote pro-environmental behaviours among urban citizens to escalate positive actions that can bring substantial impacts to urban sustainability. The aim of the Greencoin project is to introduce a new pro-ecological information system based on an application to be designed in an interdisciplinary environment in order to engage citizens in pro-ecological activities by shaping climate awareness and inclusion. It proposes an interactive experiment in rewarding citizens for pro-environmental behaviour and, in parallel, developing a marketplace mechanism where citizens can purchase environmentally friendly goods and services by using their rewards point. The results of the project will be tested in the real environment in Tricity, Poland. The Greencoin project benefits from €1.9 million in funding received from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Funds.

The consortium mambers: Gdańsk University of Technology (Leader), SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Maria Grzegorzewska Univercity, City Initiative Association, OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, University of Stavanger

Project period:     01.03.2021 - 01.03.2024

Project budget:    8 432 287.5 PLN

Project website: http://greencoin.pl/index.php/en/__trashed/