CSP&O and its partners design the US Driverless vehicles debates

In mid-April, the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes and its local partners, the Museum of Science in Boston, the Center for Smart Cities and Regions at Arizona State University, and the University of Maryland, convened meetings to design the local sessions for the US debates. At these meetings, they…

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Citizen’s debate on driverless vehicles in Aachen

As part of the international consortium of the citizen’s debate on driverless mobility, the City of Aachen joined up with RWTH Aachen University to invite 2000 people to the register for the debate on April 6th, 2019. 180 people applied and 100 of them were eventually invited to participate. “We…

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A first Citizens’ Debate on Autonomous Mobility in Aachen, Germany

On April 6th, 2019, the first Citizens’ Debate on Autonomous Mobility in Germany took place in Aachen. This was the opening event of a series of debates to take place in Germany over the coming months. Together with our local partners from the City of Aachen administration and the RWTH…

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Automated Mobility discussed all over Austria

On Saturday April 6th, 2019, automated mobility was the topic of a citizen’s dialogue in five Austrian cities. Almost 170 people attended the events in Vienna, Linz, Graz, Pörtschach and Salzburg to discuss the potential of this new technology. Automated mobility is an exciting but sometimes frightening topic. The potential…

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Why Keolis is supporting the citizens debate on driverless mobility

As urban growth accelerates and mobility needs increase, the challenge in the coming years will be to develop new mobility solutions that are shared, sustainable, driverless and adapted to passenger expectations (in terms of services). As the world leader in shared and driverless mobility, Keolis puts these new mobility challenges…

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A citizens’ jury to discuss the future of our pension system

In France, the overhaul of the pension system is being steered by the High Commissioner for Pension Reform, Jean-Paul Delevoye. The entire population will be affected so eight debates were held in various regions across the country giving people the chance to set out their questions, wishes and red lines…

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Citizens’ panel on the future of Europe

Three citizens’ debates on the future of Europe were held in 2018: one with 100 citizens whose names were drawn at random in 27 countries, which kicked off the series of consultations; the second with 50 citizens from Franche-Comté and Burgundy in eastern France, also selected at random; and the…

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Europe has found its place among the stars

Has the idea of space, and the opportunities it opens up, become obvious to the general public? The response is positive but not completely clear-cut. On first analysis, some outcomes are particularly noteworthy. According to participants in the Citizens’ debate on Space for Europe organised by Missions Publiques for the…

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