It’s time to draw conclusions. This is the end of GRASS project. Works under the project lasted nearly three years: from June 2013 to April 2016. Download bulletin
The beginning of 2016 was very busy. In January, the fifth meeting of the roundtable was held. Then, the second edition of the Green Cities Conference was prepared. And finally, in early March, the Conference was held. Download bulletin
Another year comes to an end. It was a year of hard work for the members of the project team. During this time further studies on freight deliveries in Szczecin and Oslo well conducted, as well as work continued on the construction of the model of pollution propagation generated by vehicles in urban areas. Download bulletin
In this issue of e-biulletin you can find information on meeting of the steering comittee that took place in Oslo, and about the conference in Bazylea in which members of GRASS project team took part. Download bulletin
The next calendar year has started and the GRASS team has a very busy time. The second working meeting of stakeholders, the so-called round table, was organized already at the beginning of February. It was preceded by intensive work on the research carried out under the third work package. Download bulletin (PDF)
The seventh issue of e-bulletin provides information about the current state of works related to the GRASS project. Szczecin and Oslo teams still conduct research on the freight transport in the center of these cities. The results are continuously developed by the working group. Download bulletin
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The fourth edition of the e-bulletin is issued just after the first anniversary of the launch of the GRASS Project. For this reason, it has a unique character because it summarizes the actions that have been already taken and completed. Read bulletin (PDF)
The Project’s team initiated and organized the Day of Sustainable Development designated to the students of Maritime University of Szczecin.
Within the scope of it series of lectures has been delivered by the lectures working at the Faculty of Economics and Transport Engineering. The main goal of it was to make students to aware of the need of taking activities supporting sustainable development. Continue reading
It may be said that the Green – Green Logistics for Greener Cities, which took place on 19-21May in Szczecin was a complete success.
It was attended by nearly 50 scientists, including world-renowed authorities: prof. Michael Browne from University of Westminster, prof. Ron van Duin from the Delft University of Technology, prof. Massimo Marciani from Luiss University of Rome, prof. Eiichi Taniguchi from the Institute of City Logistics Kyoto, and prof. Russell G. Thompson from University of Melbourne.