Panel discussion with BigMile at 14th German Sustainability Award

The German Sustainability Award honours groundbreaking contributions to the transformation towards a sustainable future. The prize aims to motivate key players to engage in transformation, to network them across borders and to stimulate partnerships. It uses the best examples to show how ecological and social progress in business, municipalities, the building industry, and research can succeed more quickly. The prize is awarded annually at the end of each year in Düsseldorf and is currently awarded in eight categories.

Tobias Häßler, Managing Director of BigMile Germany GmbH will be participating in a panel discussion at 11.30 AM CET:

The right path is the goal – orientation for the traffic turnaround

Rising gasoline and local public transport prices despite billions in subsidies for fossil fuels. E-car bonusses and at the same time the world’s most expensive electricity price, commuter flat rate on the dump and the train before the breakup. In hardly any other sector is the transformation taking place in such a contradictory manner.

What about the vaunted intermodality? What contributions do railways, automobile manufacturers and suppliers, aviation and shipping want to make in order to lead logistics and mobility into the carbon-free age? Where are role models in sight?

Panelists:

  • Tobias Häßler, Managing Director from BigMile Germany GmbH
  • Dr. Moritz Petersen, Director from Center for Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chains on the KLU Kühne Logistics University
  • Dr. Günther Schweitzer, Member of the Board CPO from Schmitz Cargobull AG
  • Dr. Jens Sprotte, VP Marketing & Strategy Germany/Austria /Switzerland from Alstom Group

Moderation:

Sebastian Reimann, Editor of DVZ Deutsche Verkehrs-Zeitung

About the 14. German Sustainability Award

Since 2008, the Deutscher Nachhaltig­keitspreis (DNP or German Sustainability Award) has been giving sustainability in companies and in society a big stage and presenting the best concepts against global warming, overuse of resources, species extinction and social division. This year, the award will be presented in Düsseldorf for the fourteenth time.


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