Speaker 1: Damian Hajduk, Technical Community, Eastern European Group
Speaker 2: Michał Dzięcielski, Civil Society, Eastern European Group
Speaker 3: Mazur Bartosz, Private Sector, Eastern European Group
Damian Hajduk, Technical Community, Eastern European Group
Michał Dzięcielski, Intergovernmental Organization, Eastern European Group
Mazur Bartosz, Intergovernmental Organization, Eastern European Group
Round Table - U-shape - 90 Min
1) How we can use the technology to limit our time and resources consumption on a very simple human activity planing such as travel or delivery? 2) How the sustainable transport planning with its easiest form can ancourage people and organization to make a custom shift towards a (more) sustainable shape of their basic activity? 3) Is there any reason we should NOT go from the over-resource-consuming model nowadays to an easy and basing on primary needs and simpliest data input transport planning model, when we CAN?
Microscopic, dispersed, fragmented, sectional, branch-divided, obsolete transport "planning" to be reshaped and integrated instead in a proper sustainable one.
GOAL 1: No Poverty
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-Being
GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
GOAL 10: Reduced Inequalities
GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
GOAL 12: Responsible Production and Consumption
GOAL 13: Climate Action
GOAL 17: Partnerships for the Goals
Easy, seamless, convenient, environment and user-friendly travel (and delivery) planning. Just one integrated planing tool, instead of so many fragmented. The user defines only the basic points of A (start) and of B (destination), to get simple integrated plan and its execution possibility as One Plan.
Dialogue between various stakeholders resulting in workshop's miniraport. Publication of an article/wider raport possible. Inivtation to work furthure and even continously with inclusion of the participants strongly possible.
1. we will introduce and explain the idea 2. by simple given examples we will take experience case study description from the participants from their actuall experience 3. we will have some brainstrom 4. working in groups will be considered 5. summarize when possibly everybody will have some say, to close us to some common range of view.
Relevance to Internet Governance: Well, the main key to understand the idea is to understand how the current technology allows us to go futher beyond the traditional horizons of our views on what is possible towards: yes, we can. Significant portion of transport planning is combined certainly with ICT matters, widely-understood, especially when we are under consideration of such a wide-ranged integration in analysis, planning and decision-making processes. Which brings us all together to the Internet Governance issues either.
Relevance to Theme: Sustainability understood as less-wasted economy, let us to consider limit if not abandon the yesterday's habits with todays possibilities to shape a better and tomorrow future. The person who is provided with a sustainable transport possibilities reducing the time-of-travel need by only 10 minutes a day, is up to 5% more efficient. The time of travel, the mobility habits, the senseless demandful microsystems consumes to much of artifcial (internet) as well as traditional resouces. Time. Paper. Money. Integrated sutaible transport planning is the matter of urgency. We need simplicity to achieve sustainability.
Usage of IGF Official Tool. Additional Tools proposed: We might consider some popular and efficient of them (e.g zoom). Well, guess you could give us some hint as well.