The 1st Press Release of MOBI-TWIN is out!
The 36-month European project, MOBI-TWIN, which focuses on the Twin Transition and changing patterns of spatial mobility, taking a regional approach to redefine regional attractiveness, has recently launched its activities.
This EU-funded initiative aims to analyze the evolving drivers of spatial mobility and explore the impact of the Twin Transitions, encompassing the green and digital transition, on regional attractiveness and human mobility. By utilizing advanced information and computer modeling techniques, MOBI-TWIN strives to gain comprehensive insights into the effects of these changes on different regions of Europe.
The project recognizes that the Twin Transition presents both opportunities and challenges for European regions. As some areas experience growth and allure due to the emerging prospects of the green and digital revolution, others face the risk of being left behind. MOBI-TWIN seeks to develop innovative policies that promote balance and inclusivity, harnessing the positive effects of the Twin Transition.
The consortium consists of nine esteemed partners from Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, France, Greece, Cyprus, and Finland. Together, they bring a wealth of expertise and knowledge to the project, ensuring its success. The project coordinator, White Research SRL oversees the consortium and project activities to achieve the objectives and Key Performance Indicators.
The project’s kick-off meeting took place in Brussels, Belgium, on June 29th and 30th, 2023, gathering more than 15 participants. The meeting served as an excellent opportunity for all partners to collaborate, exchange crucial information, and engage in fruitful discussions regarding the key points and activities related to the green and digital transition.
To learn more about MOBI-TWIN and its objectives, stay tuned for further updates on our website and explore the project’s press release section here.