The Centre Cultural La Nau of Universitat de València celebrates on Monday 14th October, a new round table of Claustre Obert programme entitled: “Movilidad sostenible: patinetes, coches y motos eléctricas, bicicletas y otros medios de transporte cambian los usos sociales y el paisaje urbano” (Sustainable mobility: electric scooters, cars and motorbikes, bicycles and other means of transport change the social manners and the urban landscape). This conference will take place at 7:00 pm at La Nau. This event has also been organised by Universitat de València and Levante –EMV daily paper.
The round table, moderated by Julio Monreal, journalist and General Director of Institutional Relations of Prensa Ibérica Publishing house, will have the intervention of Joaquín Longares, Iberdrola’s delegate in the Valencian Community; Mariano Silveyra, president of Cabify in Spain; María José Broseta, president of Federación de Asociaciones de Vecinos de Valencia (Federation of Valencian Neighborhood Organisation), and Carlos Fernández Bielsa, mayor of Mislata and vice president of Valencian Provincial Council.
In this debate, it will talk about the new urban mobility that in some way is changing our cities as we knew them today. Things like the controversial electric scooters, the increase of the use of bicycles and limitation in private traffic will be the themes during the round table.
The schedule will continue on November, Monday 11th, in a session dedicated to the present and future of animal’s rights. On December, on Monday 9th, it will end the Claustre Obert programme with the analysis of the future of the pension made by specialists.
Claustre Obert is a programme drawn up and run jointly by the teams of the Office of the Vice-Principal for Culture and Sport of the Universitat de València and the Levante-EMV newspaper. It is intended to be a space for meeting and debate, with a plural and open vocation, which analyses social and economic reality through a circle of conferences that have been held on a Monday of every month since January of this year.