The Mobility in Transition Platform is a tool for renewed dialogue and consultation
It brings together actors from the industrial, economic, academic worlds, territories, NGOs, think-tanks, representatives of civil society and energy companies.
Members can debate, exchange and test their ideas and hypotheses, without the requirement for consensus, in a protected space under Chatham House rules.
The Platform aims to create a multi-stakeholder process for exploring issues, characterizing risks or opportunities, and a unique tool for protected dialogue, with the aim of contributing to public debate and the understanding of political decision-makers. The Platform is neither a consultancy nor an advocacy organization, and is positioned outside the media debate .
01New memberships are reviewed by members at annual governance meetings.
02Membership involves the signing of the membership and participation protocol as well as a confidentiality agreement if necessary.
03Members choose which sessions to attend according to their interests
04Compliance with antitrust and Chatham House rules is required.
05The results of the programs carried out are not based on consensus. Members have no right of veto over the analyses and recommendations produced. They can choose to associate themselves with, oppose or not react to publications.
Our technical partner
C-Ways is a research consultancy specializing in data sciences, with a license issued by the French Ministry of the Interior to exploite the French Vehicle Registration System (SIV) . C-Ways
supports the Institut Mobilités as a technical service provider and provider of raw data.
Université Gustave Eiffel
I4CE – Institute for Climate Economics
Le groupe Volvo
Réseau Action Climat
Arval BNP Paribas
Association nationale pour le développement de la mobilité électrique
Banque des Territoires
CARA European Cluster for mobility solutions
Grand Lyon La Métropole
Alliance des collectivités pour la qualité de l’air
European Climate Foundation
Une organisation philanthropique visant à favoriser le développement d’une société neutre en carbone et à aider l’Europe à accroître encore son leadership international dans l’atténuation du changement climatique.