On Wednesday, 25 Jan 2023 at 17:00 CET, @inge is hosting an online participatory workshop with dr Paul Nieuwenhuis on circularity and sustainability in automotive industry
The impact of the car is not just tailpipe emissions; it’s much broader. So, how do we envision a green future with cars? Is that compatible: sustainability and cars?
Dr. Paul Nieuwenhuis, a self-styled ‘automotive philosopher,’ will discuss how we got here - from mass production to environmental impacts - and how we can move to more sustainable and green models.
Nieuwenhuis has a background in automotive consultancy and academia, working with the Centre for Automotive Industry Research at Cardiff Business School in Wales, UK. His publications focus on the motor car’s environmental impact and possible solutions.
The workshop focuses on four questions:
- How does the automotive industry work?
- What are its environmental impacts?
- What is the importance of building a relationship with your car?
- Which possible future scenarios exist?
The format is an interview with dr Nieuwenhuis, with live Q&A parts.
The participation is free, this is the link for the registration.
The workshop is a part of Treasure, one of our research projects, focusing on the possible evolution of the automotive towards circular practices.
If you cannot join, but you would like to ask a question, give your contribution, feel free to post a question or a comment in reply to this post. If possible, we will discuss it with dr Nieuwenhuis.