FNE: shaping the future of mobility

Mobility spans economic, social and environmental concerns. We need to come up with new ways of getting around, and find the right place for the car in the mobility of tomorrow.

France Nature Environnement (FNE) and the PSA Foundation have been working together precisely on this issue – shaping the future of mobility – for many years now.

In 2013 and 2014, FNE and PSA Foundation, in association with Mobivia Groupe and Kéolis, deliver a first guide which target was to show the need to overcome the "solo car" traditional standard in order to enter the new period of clean, shared, connected, inter and multi-modal mobility:

In 2016, in the wake of COP 21 (Conférence Paris Climat 2015) the same partners pool their expertises and experiments by collecting several evidences, in order to figure out solutions for building a sustainable mobility model:

In 2016 and 2017, FNE and PSA Foundation, with the support of Mobivia, note the increase of new solutions for mobility which are really helpt by the digital revolution, and which change a lot our habits and established models; the partners report an overview of this evolution and share their thinkings about these emerging issues:

In 2018, following the Assises Nationales de la Mobilité and waiting for the Loi d’orientation sur les mobilités, FNE and PSA Foundation wish to continue their partnership in a pragmatic way; decision is taken to publish a practical document for professors and educators, as a 2 years job product, in order to promote sustainable mobility with educational and awareness actions towards young people; this educational guide builds on the frame of Order 2015-018 from Ministère de l’Education Nationale which deals with spreading education to sustainability beside all educational institutions:

In 2019 and 2020, FNE and the PSA Foundation continued their partnership in the field by developing an innovative approach to identify and support development projects in the region and the "eco-neighbourhoods" label for three territories. Thus a semi rural district, Robien in Saint Brieuc, an urban district, the Mont Valérien in Suresnes, and finally a rural district, the Cassini gardens in Coudray, were selected. These experiences have led to the development of a best practice guide for local authority decision-makers to ensure that sustainable mobility is at the heart of future development projects.

Website: www.fne.asso.fr