MEP, Chair of the Transport and tourism Committee of the European Parliament (France)
Responsible for a report on sustainable urban mobility when the Volkswagen scandal broke out, she gradually specialised in the issues linked to air pollution and the future of mobility. In February 2016, after having worked to set up a European Parliament inquiry committee on the “dieselgate”, she became vice-president of the Commission of Inquiry on the measurement of emissions in the automotive sector.
The recent pandemic showed it all: cities will never be the same. In Brussels, Milan, Paris or Berlin, bike lanes are spreading. With a European #GreenDeal in the pipe, a sustainable revolution is on its way. But there will be no transition if citizens don’t change the way they move. In this interview, MEP Karima […]