A New Mobility Ecosystem: Innovating for a Low Carbon Future

16:55 – 17:45

Digital technologies are crucial to the transformation of our mobility ecosystem towards more sustainable and resilient models. And businesses are in a unique position to harness the value of digital solutions and increase access to data sources across different modes of transportation, with a view to enhancing safety and accessibility, and lowering carbon emissions in our journey towards zero emissions.


  • What technological and data innovations are needed to de-risk and scale deployment growth towards low-carbon mobility in Hong Kong?
  • How can industry keep pace with new technological opportunities and adapt to challenges, regulatory support and synergy with government and other relevant stakeholders?
  • What does the climate-cyber resiliency nexus mean for our sustainable mobility transition? What is the state of play in Hong Kong?

Post-Event Actions

  • Rethink how your company and industry can support the mobility transition to best address barriers and risks of transformation.


Eli Konvitz

Expert in sustainable urban development

Eli Konvitz is an independent expert advisor and consultant in sustainable urban development and innovation, and adjunct associate professor at HKU. Previously he was a director at Atkins, co-founded startup localCarbon, and at Arup in London.

Eli sits on the ULI HK executive committee and the HKIUD’s public affairs and international affairs committees. A graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, he is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Building on Hong Kong’s existing advantages and quiet achievements to show the city and the world what is possible, and accelerate positive change for real and timely effects.