Here you have the full workshop from the 9th of November 2015 at the COP21 in Le Bourget in Paris.
In December 2013 there came a investigation from the Swedish Government on how the transport sector can be fossile independent to the year 2030. The Swedish text is here http://www.regeringen.se/rattsdokument/statens-offentliga-utredningar/2013/12/sou-201384/
About Sweden becoming fossile independent you can find information here on the government pages http://www.government.se/government-policy/fossil-free-sweden/
This seminar the 9th of November 2015 at the COP21 was lead by Mattias Goldmann from FORES, a green and liberal thinktank. Other speakers were Cornie Huizenga from SLOCAT, Björn-Ola Linnér from Linköping University, Christine Lins from REN21 and Hans Göran Folkesson from Clean Motion.
I myself, Urpo Taskinen, made also a small contribution by telling that I biked from Juoksengi at the Arctic Circle in Sweden to COP21 in Paris with my velomobile. The key point in my short speach was that I actually do my working trips in Norrbotten county, an area covering 24,6% (25%) of the area of Sweden. That is bigger than the area of Belgium and Netherlands together!
A velomobile is a fast bicycle, in my case only driven by muscle power. You can read something about the trip in this blog http://LessCO2.wordpress.com
Fossiloberoende fordonsflotta till 2030. Utredningen ”Fossilfrihet på väg” kom i december 2013.
Sidan med länkarna till utredningen och underlagsmaterialet finns här http://www.regeringen.se/rattsdokument/statens-offentliga-utredningar/2013/12/sou-201384/
Själva utredningen finns här – http://www.regeringen.se/contentassets/7bb237f0adf546daa36aaf044922f473/fossilfrihet-pa-vag-sou-201384-del-12 (del 1) och http://www.regeringen.se/contentassets/7bb237f0adf546daa36aaf044922f473/fossilfrihet-pa-vag-sou-201384-del-22 (del 2).