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  • 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 1 Stockholm has done it! Integrating sustainable solutions
  • Who we are! Gunnar Söderholm, head of Stina Thörnelöf water the Environment and health expert adm Nils Lundkvist head of dep for waste Gustaf Landahl, head of dep for planning and environment Malin Ekman, head of Helene Lindman, project department for air control coordinator 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 2
  • Vision 2030 combining growth with sustainable development 150 000 more citizens Denser city Fossil free 2050 Waste use – recycling Urban structure and green belts Integrated sustainable solutions Public Awareness 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 3
  • Environmental management Sixth Environment Programme Integrated Management System Environmental goals are followed up in the same way as economics Environmental index 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 4
  • The Hammarby Waterfront project Size 180 ha 10 400 new flats 200.000 m2 new offices, services Construction time 1995–2017 Sustainable development Renewable energy use Integrated transport and land use Eco cycle model 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 5
  • Two new sustainable areas Lövholmen Norra Djurgårdsstaden 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 6
  • Emissions of carbon-dioxide 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 7
  • Improved energy performance for buildings 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 8
  • Urban renewal, improving energy performance Husby from the 1960:ies Improving energy efficiency • From 158 to 30 or 64 kwh/m2,year Energy system and supply • Photoelectric panels • Better use of district heating • Reducing the need for bought energy • Garbage disposals for biogas production 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 9
  • District heating & Co-generation Co-generation, biofuels, waste Heat pumps from sewage water Market share 75 % Fossil fuel 21 % District cooling 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 10
  • Collection and treatment of household waste Collection – today 32 of 75 trucks run on biogas – 2010 all trucks on non fossil fuel Treatment – Waste to energy Incineration • 770 000 ton/year • 2 TWh for district heating • 500 GWh electricity – Biological treatment digestion • 4 500 ton/year • Biogas • Biofertiliser 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 11
  • Bulky waste and hazardous waste Bulky waste from households and commercial waste from small companies – Recycling centre (ÅVC) Hazardous waste – 20 Stationary collection stations, – 1 Mobil collection station – 20 Paint shops – 1200 Battery boxes – Pharmacies 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 12
  • Transport 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 13
  • Sustainable transport by Carrots & Sticks! Carrots Sticks Improved cycle lanes Environmental zones Increased public transport for lorries and busses use Congestion taxation New ways of transport – Car-sharing clubs – Better information – Adaptive traffic signals Goods logistics Clean vehicles 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 14
  • Car, cycle and public transport to the inner city 180 Thousand of commuters per weekday 160 140 120 Cyclists 100 Cars 80 Public transport 60 40 20 0 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 Year 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 15
  • Sales of Clean vehicles Sweden & Stockholm region 2001–2008 40% Goal 2010* Citycars 35% Market Share 30% E85 25% 20% Methane 15% 10% Electric and Hybrid 5% 0% 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 q1 2008 2009 2010 *(Stockholms Miljöprogram 2008–2011) 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 16
  • Goals and achievements Tonnes CO2-ekv per capita 6 5,3 4,5 5 4,0 4 3,0 3 2 Fossil fuel free 1 0 1990 2000 2005 2015 2050 Real Development Goals 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 17
  • Congestion charges 20 % decrease in traffic 10 – 14 % decrease of emissions 2 – 10 % better air quality Less human exposure From huge opposition to broad majority in favor 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 18
  • Stockholm meets air quality directives Well below EC limit values – Sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides (NOx), lead, benzene, carbon monoxide, particulate matter PM2,5 Well below EC target values – Arsenic, cadmium, nickel, benzo(a)pyrene, ozone Below EC limit values except some traffic hotspots – Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), particulate matter PM10 Ben- SO2 NO2 NOx PM10 Pb CO Ozon As Cd Ni BaP PM2,5 sen 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 19
  • Infrastructure investments New tram lines New com- mutertrain tunnel under the inner city 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 20
  • World class port Highest environmental standard Rated 7 of 800 ports Reduction of SOx and NOx - 60% and 40% in ten years Differentiated port tariffs Discount for ships with low sulphurous fuels Land connected power supply 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 21
  • Sustainable water management Drinking water of high and consistent quality • Full compliance with the EU drinking Water Directive • Extended restricted area - Lake Mälaren Tertiary treatment of waste water • 98 % reduction of phosphorous • 70 % reduction of nitrogen Highly acclaimed control program • From the city centre, 30 km to the east in the archipelago, > 30 control points 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 22
  • Stockholm Water Programme 2006-2015 In accordance with the EU WFD Stockholm shall have a good water status Stockholm’s lakes and watercourses shall be attractive recreational areas for all 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 23
  • The green and blue city 8 natural and cultural reserves National city park Species database 85 % are pleased with access to park or green areas 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 24
  • 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM PAGE 25
  • Thank you 26/01/2009 THE CITY OF STOCKHOLM http://www.miljobarometern.stockholm.se/default.asp?mp=GC PAGE 26