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E-Posters Slide Show at the Local Government Climate Lounge at COP 15, Copenhagen, Denmark, 7-18 December 2009, Bella Center Hall C6

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  • 1. Copenhagen, Denmark, 7 to 18 December 2009 Hall C6 – ICLEI Office, Bella Center
  • 2. ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability and UNEP have partnered for years in supporting cities to address the climate change challenges at the local level, through political support, advocacy and capacity-building activities. UNEP is pleased to support the Local Government Climate Roadmap under the leadership of ICLEI to ensure that a strong local government position is defined to be an integral part of the post-2012 global climate agreement. Achim Steiner Photo by UNEP
  • 3. Photo by UNEP
  • 4. São Paulo, Brazil
    • 2009 Municipal Action on Climate Change which is the first comprehensive climate change legislation approved in Brazil
    • The law established a target of 30% reduction in emissions in the next 4 years
    • City has already reduced its emissions by 20% since 2005 due to landfills generating biogas
    • Public transportation investment: expansion of bus rapid transits, electrical buses and bicycle lanes
    • São Paulo City and Park
    • Wanderley Celestino
    • Landfill
    • Environment and Green Spaces Secretariat
  • 5. Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
    • Is a renowned solar and green city, systematically addressing climate change
    • Climate Protection Strategy aims for a 40% CO2 reduction by 2030
    • Measures include:
    • Switching to 50% co-generation for electricity and heating
    • Integrated transport system
    • New low energy city districts
    • Expand use of solar and bio-energy
    • Public transport and bikes
    • Dave Waldron
    • Freiburg’s cathedral spire and wind turbines
    • City of Freiburg
  • 6. Albertslund, Denmark
    • 25 % less CO2 in 2015
    • Climate Laboratory – green and innovative solutions
    • Climate friendly renovation of residential areas
    • Passive house institutions
    • GATE21 - forum for sustainability and cooperation
    • Photo by Albertslund Municipality
  • 7. Surat, India
    • Joined the Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN)
    • One of ten cities being supported by the ACCCRN initiative to develop and implement plans to withstand climate change impacts
    • City faces two sources of flooding: from the river and the release of water from the Ukai dam
    • The city produced a flood plan since it has experienced major floods almost every 4 years
    • Surat slum settlement on flood plain
    • City of Surat
    • Surat’s vulnerable communities on the waterfront
    • City of Surat
  • 8. City of Aalborg Denmark
    • Aalborg Charter & Aalborg Commitments
    • C02 neutral district heating
    • CO2 emission reduced 30% since 1990
    • Energy consumption covered by 25% wind power
    • 15% C02 reduction by integrated waste management
  • 9. Apu í , Brazil
    • Pledging to reduce emissions from deforestation and restore degraded areas within the municipality
    • Part of the Municipal Plan for Deforestation Reduction and Climate Change Mitigation
    • First step taken through Apu í Green project, in partnership with NGO Idesam, reforesting 1,500 ha of native forests and preventing 3,600 ha from deforestation
    • Next step to switch from burning diesel fuel to renewable biomass
    • Apuí‘s natural landscape
    • City of Apuí
  • 10. Malmö, Sweden
    • See sustainability in reality! Visit Malmö – Only 20 minutes with the train across the bridge.
    • Western Harbour with 100% locally renewable energy district.
    • The third-largest wind farm in the world outside Malmö produces energy for 60 000 homes.
    • Best bicycle town in Sweden with every fourth trip on bike.
    • Free Study Tours available: www.malmo.se/sustainablecity
    • Photo by Daniel Skog, City of Malmö
  • 11. Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network
    • Build resilience of poor and vulnerable people to climate change impacts
    • Increase capacity of cities to plan and implement resilience strategies
    • Promote urban resilience building measures
    • Partnerships to replicate resilience strategies
    Working in partnership in India, Indonesia, Thailand and Viet Nam to: www.rockfound.org
  • 12. Barcelona, Spain
    • The promotion of a sustainable urban city structure together with the implementation of sustainable energy policies has ranked Barcelona among the Western world’s cities with the lowest CO2 emissions per capita (under 4 tones eCO2/year).
    • The implementation of the Barcelona’s Solar Thermal Ordinance since the year 2.000 has multiplied per more than 40 the surface of solar thermal panels, currently reaching over 60.000 sq metres which represent a saving of over 8.836 tones of eCO2/year.
    • Barcelona also promotes the installation of solar photovoltaic installations in municipal facilities like schools in order to fulfil a twofold function: the use of natural energy resources to produce electricity and the use of these installations for environmental education purposes.
    • Photovoltaic solar panels of the City Hall
    • City of Barcelona
    Fostering the use of solar energy in Barcelona
  • 13. Durban, eThekwini Municipality, South Africa
    • One of the first cities in the world to investigate adaptation needs and start reacting to them
    • Deputy Mayor of Durban: “We, on the African continent, face significant challenges as Africa is the continent most at risk from climate change.”
    • Municipal Climate Protection Programme (MCPP) initiated in 2004 to inform local planning and decision making
    • Planting of indigenous trees as part of Durban’s 2010 World Cup commitment of carbon neutrality
    • Susan Vilijoen, Wildlands Conservation Trust
    • Green Roof Pilot Project
    • Clive Greenstone, Green Roof Designs CC
  • 14. Eco-Model City Project, Japan
    • 13 Japanese cities selected for project for making concrete action plans for achieving drastic reduction of GHG emissions by 2050
    • Small cities taking advantage of this program to develop unique systems compatible with their situation
    • 5th October, 2009 a conference was held discussing and promoting the innovative activities taken by Eco-Model Cities
    • The International Conference on Promoting
    • Low-Carbon Cities
    • Eco-Model City Project Japan
    • Turning the power on to overcome pollution and to win a victory over global warming
    • Eco-Model City Project Japan
  • 15. Bogor, Indonesia
    • Encouraged cross-sectoral coordination of climate change actions
    • City to adopt city level renewable energy and energy efficiency policy
    • in 2007
    • Transportation, switched from 11 to 35 passenger minibuses
    • Energy, implemented LEDs in traffic lights
    • Waste management with communal septic tanks producing methane gas for fuel needs
    • Reducing traffic in the city quarters Sebelum (left) and Sesuda (right)
    • Bogor, Indonesia
  • 16. Earth Day Network?
    • Nothing listed in e-posters paid folder other than ordering the poster
  • 17. Copenhagen, Denmark . 7 to 18 December 2009 Hall C6 – ICLEI Office, Bella Center
  • 18. ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability and UNEP have partnered for years in supporting cities to address the climate change challenges at the local level, through political support, advocacy and capacity-building activities. UNEP is pleased to support the Local Government Climate Roadmap under the leadership of ICLEI to ensure that a strong local government position is defined to be an integral part of the post-2012 global climate agreement. Achim Steiner Photo by UNEP
  • 19. Photo by UNEP
  • 20. AFLRA in climate change mitigation and adaptation
    • Vision:
    • Local authorities proactive in climate issues
    • Holistic mitigation solutions in land use, transport, energy and procurement with new technology
    • Stakeholders’ increased awareness and willingness to act
    • Climate-friendly living environment for citizens and businesses
    • Objectives:
    • Support to local mitigation policies and activities
    • Support to public services and societal functions in changing circumstances
    • Incentive for positive business and employment opportunities
    • Demand for fair national burden sharing and appropriate means for mitigation and adaptation
    Cities for Climate Protection-Finland Carbon Neutral Municipalities
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  • 24. Belo Horizonte, Brasil
    • “ Guidelines about Climate Change and Eco-efficiency in Belo Horizonte” by the Municipal Committee about Climate Change and Eco-efficiency
    • Law that established the Municipal Policy to Encourage the Use of Alternative Forms of Energy, such as solar and gas energy.
    • Between 2000 and 2007, according to the Municipal Inventory of Emissions of GHG, there was an increase in consumption of ethanol hydrous higher than gasoline.
    • High solar irradiation: is the city with the highest concentration of buildings with solar heating system in South America
    • Photo by PMBH
  • 25. London, UK
    • Responsible procurement for a green London
    • Greater London Authority uses their purchasing power, 3 billion pounds a year, to deliver long term benefits to London
    Three responsible procurement themes: 1) Buildings Energy Efficiency Programme 2) Electric Vehicles 3) Highway Maintenance Contracts
    • Building green, under the watch of the London Eye
    • Responsible Procurement
    • Highway maintenance in London
    • Responsible Procurement
  • 26. Aguascalientes, Mexico
    • Developed local bio-fuel industry
    • Generates electricity from their landfill
    • Only city in Mexico selling carbon credits through the Clean Development Mechanism
    • Project reduced annual city emissions by 50,735 tonnes of eCO 2
    • Photo of incinerator in city landfill
    • City of Aguascalientes
    • Construction of new cells in the landfill
    • City of Aguascalientes
  • 27. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    • River valley forms the largest urban park in North America and has over 150 km of trails
    • Community-based greenhouse gas reduction strategy
    • 86% citizen participation in recycling program
    • Biofuels facility to reduce CO2 footprint by more than 6 million tonnes over the next 25 years
    • Emphasis on eco-mobility
    • Photo by City of Edmonton
  • 28. Baoding, China
    • Encourages local industry to manufacture solar and wind energy products
    • Seeks to conserve and expand its wetland reserve
    • Restructured economic plan to focus on developing new energy industries
    • Annual generating capacity of Diangu Jinijang International Hotel is 260,000 kWh
    • The exterior solar wall of Diangu Jinjiang International Hotel, the landmark of Baoding”s “City of Solar Power”.
    • City of Baoding
    • Residential building with centralized solar water heating system
    • City of Baoding
  • 29. Bonn, Germany’s United Nations City
    • Seat of UNFCCC and ICLEI World Secretariat
    • Local Action: Climate Action Programme - Received European Energy Award (Gold Standard) in 2008
    • Global Interaction: SPICE Project Schools from Bonn and Bukhara (Uzbekistan) Work for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energies
    • Advocacy: World Mayors Council on Climate Change, Covenant of Mayors, Climate Alliance, ICLEI, Eurocities
        • Solar Cataster: Feasibility/potential capacity of Solar Thermal Plants and Photovoltaic Plants for Buildings
        • Subsidy Programme for Solar Thermal Plants
        • Heating Plant with Steam Turbine Saving 194000 Tons of CO 2 per Annum ( minus 10 % - based on 1990 figures)
        • Eco-Profit Programme
    • Photo City of Bonn
  • 30. Bushland Protection Strategy protecting 150ha of privately owned land, creating a carbon sink. Living Smart Pilot Program created positive change in community behaviour reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Completed Climate Change Risk Assessment and Adaptation Plan for coastal zone. 100% of Council’s electricity and vehicle emissions offset by tree plantings and carbon credits and generated by renewable energy. Sustainable Mandurah Home demonstrates to the community ecologically responsible design, construction and living. Mandurah, Western Australia Mandurah: vibrant, prosperous, connected and sustainable...excited about our future
  • 31. Betim, Brazil
    • Foundation of the Reference Center on Renewable Energies
    • Use of ethanol fuel in public vehicles
    • Energy Efficiency in all public lighting
    • Photo by SMAM
    • Installation of solar heaters for low income families
    • Reduction of 52% on energy bills cost
    Municipality of A City for All
  • 32. Kaohsiung City LG Lounge Presentation (2009/12/10) 20:00 - 22:00 Kaohsiung City, Chinese Taipei G eography
    • Population: 1.5 Million
    • Area: 153.5927 km 2
    • Climate: Tropical, 18.6~28.7 0 C
    Characteristics
    • World’s 10th busiest port
    • Heavy industrial but now transforming city
    • Shiny, easy going, humanity, and safety
    Prospect
    • Green and eco-industrial City
    120°14'30" - 120°23'30" Green Efforts
    • Bike path
    • Kaohsiung MRT
    • Solar photovoltaic stadium
    • Hydrogen power garbage truck
    Night market Kaohsiung MRT Love River at night Mayor Miss Chen Chu Solar photovoltaic stadium Bike path
    • Photos by Kaohsiung City
  • 33. Bhubaneswar, India
    • Mandated street vendors to install energy efficient lights (CFLs)
    • Saves 82% of daily electricity usage equal to 492 tonnes of CO2 annually
    • Vendors replaced 40W, 100W, and 200W light bulbs with 18W CFLs
    • 1st Indian city to adopt city level renewable energy and energy efficiency policy in 2007
    • Vending zone with incandescent bulb
    • Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Resource Centre – BMC ICLEI South Asia
  • 34. Copenhagen, Denmark . 7 to 18 December 2009 Hall C6 – ICLEI Office, Bella Center
  • 35. ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability and UNEP have partnered for years in supporting cities to address the climate change challenges at the local level, through political support, advocacy and capacity-building activities. UNEP is pleased to support the Local Government Climate Roadmap under the leadership of ICLEI to ensure that a strong local government position is defined to be an integral part of the post-2012 global climate agreement. Achim Steiner Photo by UNEP
  • 36. Photo by UNEP
  • 37. Taipei City, Chinese Taipei
    • Comprehensive waste management for a resource sustainable city
    • The goal set in 2000 for 2010 is “total recycling and zero landfill” to achieve the ultimate “zero waste”
    • Actions include:
    • Trash not touching the ground, put immediately into trucks
    • Per-bag trash collection fee
    • Producers responsible for recycling DEP items sold by them
    • Dedicated trash bags for per-bag trash collection fee
    • Taipei City
    • Dedicated trash bags are available in sizes 120 liter, 76 liter, 14 liter, and 5 liter
    • Taipei City
  • 38. Manaus City, Brazil
    • 70% of Native Forest is protected helping mitigate climate change impacts.
    • Creation of Urban Ecological Corridors
    • Incentives for the creation of private reservations of the Urban Natural Partrimony
    • Forest Bank with transplantation of trees and incentives for plantings in private residences and public areas
    • Photo by Manaus City
  • 39. Hannover, Germany
    • 40 % reduction in CO 2
    • by 2020
    • Innovative, highly efficient retrofitting
    • Climate action plan involving the urban community, business, the municipal authority and local utility
    • Focus on Passive House design
    • Photo by Christian Wyrwa
  • 40. Calvi à, Spain
    • Comprehensive local climate change strategy under development until early 2010
    • Study of Calvi à’s total emission’s to be published in 2010
    • Local Agenda 21 in Schools Program involved 400 children and 30 teachers from 4 schools
    • Every school has environmental action plan
    • School children in Calvià , showing their project poster
    • City of Calvià
    • Poster advertising “Clean Up the Beaches” Program
    • City of Calvià
  • 41.
    • In 2009 people in Amsterdam prefer their bikes over cars
    • In 2009 trams and underground trains are already ‘green’, as they run on sustainable energy
    • In 2009 37% of the households are already using ‘green’ electricity’ (from sustainable sources)
    • In 2015 the entire municipality has
    • to be climate neutral
    • In 2025 a large scale of the energy needs will be met by locally produced sustainable energy
    • In 2025 CO2-emissions will be reduced bij 40%
    • In 2040 Amsterdam will be the beating heart of a sustainable metropolitan region
  • 42. Rotterdam, Netherlands
    • Within 5 years, at least 1,000 electric vehicles will be on the streets
    • Project Power Surge will install sufficient charging points in the city
    • Electric vehicles will significantly contribute to achieving a CO2 emissions reduction of 50% by 2025
    • The city will also offer an extra 1,000 free parking permits to store these vehicles
    • One of Rotterdam’s electric cars
    • City of Rotterdam
    • Energy-efficient electric refill
    • City of Rotterdam
  • 43. Nagoya, Japan
    • GHG reduction target of 10% by 2010 from 1990 levels
    • The City achieved its aim of reducing solid waste by 20% in 2 years with cooperation of local citizens
    • Nagoya’s Fujimae Tidal Flat is preserved due to the City’s reduction of solid waste
    • “ Eco-Money” was introduced by the City to promote citizen’s voluntary environmental activities
    • Image of a “Low-carbon and Livable City Nagoya 2050
    • Landscape-Plus Co., Ltd.
    • Tree planting program using Eco-Money
    • City of Nagoya
  • 44. City of Kyoto, Japan
    • Challenging to be realized “Low Carbon City” as “EMC” in Japan
    • Ambitious Reduction Targets of Greenhouse Gases (40% reduction by 2030, 60% reduction by 2050 Both in comparison to 1990 levels)
    • Three Symbol Projects
    • A City Proud of its Tree Culture project (Three-quarters of the entire city is tree-covered)
    • Lifestyle Change and Technology Innovation project (“DO YOU KYOTO?”-Do you live with environmental conscious?- Campaign)
    • A City for walking project
    • The biodiesel fuel production project by refining waste edible oil
    • Photo by City of Kyoto
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  • 45. ICLEI Oceania
    • Cities for Climate Protection – Australia and New Zealand
    • Achievements 1998–2009
    • 272 participating local governments
    • Over 18 million tonnes of CO 2 -e abatement
    • Adaptive and Resilient Communities
    • Assists local governments to assess climate change impacts and develop adaptation strategies
    • Water Campaign™
    • Achievements 2000–09
    • 121 participating local governments
    • 24 local governments reported savings of 1.7 gigalitres in 2007–08 plus hundreds of actions to improve water quality
    www.iclei.org/oceania The Oceania Secretariat for ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability was established in 1999 and is hosted by the City of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Adelaide City Council’s solar electric bus, Tindo , the first of its kind in the world. Image: Adelaide City Council
  • 46. Copenhagen, Denmark . 7 to 18 December 2009 Hall C6 – ICLEI Office, Bella Center
  • 47. ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability and UNEP have partnered for years in supporting cities to address the climate change challenges at the local level, through political support, advocacy and capacity-building activities. UNEP is pleased to support the Local Government Climate Roadmap under the leadership of ICLEI to ensure that a strong local government position is defined to be an integral part of the post-2012 global climate agreement. Achim Steiner Photo by UNEP
  • 48. Photo by UNEP
  • 49. Porto Alegre, Brazil
    • Foundation of the Reference Center on Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency
    • Energy Efficiency on public lighting, reducing energy consumption in 30%
    • Internal Committees of Energy Management in public organs: reduction of 50% on the energy consumption of the municipal hospital
    • Encouraging program to the use of solar energy, established by a complementary law
    • Project for the production of Biodiesel arising from kitchen oil waste, nationally awarded.
    • Photo by ICLEI
    Our city, our future
  • 50. SANT CUGAT, first city in Spain to regulate greywater Since 2002, Sant Cugat applies the following measures of saving: 1. Use of fluvial waters 3. Reutilization of greywater 2. Use of prehatic waters 4. Reutilization of remaining waters of 5. Installation of mechanisms of water swimming pools. saving 2001 2008 During the last 7 years, 5.653 houses have included at least one of the systems above www.santcugat.cat 273 liters 149 liters Reduction of 124 liters
  • 51. Nordic Baltic Aalborg Commitments Network
    • Transnational organization helps local authorities tackle climate change
    • During 2009, the Network supported its members in forming climate-relevant local policy
    • Reykavik aims to lead in electric car traffic, pedestrian streets, and public transportation powered by methane
    • The Västerås biogas plant produces vehicle fuel from organic wastes
    • Roads have been temporarily closed to car traffic and made into pedestrian streets in Iceland’s capital Reykavik
    • Gunnar Hersveinn
    • The building of a cycle society, the circulation of plant nutrients and organic material
    • Lars Ahlberg
  • 52. Spanish Network of Cities for Climate The Commitment of Spanish Local Authorities Providing support and solutions for Local Authorities to face up climate change
    • Fields of action
    • Graphic by Spanish Network of Cities for Climate
    • red.clima@femp.es
    • www.redciudadesclima.es
  • 53. Taipei County, Chinese Tapei
    • GHG emission 20% less than the level of 2006 by 2026.
    • Establish “Low Carbon Community Development Center” to Build up a “Low Carbon City“
    • 50% Power from Renewable Energy
    • 50% Travel by Public T ransportation and 50% Vehicle s are Low Carbon vehicles
    • Waste amount down to 50% of the level of 2006
    • Ping-Lin: The First Zero-Carbon Town in Taiwan
    • 2009 Low-Carbon Expo held by Taipei County Government
  • 54. Lake Macquarie City, Australia
    • 100 Sustainable Neighbourhoods process accelerating (photo)
    • CO 2 e target to reduce per capita emissions by 95% by 2040
    • Consumption impact target to reduce global hectare by 75% by 2040
    • Stakeholder Partnering at 11 scales (individual, group, precinct, neighbourhood, ward, city, regional, state, national, globally regional and international).
    • Walk the Talk process includes use of methane for electricity from waste site
    • Photo by Lake Macquarie City
  • 55. Valga, Estonia
    • Implemented the first passive house building renovation pilot project in Estonia
    • The project was initiated and managed by the Municipality of Valga
    • This project has drawn extensive attention due to innovative approach by municipality to reduce energy demand in a cold climate
    • The total project cost was approximately 1.45 million Euro
    • Passive house standard achieved
    • City of Valga
    • Green environment of Valga
    • City of Valga
  • 56. Helsingborg, Sweden
    • Nordvästra Skånes Renhållnings (NSR) biogas production unit started operation in 1996
    • The facility upgrades foodwaste into vehicle fuel which is then used to run a number of city and regional buses
    • Estimates that 47% of food waste will be recovered by 2009
    • In 2008, NSR’s biogas facility treated a total of 58,000 tons of waste producing 27 GWh
    • Recycling scheme
    • Helsingborg, Sweden
    • Biogas in Helsingborg
    • Helsingborg, Sweden
  • 57. Iida, Japan
    • An Eco-Model City, pioneering eco-friendly community development collaboration
    • Started in 2004: “Solar Power Generation with Citizen’s Joint Investment”
    • City’s GHG emission reduction target is 40-50% reduction by 2030
    • Iida Mayor Makino riding a bicycle
    • By Iida City
    • Solar panel on the roof of a nursery school
    • City of Iida
    Main pillars to meet City’s targets include: 1) Aggressive introduction of renewable energy 2) Partnership with industries 3) Low-carbon transportation 4) Awareness raising in the whole community
  • 58. Münster, Germany
    • Target: 40% CO2 reduction by 2020
    • Ambitious climate action plan for a long-term, sustainable future
    • 3.000 citiziens for climate protection “Münster Takes Hold! The Citizen’s Pact for Climate Protection “
    • „ Climate seeks shelter in Münster ….at your place, too!“
    Photo by City of Münster Photo by City of Münster/Bernhard Fischer

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