Toward a Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development - Jianfei

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Toward a Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development - Jianfei

  1. 1. Toward a Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development Changsha‟s Case Zhang Jianfei Mayor City of Changsha, Hunan Province, China
  2. 2. A Brief Introduction of Changsha Capital of Hunan Province Area: 11,800 sq km Pop: 7.04 million GRP: US$89.1 billion Changsha Changsha
  3. 3. A Historical City
  4. 4. Beautiful landscape
  5. 5.  A modern city
  6. 6. The Home of Fireworks
  7. 7. The Fast Economic DevelopmentSince the reform and open up in1979, China has made enormouseconomic and social achievement Year GDP(Yuan billion) 1978 364.5 1988 1,504.3 1998 8,440.2 2008 30,067.0 2009 33,535.3 2010 39,798.3
  8. 8. The Nanjing Yangtze River Bridgebuilt in 1960-1968 by mobilizingthe entire countries’ Resource
  9. 9. Hangzhou Bay Birdge 38.2 km
  10. 10. Pressures Excessive Usage of Resources Constraints of Land, Energy, etc. Pollution The Price of World Manufacture Center  Export land  Export labor force  Import pollution
  11. 11. Changsha‟s Case Facing enormous challenge Rapid Economic Growth (14.8% in 2011) 130,000 people migrate to the city yearly 400,000 apartment unit under construction 500 vehicles added daily Land, resource, environment ? Approved as the resource saving and environmental friendly pilot city by the national government
  12. 12. Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development Rethinking(education)  Are we really happier by owning more (big house, consumer products)?  The difference between expectation and reality determines happiness rather than what you have Ensuring implementation of “3Rs”
  13. 13. The “3R”Rule Reduce Reuse Recycle
  14. 14. Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development Land saving  Industry, housing and infrastructure development are very land demanding  Promoting high density development  tax incentive and disincentives
  15. 15. High DensityDevelopment
  16. 16. Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development Energy saving  Promoting public transportation (doubling the government budget in 2009)  More energy efficient buildings  Power demand management Cut down power demand by 20%
  17. 17. Inefficient Illumination
  18. 18. Size of Hotel Lobby
  19. 19. Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development Other resources saving  Always seeking for least costly solutions  Reduction in use of disposable items(first city discouraging use of disposable items in hotels)  Promoting life-cycle cost concept  Improving quality and increasing durability
  20. 20. Old Style Road Design and Construction
  21. 21. New Approach
  22. 22. 没有必要的装饰
  23. 23. 工程精细管理
  24. 24. Minimizing Life-cycle Cost
  25. 25. Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly Development Environmental friendly development  Large scale public campaign  Code for „NO‟s  Very selective in industry development  Completed the first Three Year Action plan ($1.6 billion investment)  Started second Three Year Action Plan
  26. 26. Hongxing Reservoir
  27. 27. Hongxin Reservoir
  28. 28. Hongxing Community Park
  29. 29. Providing More Public Space
  30. 30. Turning the Governmental Square to a Public Park
  31. 31. The park just finished
  32. 32. The Orange Island Case
  33. 33. The Orange Island
  34. 34. The Orange Island
  35. 35. The Orange Island
  36. 36. The Orange Island
  37. 37. The Orange Island
  38. 38. The Orange Island
  39. 39. The Orange Island
  40. 40. The Orange Island
  41. 41. Guangming Village
  42. 42. Guangming Village
  43. 43. Guangming Village
  44. 44. Guangming Village
  45. 45. Guangming Village
  46. 46. Guangming Village  6.8 km bicycle lanes  $6,000+$1,500 house upgrading per family(more energy efficient)  5 km hiking track  Basket ball field and tennis court  Great number of tourists from Cities
  47. 47. Guangming Village
  48. 48. Guangming Village
  49. 49. Guangming Village
  50. 50. Guangming Village
  51. 51. Guangming Village
  52. 52. Resource Saving and Environmental Friendly DevelopmentIn Conclusion A lot can be done We are trying to do more
  53. 53. Thank You

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