Session 2 indicators ursel lunsmann pielke

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Session 2 indicators ursel lunsmann pielke

  1. 1. CLUE - Edinburgh Workshop 14th March 2013Workshop 2 IndicatorsUrsel Lünsmann-PielkeMinistry of Urban Development and EnvironmentCoordination Center for Climate Issues
  2. 2. Guiding Questions WS 2 Indicators1. How do you develop indicators for climate neutral urban districts? Top down/bottom-up, collaboration2. How do you measure indicators for climate neutrality on a district level? How is the data collected, with which resolution is it possible in your region to find data or measure relevant parameters and who owns ist?3. How are the indicators presented? Are the indicators for climate neutrality public or only used for planning….?4. Who ist responsible for the indicators? (Organization that is responsible for the development of them as for collecting data?5. How do you connect indicators for climate neutrality with sustainability 2 Absender
  3. 3. Indicators: example Green City Index 3 Absender
  4. 4. Green City Index portraits of 12 German cities 4 Absender
  5. 5. Indicators Green City Index-CO2-Energy-Buildings-Transport-Water-Waste and land use-Air quality-Environmental governance 5 Absender
  6. 6. Example reMAC tool Absender
  7. 7. reMAC - two alternatives for being adviced Absender
  8. 8. Why reMAC Absender
  9. 9. On which data reMAC is based Absender
  10. 10. How to run reMAC data and assumptions Absender
  11. 11. reMAC navigation structure Absender
  12. 12. example: changes in the residential sector Absender
  13. 13. Example: CO2- Tool for urban districts data (to add) Number of new dwellings units Average net dwelling area per dwelling Number of residents Additional Energy standard to Renewable Ordinanace Demand of warm water Type of heating (percentage of decentral combined power and heating station or district heat) Absender

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