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Scenario methods for planning and development          of climate neutrality action
Linear ApproachThe Transformation‘ s temporal nonlinear Dynamics and Action Levels
TRANSFORMation Agenda for Low Carbon              Cities  City specific outcomes:  1.   Local Transformation Agenda toward...
How to model cities or urban areas and    complex-dynamic processes?
Intermediate level:Districts
Scale, structure and self-organizingdynamics in urban systems• Urban systems are complex systems• Their geographical struc...
Selforganization                                  Resilience                         Sustainability         Critical-dynam...
Topography of the Transformation: turning the city society‘s status quo into low-carbon is the overcoming of obstacles (sh...
Example:A linear approach…
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  1. 1. Scenario methods for planning and development of climate neutrality action
  2. 2. Linear ApproachThe Transformation‘ s temporal nonlinear Dynamics and Action Levels
  3. 3. TRANSFORMation Agenda for Low Carbon Cities City specific outcomes: 1. Local Transformation Agenda towards a Smart Energy City (with key elements/indicators) 2. Implementation Plan for city districts 3. Qualitative decision support models 4. Quantitative decision support models 5. Handbook for implementation plans and a transformation agenda 6. Political Memorandum of Understanding
  4. 4. How to model cities or urban areas and complex-dynamic processes?
  5. 5. Intermediate level:Districts
  6. 6. Scale, structure and self-organizingdynamics in urban systems• Urban systems are complex systems• Their geographical structure isdynamically• produced through societal spatial interactions• Self-organization and Scaling laws(Self-similarity!) may help to understandurban dynamics and to predict its future• Self-organization leads to better understanding of the ‘key elements’ Resilience and Sustainability of Urban/City development
  7. 7. Selforganization Resilience Sustainability Critical-dynamic Equilibrium: „The Edge of Chaos“Diversityof ChaosProduction-rules (supracritical) The Edge of Chaos Order (subcritical) Renewable Resource Diversity Resilience Ecosystem resilience is the capacity of an ecosystem to tolerate disturbance without collapsing into a qualitatively different state that is controlled by a different set of processes. A resilient ecosystem can withstand shocks and rebuild itself when necessary. Resilience in social systems has the added capacity of humans to anticipate and plan for the future. Humans are part of the natural world. We depend on ecological systems for our survival and we continuously impact the ecosystems in which we live from the local to global scale. Resilience is a property of these linked social-ecological systems (SES). "Resilience" as applied to ecosystems, or to integrated systems of people and the natural environment, has three defining characteristics:  The amount of change the system can undergo and still retain the same controls on function and structure  The degree to which the system is capable of self-organization  The ability to build and increase the capacity for learning and adaptation Source: Resilience Alliance
  8. 8. Topography of the Transformation: turning the city society‘s status quo into low-carbon is the overcoming of obstacles (shown here as an increasing of social costs)
  9. 9. Example:A linear approach…
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