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    • StockholmGROUP MEMBER1.NOR AZRA AB WAHAB A1272352.ANIQ RUKAINI MOHD AZMI A1277913.MOHAMAD AFFENDI ISMAIL A128707
    • Stockholm• on Sweden’s south-central coast• Capital of Sweden• 820 000 residents• Area: 209 km2 (including 21 km2of water)• Around 40% of the city’s landconsists of parks or recreationalareas and there are seven naturereserves within city limits.
    • • spread across 14islands• Most tourist attractionsin Stockholm can bereached on foot• Can experience culture,natural scenery and big-city excitement all withina single day.
    • Transportation
    • Public transportation• called Storstockholms Local traffic (SL), Stockholm Public Transport• 90% of Stockholm residents live within 300 metres of public transportwith an hourly or more frequent service.• During peak hours, 78% of all trips to the inner city are made by publictransport.
    • Stockholm City Bikes• Purchase a bike card  • 68% of all trips within the city centre are made on foot or by bicycle• Stockholm is connected by over 760 km of bike lanes. There is also aninternet-based travel planner for bikers, covering both the inner city andneighbouring municipalities
    • Congestion tax• Since August 2007, Stockholm has levied a congestion tax on all Swedish-registered vehicles driving in and out of the city centre on weekdaysbetween 6.30 am and 6.29 pm.• The Swedish Transport Agency is in charge of the congestion tax.• Toll stations are 100% automatic. Traffic is monitored on-camera and billsare sent out to car owners electronically
    • • cut traffic and emissions by over 20 %.
    • Clean vehicles• use ethanol or biogas fuelled, hybrid-electric or ultra-low emissionvehicles• Since 1994, Stockholm has actively campaigned for clean vehicles tobe introduced on the market
    • • provide adequate infrastructure for fuelling them.• make up an impressive 40% of sales.
    • Clean public transportation• All rail services are operated with certified renewable electricity and allcity buses run on renewables.• uses some 400 ethanol buses and a handful of ethanol-hybrid buses,comprising the world’s largest ethanol fleet.• In 2008, one-quarter of buses in the region ran on renewable energy,a figure expected to reach 50% by 2011.
    • Clean public transportation• In the coming years, Stockholm foresees increasing the number ofbuses fuelled by biogas from 129 in 2009 to 500.• 50% of trucks and 40% of taxis consume biofuels or are hybrids.
    • KUALA LUMPUR VS STOCKHOLM
    • TOTAL AREA of 209 squares kmResidents 820 000 residents40% is green 10% is blue“BUILDING THE CITY INWARDS”
    • ‘Building The City Inwards’Replace BROWNFIELD AREAS vibrant URBAN CITY districts with apartmentsand office buildings.(abandoned or underused)All planning applications in Stockholm are based on life-cycle cost analysis
    • STOCKHOLM PARK PROGRAMMore than 90% of the population liveswithin 300 metres of a green area.In total, Stockholm boasts as a green city which made ofapproximately 30% of the city’s area. When nature reserves are takeninto account, this proportion rises to 40%.
    • ❙ 1 000 parks❙ Seven nature reserves within cityboundaries (and more than 200 in thesurrounding area), 1 cultural reserve and1 city national park❙ 12 000 trees in the city centre
    • Branching outThe more developed, urban areas are spread out like fingers, interspersedwith protected green oases. To conserve biodiversity and ensureaccessibility for everyone, the authorities have extended legal protection toeight areas of natural and cultural reserves under the Environmental Code.
    • Water makes up over 10% of Stockholm’ssurface area, and is part of the uniquenessof the Stockholm brand. The major watersare Lake Mälaren and Saltsjön Bay, butthere are also 12 small lakes.Environmental Quality Norms AndMandating Bathing-water Profiles.The water is so clean youcan fish in the city centre “Stockholm attractions is best seen from the water”
    • WHAT ITS ALL FOR?QUALITY OF LIFETOURISMSUSTAINABLE‘Healing The City’,
    • Vision 2030 involves all the city’sadministrative departments,together with businesses,educational establishments andother partners. Bringing thissustainable, green city of the futureinto being is a strategic commitmentinvolving all policy-makers andstakeholders. Everyone in Stockholmwill have a role to play in making it areality.
    • The city of Stockholm`swaste management
    • Sustainable waste-water treatment• Waste water is treated in two plants• The water is treated with advanced technology• Biogas produced is used in public buses as well as private cars andtaxis• The excess heat is recovered for domestic heating
    • Waste production and management• Has well functioning integrated waste handling and disposal system.• Innovation in transporting waste help in widespread waste• Swedish legislation prohibits any organic waste from being sent tolandfill
    • Wastemanagement1999-2010
    • Treatment ofmunicipal waste
    • Waste-to-energy• Waste has turned into valuable resource• It has century-old tradition of incineration and converting householdwaste to energy.• Principle of using household waste = no household waste ends up inlandfill• More than 70% household have access to district heating
    • District heating and cooling1. District heating• Involved co-generation process where use larger plant to produceelectricity and heat where reduce the number of small, old boilers• powered by renewable energy for example heat in waste water since1990.• It has also helped reduce emissions of sulphur dioxide and otherhazardous substances, thereby radically improving air quality.
    • 2. district cooling• Cold water from lakes and the sea provides for district cooling ascooling effect from heat pumps that extract energy from seawater orwaste water.• The use of district cooling reduces CO2 emissions by about 50 000tonnes annually.
    • SEA WATER CONDITIONING
    • Waste collection
    • Waste prevention and reduction• The most important challenges for the years ahead.• The municipalities has been working hard to raise awareness amongcitizens• Strategic Waste Management Plan for 2008-2012 contains strategicobjectives and target.• Target:• 1- To treat 35% food waste from restaurant and groceries shop• 2-10% of food waste from household- biologically
    • EnvironmentalProgrammeLower the total environmentalimpact by half
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