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Marcos Perestrello - Deputy Mayor Of Lisbon - Future of CUD Marcos Perestrello - Deputy Mayor Of Lisbon - Future of CUD Presentation Transcript

  • TITULO DA APRESENTAÇÃO LISBON CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT COMMITMENTS Ant ónio Costa Mayor of Lisbon CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT CISCO Conference San Francisco Marcos Perestrello , Vice- Mayor of Lisbon 21st of February 2008 CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt BAIXA POMBALINA: BUILT AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE IN 1755 www.cm-lisboa.pt
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT PARQUE DAS NAÇ ÕES: WORLD EXHIBITION EXPO ‘98 www.cm-lisboa.pt
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt Lisbon’s Energy Environmental Strategy provides the framework for all actions aiming to improve the energy and environmental performance of the city: Lisbon is committed to lead with good practices in planning, construction and infra-structures, management and mobility and will set performance targets for the use of energy, water and materials, in all these sectors. Lisbon aims to become a truly green city, solidarily working with and for present and future generations.
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt Portugal is one of Europe’s states with the lowest CO 2 emissions per capita and highest energy consumption per unit of gross domestic product (GDP). Trends show an increase in energy consumption as quality of life patterns improve. The Lisbon Energy Matrix shows us that buildings are the largest contributor to energy consumption, closely followed by transport . THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND MOBILITY - 88% OF THE CITY’S ENERGY DEMAND Buildings Others Industry Transport
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt The Lisbon Water Matrix shows us that the domestic sector is the largest contributor to drinking water consumption and therefore responsible for shrinking this valuable resource in Lisbon. It also shows us that the Municipality, Commerce and Industry don’t require drinking water for their uses, resulting in a potential new demand for recycled water of 31% of the city’s current water demand. THE DOMESTIC SECTOR ACCOUNTS FOR 42% OF DRINKING WATER DEMAND Others Institutions State and Embassies Municipality Commerce and Industry Domestic
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt THE BUILDING SECTOR ACCOUNTS FOR 64% OF MATERIALS DEMAND The built environment is a stable environmental resource and materials source. The Lisbon Materials Matrix shows us that the building sector is the largest contributor to materials consumption. It also shows us that the Municipality, responsible for urban management, has ample scope to mainstream good practices of life cycle management of materials, especially regarding end-of-life products.
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt
    • The first priority is to improve the energy and resource efficiency of the city.
    • Action areas in the Built Environment:
    • Retrofitting
    • residential buildings;
    • - Retrofitting Schools;
    • Retrofitting Office
    • Buildings;
    • Retrofitting Public
    • Lighting;
    • ICT to monitor and
    • control supply-demand;
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt
    • The second priority is to promote renewable energy use and production .
    • Action areas in Renewable Energies:
    • Solar Thermal Obligation;
    • Photovoltaic installations integrated
    • in the built environment;
    • ICT to smooth peek electricity
    • production ;
    • The city assumes the role of promoting the process of integration of decentralized energy production;
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt
    • The third priority is to improve accessibility in the city.
    • Action areas in Mobility:
    • Soft modes and
    • transport infrastructure;
    • Public transport for
    • Schools;
    • Smart working;
    • Car sharing;
    • ICT to monitor and
    • make the information
    • accessible to all;
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT www.cm-lisboa.pt LISBON IN VIRTUAL REALITY: an instrument of urban planning and public participation incorporating the city’s relevant data DOWNLOAD VIDEO Lisboa-Virtual City.wmv
  • CONNECTED URBAN DEVELOPMENT THANK YOU Marcos Perestrello Vice-Mayor of Lisbon 21st of February 2008 www.cm-lisboa.pt