Informed Cities Forum 2011 Informed Stockholm Gustaf Landhal
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Informed Cities Forum 2011 Informed Stockholm Gustaf Landhal Informed Cities Forum 2011 Informed Stockholm Gustaf Landhal Presentation Transcript

  • Informed StockholmGustaf LandahlCity of Stockholm
  • Informed Stockholm Examples of cooperation – Air quality – Greenhouse gas reduction – Well to wheel – Sustainable building Pros and cons from the city’s view Pros and cons from the research institution’s view
  • Air quality in Stockholm Particles from road traffic may cause >400 premature deaths per year* 60 persons killed annually in traffic accidents Death accidents in traffic in the county of Stockholm 2008* Forsberg et al., Ambio, vol.,34, No. 1, 2005.
  • Stockholm: Climate Goals and achievements Tonnes CO2-ekv per capita6 5.35 4.5 4.04 3.4 3.0321 Fossil fuel free 0.00 1990 2000 2005 2009 2015 2050 Real Development Goals
  • Emission inventory & system bounderies• Heating • Heat and gas Local supplier (Fortum) • Electricity National data (Statistics Sweden) • Oil, biomass, industrial use National data (Statistics Sweden)• Electricity National data (Statistics Sweden)• Transport • Road traffic City of Stockholm • Non road vehicles National data (Statistics Sweden) • Air traffic, LTO 900 m LFV Group Swedish Airports and Air Navigation Services • Shipping City of Stockholm • Rail traffic National data (Statistics Sweden)
  • Vehicle manufactuers - Ford, Saab, BSR, Scania Ethanol fuel producers - SEKAB, Sweden, Nedalco, Neth erlands, Wessex Grain, Uk, Abengoa, Spain Universities - Umeå University, Sweden, Tishingua University, China, Imperial College, UK and University Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • -90 GHG Reduction % -80 -70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 Ethanol LCA-emissions vs petrol -79 Somerset - sugar cane (São Paulo, Brazil) -51 Stockholm - wheat (Norrköping) -78 Stockholm - sugar cane (São Paulo, Brazil) -50 BioFuel Region - wheat (Norrköping) Basque Country - wheat (Teixeiro, Galicia) -3,7 Basque Country - barley (Cartagena, -11 Murcia) -3,6 Madrid - wheat (Teixeiro, Galicia) Madrid - barley-12,4 (Murcia) Rotterdam - sugar better (Bergen op Zoom) -47 Brandenburg - rye, wheat, triticale (Seyda, -47 Saxony-Anhalt) Brandenburg - rye, wheat, triticale -74 (Schraden, Brandenburg )Supported bythe European Brandenburg - rye, wheat, triticale (Zörbig, -48 Saxony-Anhalt) Union -70 La Spezia - sugar cane (São Paulo, Brazil)
  • Sustainable building projects Baseline emissions Evaluation of progress
  • The city’s experience of researchinstitutions+ Structure complex issues - Difficulties to express clear+ Evaluate different alternatives views+ Strengthen long term - Want to produce PHD:s rather perspectives than results+ Neutral partner - Difficulties to find willing groups for certain research
  • The research institutions experience ofStockholm+ The institutions feel that they - Takes time from producing make a difference research papers+ The experiences make the - Problems with integrity research more relevant+ The cooperation strengthens the research institutions cooperation with the City in other ways as well
  • THANK YOU !Gustaf 46 8 508 28