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Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
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Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson
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Sustainable Cities through an Integrated Approach - Agneta Persson

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Agneta Persson, Global Director, Designing Future Cities, Genivar / WSP Group …

Agneta Persson, Global Director, Designing Future Cities, Genivar / WSP Group
An Overview of District-Scale Sustainability in Sweden

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  • 1. Sustainable cities through an integrated approach Agneta Persson Global Director Designing Future Cities
  • 2. An integrated approach makes the difference! Community Economy Infrastructur Ecology Urban development Indoor climate Energy & Climate Climate adaptation Project Managment, Sustainability Management, Process and Communication Transport & mobility
  • 3. Future Energy – a strategy for sustainable energy systems Reduce energy end use Minimise losses in all parts of the chain Closed eco loops Renewable energy supply
  • 4. Lots of good examples - sustainable city districts in development Some of the examples: • Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm • Royal Seaport, Stockholm • Brunnshög, Lund • H+, Helsingborg • Storsjö strand, Östersund • Ecostry, Örnsköldsvik • City of Sigtuna • City of Lidingö • Slussen, Stockholm • City of Eskilstuna • Saltängen, Norrköping • Hyllie, Malmö • Rosengård, Malmö • Östra Sala Backe, Uppsala • Western Harbour (Masthusen), Malmö
  • 5. Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm Young, dynamic, modern and global Integrated systems Motto: ”Twice as good!” • Sustainable transports • Energy • Recycling • Water • Green areas • ICT
  • 6. Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm Integrated systems www.onspotstory.com/sv/webapp/guide/sv/1175
  • 7. Stockholm Royal Seaport – A world class sustainable city district 19 000 inhabitants C i t y 30 000 working spaces Goals: Royal Seaport Image source: City of Stockholm Foto: Stockholms stads exploateringskontor och stadsbyggnadskontor genom Dynagraph AB • Fossil fuel free by 2030 • CO2 < 1,5 ton per capita by 2020 • Climate adaptation Focus areas: • Energy demand • Transport • Climate adaptation • Closed eco loops • Life style
  • 8. Brunnshög, Lund’s new city district The energy utility a main driver: • Sustainable energy master planning • Energy scenarios • Energy supply • Measures for a CO2 neutral city district • Smart grids • Climate adaptation • Strategic advice
  • 9. H+ a sustainable city district in Helsingborg Another energy utility driven development: Can the energy positive goal be achieved in the H+ district?  Energy positive  Primary energy  Cost neutral  Best Practice
  • 10. Sustainable City Districts – a comparison District Royal Seaport Brunnshög H+ City Stockholm Lund Helsingborg Population 19 000 10 000 10 000 Working spaces 30 000 15 000 11 600 Energy strategy 1,5 ton CO2/cap. 150 % energy Energy positive In common:  1) Low energy demand  2) Renewable energy
  • 11. Masthusen, Western Harbour, Malmö BREEAM Communities paves the way
  • 12. Sustainable City Districts – key learnings  Integrated services necessary for sustainable development  Involve important stakeholders as early as possible – area specific agreements have proven to be very useful  Build on existing knowledge, check what other cities have done before getting started  An early analysis of potential conflicts of interest can help avoid a lot of problems later in the development  A sustainability coordinator makes a huge difference  Sustainability certification schemes can help organise the work efficiently  It’s like a relay race, efficient handovers between phases are crucial agneta.persson@wspgroup.se +46-10 722 86 98

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