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Sustainable City Development in Malmo Sweden, J Ekne, GBF2008

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  • 1. Sustainable city development in Malmö Johanna Ekne & Johanna Ekne, Environmental strategy unit, City of Malmö
  • 2. The City of Malmö • Sweden's third largest city • 277,000 inhabitants • 24% of the city’s inhabitants were born abroad • 164 nationalities are represented • Young inhabitants – 40% are under 35 years of age
  • 3. From manufacturing/industrial town to city of knowledge in 15 years • Malmö university, founded in 1998 - 21,000 university students • UN maritime university • Several research institutes • Öresund university
  • 4. Malmö as a forerunner  Over 3.000 technical visits to the Western Harbour 2007  Acknowledged as one of the most sustainable cities in the world by Worldwatch Institute.  Got the Global Community Award in London, UK, for being the world’s most liveable community for it’s size.
  • 5. 6 The Western Harbour  From industrial site to sustainable city district Started as a housing expo in 2001 1000 apartments 100 % locally produced renewable energy
  • 6. The Western harbour 40 years ago
  • 7. The Western Harbour today
  • 8. Measures  Energy efficiency  Renewable energy  Waste management  Architecture  Biodiversity  Storm water management  Mobility
  • 9. Energy - 100 % locally produced renewables  Heat  Heat pump 85 % aquifers in the bedrock  Solar collectors 12 %  Organic residues 3 %  Electricity  Wind 99,8 %  Photo Voltaics 0,2 %
  • 10. Solar collectors, 2600 square meters, 700.000 kWh/year
  • 11. Solar cells, 120 square meters, 6.000 kWh
  • 12. Boel – the windpower plant • 3 km from the area • 120 m high • Maximum effect 2 MW • 6.300 MWh per year
  • 13. Heat pump and aquifers  Heating and cooling from water filled basins. 70 m deep  Heat pump connected to district heating grid, 5 million kWh  District cooling during summer, 3 million kWh
  • 14. Energy efficiency  Quality programme: 105 kWh/m2,year  Climate shield  Improved insulation  Triple glazed windows, low emission  Efficient installations  Pumps and fans  White goods, A-class  Ventilation, heat recovery  IT, behaviour
  • 15. Waste management  Recycling – paper, plastic, metal, glass etc.  Separation of organic waste - biogas plant or a compost
  • 16. Food waste disposers - biogas
  • 17. Centralised vacuum waste chutes system – compost and incineration
  • 18. Biodiversity  Green space factor  Green points  Local rainwater management in open system  Habitats and new parks  Compensation habitat for birds  Area ecologist
  • 19. Green areas
  • 20. Green roofs
  • 21. Rain water in open canals
  • 22. Mobility
  • 23. Traffic and transport  Infrastructure • Bicycle lanes • Public transport  Car pool  Information and mobility management
  • 24. Exclusive or inclusive?
  • 25. Conclusion Key to success • Local partnership • Local investment programme • European Housing Expo • Quality Programme • The holistic approach
  • 26. What’s ahead for Malmö? From pilot to mainstream. A sustainable city – socially, economically and ecologically.
  • 27. Thank you for listening! Johanna Ekne johanna.ekne@malmo.se Tor Fossum tor.fossum@malmo.se www.malmo.se/sustainablecity

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