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Presentation from 2009, Klaus Bondam: Mayor, The City of Copenhagen,Technical and Environmental Administration Copenhagen: Eco-Metropolis

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Klaus bondam lecture

  1. 1. COPENHAGENECO-METROPOLIS KLAUS BONDAM MAYOR THE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATION THE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  2. 2. 2,4 MILLION INHABITANTS IN THE ØRESUND REGION510,000 INHABITANTS IN THE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  3. 3. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  4. 4. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  5. 5. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  6. 6. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  7. 7. 33.000 m216.500 m23.300 m2
  8. 8. District heating covers today 97% of all heating consumptionin the Municipality of Copenhagen.
  9. 9. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  10. 10. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  11. 11. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  12. 12. CHALLENGES
  13. 13. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  14. 14. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  15. 15. The Eco-metropolisA Metropolis for peopleClimate Plan
  16. 16. ECO-METROPOLIS
  17. 17. Eco-Metropolis includes four mainvisions, namely:The world’s best city for bicyclesA green and blue capital cityA clean and healthy metropolisCentre for world climate policy
  18. 18. at least 50% of people cycle to theirplace of work or education; the number of seriously injured cyclists will drop by more than half compared to today at least 80% of Copenhagen cyclists will feel safe and secure in traffic.Concrete goals for 2015
  19. 19. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  20. 20. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  21. 21. 90% of Copenhageners are able to walkto a park, a beach, or a sea swimming-pool in less than 15 minutes;Copenhageners will visit the city’s parks,natural areas, sea swimming-pools andbeaches twice as often as they do today.Concrete goals for 2015
  22. 22. high air cleanliness so as not to jeopardizeCopenhageners’ health;Copenhagen will be one of the cleanest capitals in theworld;all schools and institutions will be subject to low noiselevels from street traffic during the daytimeat least 20% organic food in the city’s foodconsumption, with the municipality taking the leadwith at least 90% organic food in municipal institutions Concrete goals for 2015
  23. 23. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  24. 24. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  25. 25. shift in energy production from fossil fuel to renewable energy sources such as biomass and wind mills. reduction in energy waste in buildings reduction of energy consumption new initiatives concerning lifestyle changes, transport, and urban development.Concrete initiatives
  26. 26. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  27. 27. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  28. 28. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  29. 29. A Metropolis for people
  30. 30. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  31. 31. More Urban Life for All involves a strategy for promoting urban life in Copenhagen and sets the following goal: by 2015, 80% of Copenhageners will be satisfied with the opportunities they have for taking part in urban life. More People to Walk More involves a strategy for pedestrian traffic and sets the following goal: to increase the amount of pedestrian traffic by 20% by 2015 compared to today. More People to Stay Longer involves amongst others a strategy for pocket-parks and other green areas and sets the following goal: by 2015, Copenhageners will spend 20% more time in urban space than they do today.Visions
  32. 32. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  33. 33. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN FLAGSHIP PROJECTS
  34. 34. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN CARLSBERG
  35. 35. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  36. 36. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  37. 37. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  38. 38. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  39. 39. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN NORDHAVN The main vision is to create a world class sustainable neighbourhood
  40. 40. 1. environmentenvironmental sustainability to be prioritised in all plans and processes2. living citypriority to conditions for urban life, urban space, recreational areas and urban beaches3. city for allNordhavn is to be an inclusive neighbourhood. Diversity is a key word.Dwellings are to be built close to the water for people of all social segments.
  41. 41. 4. city by the watercity and water are to be thought in connection with each other – water is a centralelement in urban development.5. dynamic cityNordhavn shall accommodate new workplaces, institutions, shopping facilities andurban experiences.6. city for bikes and collective transporthigh standard collective transport and infrastructure for bikes is to be prioritisedover private automobile transport.
  42. 42. Nordhavn:Potential urban development approximately 3,6million m2 floor area40.000 dwellers and 40.000 workplaces
  43. 43. PHASE 1 - 400.000 m2Inner Nordhavn:Urban development 600.000 m2 floor areaPhase 1: minimum 400.000 + 70.000 m2 floor area
  44. 44. PHASE 2A - 200.000 m2 PHASE 1 - 400.000 m2 Inner Nordhavn: Urban development 600.000 m2 floor area Phase 1: minimum 400.000 + 70.000 m2 floor area
  45. 45. PHASE 2A - 200.000 m2 PHASE 2B - 200.000 m2 PHASE 1 - 400.000 m2 Inner Nordhavn: Urban development 600.000 m2 floor area Phase 1: minimum 400.000 + 70.000 m2 floor area
  46. 46. PHASE 2A - 200.000 m2 PHASE 2B - 200.000 m2 PHASE 1 - 400.000 m2 Station proximity 1.000 meter, normally 600 m, but in the Fingerplan 07 a special clause is provided
  47. 47. PHASE 2A - 200.000 m2 PHASE 2B - 200.000 m2 PHASE 1 - 400.000 m2 Nordhavn road: This road is a precondition for the development of inner Nordhavn
  48. 48. AR CH IT EC TU RA L CO MP ET IT IO N
  49. 49. PUBLIC DEBATE AND PARTICIPATION
  50. 50. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  51. 51. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  52. 52. http://www.kk.dk/nordhavn
  53. 53. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  54. 54. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  55. 55. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  56. 56. KLAUS BONDAMMAYORTHE TECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATIONTHE CITY OF COPENHAGEN
  57. 57. CPH City & Port Development OWNER STATE OWNER [MINISTRY FOR TRANSPORT THE CITY OF COPENHAGEN AND ENERGY] 55% 45% BOARD OF DIRECTORS The city of Copenhagen designates 3 memebers including the chairman: Carsten Koch, Anne Vang og Carl Christian Ebbesen The state designates 3 members, Including the vice-chairman: Flemming Hansen, Peter Maskell og Agneta Björkman CPH City & Port Development objectives:Promote the development of areas under its ownership (Harbour of Copenhagen and Ørestad) Manage the Harbour of Copenhagen Promote its business interest

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