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Vision group1(5)

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Vision group1(5)

  1. 1. Our vision for a better future
  2. 2. • Vision and mission • Objectives • Future scenarios • Main measures • Plan of action • Group 1  Group 5 • Carlos Garcia • Dirk Bremmers • Francesco Cassari • Jake Kuzmin • Orchidea Tatar • Anna Vasileva • Artis Vansovics • Jerre Wiersma • Nadine Willems
  3. 3. Pragmatic communities for profitable activities within resilient natural enviroment
  4. 4. • Water quality – Water quality should be according to European Water Framework directives by 2025. • Water quantity – Ensure water availability for agriculture, humans and river by 2025. • Integrated management – At least 80% of stakeholders working together with an integrated approach for river management by 2025. • Ecosystem – Reduce fragmented areas around Guadalete and increase biodiversity, restoring its natural function by 2025. • Economy – Decrease unemployment and find funds for infrastructure.
  5. 5. Economical development Natural development Private involvement Community & governmental involvement Bossy Functional Eco-entrepreneur Hippie
  6. 6. Economical development Natural development Private involvement Community & governmental involvement Heavy industry Private investors Non-controled tourism Specialized schools Private drinking water companies Intensive agriculture Self-sufficent housing Renewable energy Aquaculture Permaculture Subsidies Private WWTP Public WWTP Private ecology schools Eco-tourism New housing Scientific research Integrated management Volunteering Natural parks Controled water useGovermental ecology schools Water infrastructure Govermental investment Public transport Controled tourism Broad education Local companies Low unemployment
  7. 7. Economical development Natural development Private involvement Community & governmental involvement Heavy industry Private investors Non-controled tourism Specialized schools Private drinking water companies Intensive agriculture Private WWTPPrivate ecology schools New housing Controled water useGovermental ecology schools Self-sufficent housing Renewable energy Aquaculture Permaculture Subsidies Public WWTP Eco-tourism Scientific research Integrated management Volunteering Natural parks Water infrastructure Govermental investment Public transport Controled tourism Broad education Local companies Low unemployment
  8. 8. • The goal is collecting 50 million € for 2030. • January 1st of 2015 • Must pay all persons over 16 years. • Excluded those who participate in a social program. • The higher rate will be 2.5 euros per night in 5 star hotels. • Not affect stays of more than 7 nights.
  9. 9. • The tourist tax will applied depending on the hotel category • The average of the stay of the tourists is 3 days. According to that can be calculated the amount raised per year Accommodation H***** H**** H*** H** H* Hs** Hs* P Tourist TAX (€/day) 2 2 1,5 1 0,5 0,5 0,3 0,21 Nº tourist/year in 2011 Average stay (Days) Average Tax (€/day) Total Taxes (€/year) 709.48 3 1,5 3.192.674
  10. 10. • Strategic goal A Designing a more diversified tourism model for the province of Cadiz. • Encourage and promote quality tourism respectful of natural resources and cultural. • Designing a coastal path and green corridors that connects all the municipalities. • Create tourist activities focused on natural environments and develop the model to diversify rural hotel sun and sand. • Promote the location of future hotel infrastructure in urban areas. • • Strategic goal B Ensuring long-term tourism in the province of Cadiz by protecting the coastal front. • Creating development pressure control safeguard coastal areas. • Creating municipal coastal resource delegations to coordinate cooperation between administrations. • Promote the following actions: increase quality certifications beaches, conservation and maintenance and water purification and sewage suitability, etc.. • Provide training for sustainable tourism.
  11. 11. • Every village/company attached to WWTP • Currently 8 villages no WWTP (54,218 i.e.’s) • Effluent has to meet standards • Government investment WWTP’s • Possibility for city/company growth & tourism • Every inhabitant should pay €55,-/year • New WWTP ≈ €10.5 million
  12. 12. Concept for the new WWTPs • New WWTP • Bornos • Arcos de la Frontera • To be connected with villages without WWT • Year of realisation • 2020 • Funding • Taxes from locals and tourists
  13. 13. • Population 1,180,817 • Power consuption 4,544,543 MWh
  14. 14. • This land has many opportunities for using several kind of renovable plants:
  15. 15. • Small hydropower plants • The hydraulic regulation of the Guadalete river and the presence of the reservoirs took in place many geodethic jump that may be useful for hydroelectric small power plants
  16. 16. • Small hydropower plants • 2500 kW at Arcos. • 1800 kW at Bornos. • 11145600 kWh/year (2.5% of Province of Cadiz total power consuption). • Approx. 2 million euro yearly revenue. • Might not be profitable considering other costs e.g. personnel and infrasructure, however still usefull. • Therefore this project should be government funded.
  17. 17. • Solar power plants • The solar irradiation in Southern Spain is the biggest in Europe • Endesa, one of the biggest energy companies in Spain, recieved a municipal permit to build a 20.1 MW photovoltaic power plant, but right now the power production of this plant is only 12.3 MW .
  18. 18. • Wind power plant • Province of Cadiz is settled in a natural funnel between Iberic peninsula and Morocco’s coast that causes and increase in wind velocity • Province of Cadiz alone currently generates 1400 MWh electicity from windmills. • Improving the existing equipmentcould increase the power output to 5000 MWh.
  19. 19. • Osmosis power plant • Relatively new power production concept. • Very sophisticated equipment using semi – permiable membranes and high water pressure ( around 15 bar). • Therefore expensive to implement and maintain. • Estimated power production at current technological level is estimated at 1 MW/m³s fresh water. • Using membrane technology requires pre-treatment of water to remove turbidity. • Therefore this solution is not feasible for this river – tubidity too high and not enough discharge to justify high upkeep costs.
  20. 20. • Public Service Ad (PSA) • Non Formal Education • Media • Practical Science Classes • Water Management Degree Program • Internship Programs
  21. 21. • Natural areas • Wetlands, 50% • Lowlands, 70% • Basins, 80% • Highlands, 90% • Natural shores • Min 5 meters from the river bank
  22. 22. • Fish ladders • Existing examples • Green bridges • Natura paths • Target species • Trout, eels, control of eucalyptus • Time • Lowlands: 10 years, other: 5 years • Budget • EU projects, charity
  23. 23. Guestions?
  24. 24. • WWTP (with helophytes) • Tax benefits for collaborative stakeholders • Local energy production • Awareness and education • Green and blue corridors (natural banks, fish passages) • Exporting water • Using groundwater for agriculture • Garbage bins • Recreational areas • Extensive and sustainable aquaculture • Public transport • Cultural and local resource oriented businesses • Tourism taxes • Getting rid of illegal housing • Drinking water infrastructure • New and efficient irrigation methods • Short term • Short term • Long term • Mid term • Mid term • Mid term • Short term • Short term • Mid term • Mid term • Long term • Mid term • Short term • Short term • Mid term • Mid term
  25. 25. Economical development Natural development Private involvement Community & governmental involvement Bossy Functional Eco-entrepreneur Hippie

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