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2010 FIFA WORLD CUP Host City Cape Town Lorraine Gerrans Manager: 2010 Green Goal Scoring Green Goals: 2010 FIFA World Cup and the environment.

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1 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP Host City Cape Town Lorraine Gerrans Manager: 2010 Green Goal Scoring Green Goals: 2010 FIFA World Cup and the environment

2 FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA 2010 Cape Town Host City

3 Introduction to Green Goal Official event greening programme of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Main objectives of Green Goal 2010 –Mitigate negative environmental impacts –Mainstream sustainability considerations in preparations for 2010 –Position South Africa as responsible hosts of the 2010 FIFA World Cup –Leaving a positive environmental legacy Investment in environment Awareness Behavior change

4 FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA 2010 Host City Agreement Clause 6.7: Environmental Protection The Host City must carry out obligations in terms of HCA in a manner which : embraces the concept of sustainable development complies with applicable environmental legislation promote the protection of the environment

5 FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA projects across 9 thematic areas: –Energy and Climate Change –Water –Integrated waste Management –Transport, mobility and access –Landscaping and biodiversity –Green buildings and sustainable lifestyles –Responsible tourism –Communication and awareness –Monitoring and evaluation Green Goal 2010: Host City Cape Town

6 Green Goal 2010 Action Plan launched 17 Oct 08

7 ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE

8 Energy and climate change National estimate for 2010: ± tonnes with additional tonnes for international travel Estimate for Cape Town: ± tonnes World Cup in Germany 2006: tonnes Reasons: –5 new stadia –Limited renewable energy –Limited low-carbon public transport

9 Energy and climate change Carbon offset or mitigation? –Very expensive to offset (between $6 and $12 per tonne) –Hosting low carbon games with focus on mitigation and avoidance of emissions in the first place –Mitigation projects funded by DANIDA UEMP Retrofit traffic lights with LEDs (50% energy saving) Retrofit street lights with compact sodium vapour bulbs (10% saving) Hydro turbine in the Green Point Park Energy efficient lighting in the Cape Town and Philippi Stadium Solar water heaters

10 WATER

11 Water Legacy project: Spring water for irrigation of Green Point Common –Replacing k/l p.a. potable water for irrigation

12 INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT

13 Integrated waste management Operational waste minimisation and recycling –Waste avoidance and minimisation No hand-outs at gates Avoid unnecessary packaging Cup concept – commemorative cup in Fan Fest Re-usable cutlery and crockery and crates

14 Integrated waste management –Waste recycling 20% waste diversion target was set 58% waste diversion from Zibi split bins on street level 65% average waste diversion from Cape Town Stadium

15 Integrated waste management VenueDry Waste(kg) Wet Waste(kg)Total Waste(kg) % Dry waste Cape Town Stadium 100,78755,103155,89065% FIFA Fan Fest11,04515,00026,04542% Total111,83270,103181, Budweiser beers sold (473ml PET and cans)

16 Integrated waste management

17 TRANPORT, MOBILITY AND ACCESS

18 Transport, mobility and access Public transport and non-motorised transport –Target 50% fans to the stadium by public transport or NMT exceeded – entries Fan Walk Eco-taxis – 20 drivers trained Eco-driving campaign

19 LANDSCAPING AND BIODIVERSITY

20 Green Point Park and biodiversity garden

21 Landscaping and biodiversity City beautification –More than 4400 new trees planted –Landscaping as part of infrastructure projects –Focused maintenance programme Roads Verges and medians Street lights Traffic lights Signage Etc.

22 GREEN BUILDING AND SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLES

23 FOR HOST CITY CAPE TOWN FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA 2010 Environmental impact assessment Green features –Energy efficient lighting –Energy efficient air conditioning system –Water saving devices –Mesh facade –Building management system Roof –Noise mitigation –Spectator comfort –Rainwater harvesting –Natural light Cape Town Stadium

24 Green Point Park Smart Living Centre

25 Soccer and Environment education programme

26 Cape Town Green Map –Launched on 5 June 2009 –www.capetowngreenmap.co.zawww.capetowngreenmap.co.za –Printed map in October 2009 and May 2010

27 Green building and sustainable lifestyles Drink tap water campaign –Video in FF and Fan Jols –Water fountains on Fan Walk and Fan Fest Operation Green clean-ups Greening of 2010 events – Wind energy for Fan Fest –Waste recycling –Water and energy efficiency –Green procurement

28 RESPONSIBLE TOURISM

29 Responsible tourism Responsible tourism training Code of responsible conduct for visitors GreenStaySA accreditation for the accommodation sector Smart Events Handbook

30 COMMUNICATION

31 Green Goal Expo in the FIFA Fan Fest empty milk bottles to diffuse the light Exterior clad in 1450 milk crates sourced from (and donated by) PolyOak

32 Green Goal Communication Green Goal Action Plan and Progress Report Green Goal DVDs and short films Green Goal brochure Green Goal exhibition Media release and launches

33 MONITORING AND REPORTING

34 Monitoring and reporting Baseline studies Green Goal Progress Report Event reporting tool Questionnaires Green Goal legacy report Sharing lessons with Brazil 2014

35 Thank you

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