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1 The City of Stockholm, Sweden Climate Change target: Fossil Fuel Free 2050 Charlotta Hedvik Stockholm Action Programme on Climate City of Stockholm

2 change The start 1996 Target: stabilization of CO2 between , 20% reduction to 2005 (4 ton CO2 per person) Members of the ICLEI – CCP (Cities for Climate Protection) Decision about an Action programme by the Environment and Health Board Project group in the city (traffic, planning, energy, housing, water, material etc.) Reference group (researchers, national level) Project management (Environment and Health Administration) Counting CO2, economy and other win-win on every measure Decision in the City Council

3 Stockholm work with ICLEI:s Cities for Climate Protection Campaign since Baseline emissions inventory and forecast 2. Setting an emission reduction target 3. Developing a local plan to meet the target 4. Implementing the local plan 5. Monitoring and reporting on progress Cities for Climate Protection - Milestones: systematic work Add: Adaptation to climate change in every Milestone!

4 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change A comparison with countries Tons of CO 2-eqv per capita

5 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Tons of CO 2-eqv per person in Stockholm per year + trend Emissions per person heating, use of electricity and transport Adjusted for different warm/cold years Will we accomplish fossil fuel free city 2050

6 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Tons of CO 2-eqv in Stockholm per year Total emissions Heating, use of electricity and transport Adjusted for different warm/cold years

7 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Emissions from heating housing sector Tons of CO 2-eqv in Stockholm per year Adjusted for different warm/cold years

8 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Emissions from heating housing sector Tons of CO 2-eqv in Stockholm per year Adjusted for different warm/cold years Market share Gwh: 2000: 62 % 2005: 79 % 2009: ?

9 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Energy source of district heating

10 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Different sectors share of total emissions: 1990, 2000, 2005

11 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Transportation work – vehicle kilometer Congestion charges in the inner city 2006 and ?

12 61 % market share (6 a.m. – 9 p.m.) Metro & Communter trains run on green electricity Stockholm County Public Transport Fossil Fuel Free by 2020 Clean Vehicles & Fuels fleet of light vehicles : 5,2 % (2006) 19,5 % of all new sold cars (jan-oct 2006)

13 Biofuels - Own production -> self-sufficient Stockholm Water Company Own production of biogas to: - biogas public transport buses - biogas cars (In the future all food waste to biogas)?

14 City of Stockholm Stockholm Action Plan on Climate Change Use of electricity – total & per capita Adjusted for different warm/cold years

15 Is everybody keeping an eye on Climate Change? Increase car tire pressure! Youth Parliament Fossil Fuel Free Future? 50 households: climate friendly consumption Climate Hunt Team competition at workplaces

16 Energy Hierarchy 1. Use less energy 2. Be energy efficient 3. Use renewable energy Is everybody keeping an eye on the Climate Change? 60 households: climate friendly consumption Photo: Patrik Aspers Farmers Own Market

17 change Secondary Dwelling Radio and tv Play sport, hobby Wathers, opitcs Travels, hotel Entertainment Books, Communication A one person household total CO2 emissions - indirect & direct during 1 year Recreation Transports Dwelling Food Rent and fees Insurance Repairs Heating Electricity CO2 emissions in kg

18 change Lesson learned + Decision in the City Council Economy and win-win Co-operation in the City, with business and organizations Motivation in the City Support from ICLEI – contacts with other countries/municipalities Co-operation with municipalities (best good practise) Political support Money Adaption makes climate change even more realistic

19 change Public awereness difficult (action is a problem) Still a problem with the traffic sector Consumption is a problem (while renewables saves Stockholm) Some important people are not on the train Mitigation and adaption – different responsibility in the city – new contacts Lesson learned -

20 Stockholm Action Programme on Climate Change Thank You for your attention! Charlotta Hedvik, Programme co-ordinater City of Stockholm

21 change

22 District heating Biofuel in district heating Energy advisory service City energy-efficiency & Green electricity Energy-efficient buildings Congestion charges More public transport Cycling Clean vehicles & busses Renewable fuel Ferries Citys Environmental Diplomas SME Climate Campaign Mobility Management Eco-driving Fuels InfrastructureInformation Measures District cooling Hammarby Sjöstad Smart Consumption Park-and ride Speed limits

23 change Energy use & urban design Programme for energy efficient and sustainable buildings Programme to be developed on sustainable transport, energy and design of new housing/office areas Future: passive houses or even zero-energy house

24 change From hen to egg:the simple way

25 change From hen to egg: the what way?

26 The City of Stockholms Programme Work Local Investment Program for Sustainability: ~ 317 m Euro by the City & Business (state support: 43 m Euro) Local Investment Program on Climate Change: ~ 17 m Euro by the City & Business (state support: 4,5 m Euro) Ecological Debt Program: ~ 115 m Euro by the City 5th: nd:

27 Summary - how close to fossil fuel freeness? Population: Tons/capita: 4,53,62,60,3


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