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Governance and Planning


Fig. 05: Master plan, by city Region


City Africa Africa East Asia East Asia Addis Ababa Lagos Changwon Seoul


How GHG reduction is incorporated into master plan


Green areas Buildings & Green areas Buildings & Transport


Buildings, Transport, Energy saving, Increase share of renewable energy sources (RES) & Waste


East Asia East Asia Europe Europe Europe Europe


Europe Europe


North America North America North America North America North America North America Tokyo Yokohama Copenhagen Heidelberg London Milan


Rotterdam Warsaw


Los Angeles Portland New Orleans Philadelphia Portland Seattle Energy saving


Buildings, Transport & Energy saving


Buildings, Transport, Increase share of RES & Green areas


Energy saving & Increase share of RES


Buildings, Energy saving & Increase share of RES


Buildings, Transport & Energy saving


Energy saving


Energy saving & Increase share of RES


Buildings, Transport & Green areas


Transport Energy saving


Buildings, Transport, Energy saving & Green areas


Transport Buildings


City highlights


“Our City master plan of city mandates 39% of the total area for greenery.”


“Before approvals are granted for development 40% of the land area must be reserved for greening,”


“…to reduce emissions from households and commercial buildings we implemented various measures to enhance public awareness about climate change such as public education and carbon point system.”


“…planning to realize all-around green innovation ranging from building, urban planning and transportation to daily life by 2030 to become a city with world-leading green competitiveness.”


...promotion of the ‘10-Year Project for a Carbon-Minus Tokyo’ which includes the most advanced energy-saving measures in the world.”


“…the Smart City Project, which will introduce 2,000 units of EV and House Energy Management Systems to 4,000 households by 2014.”


“…localizing public institutions with many visitors and work places close to public transportation.”


“Energy reduction and efficient and renewable energy supply are integral part of all city development plans.”


“…strategic planning policy seeks to reduce CO2 emissions in new


development proposals, support retrofitting initiatives, and promote the use of RES technologies.”


“…enhancing energy efficiency (over current regulations) and plans new infrastructures of public transport related to the Urban Development Areas.”


“In (re)developing city areas, energy is a major aspect in design.”


“…goals connected with improving energy efficiency and introducing renewable energies.”


“Promoting higher density housing in areas close to transportation stops is an important component of the City’s General Plan.”


“In our new plan we will continue to incorporate goals and policies to achieve a 50% reduction in emissions by 2035.”


“City wide master plan incorporates the GreeNOLA strategy as its method for energy reduction.”


“ Reduce VMT, increase % non-auto trips, encourage mixed-use development, support energy conservation in buildings, increase tree cover and support alternative energy.”


“In our new plan we will continue to incorporate goals and policies to achieve a 50% reduction in emissions by 2035.”


“Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan has a section on climate change and includes the City’s greenhouse gas reductions goals...” “... to achieve greenhouse gas reduction goals, should reduce fossil-fuel consumption in construction of existing and new City-owned buildings...”


Southeast Asia and Oceania


Southeast Asia and Oceania


Southeast Asia and Oceania


Southeast Asia and Oceania


Bangkok


Buildings, Transport, Green areas & Waste


Jakarta Melbourne Sydney


Transport, Energy saving & Waste


Resilience measures


Energy saving, Increase share of RES & Waste


To reduce GHG emissions by 15% targets apply to “Expand Mass Transit and Improve Traffic Systems” … “Improve Building Energy Consumption Efficiency” and “ Expand Green Areas in Bangkok Metropolitan Region”


“30% reduction in GHG by 2030 across all relevant sectors (energy, waste, transport, etc)….Formulate the Road Map of 30% reduction each potential sector”


“…planning process for precinct structure plans has incorporated consideration of future needs for sustainable infrastructure.”


“…plan is being developed for Trigeneration, Renewable Energy, and Advanced Waste Treatment.”


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