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Potential and cost-effectiveness of climate mitigation measures

A literature survey on present state of the art

Published Jan 14, 2011

Together with the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR), the division of Industrial Ecology will carry out a literature study analysing the present state of the art of the potentials and cost-effectiveness of climate mitigation measures.

Aim:
The aim of this study is two-folded. First, to provide a basis for recommendations to the Swedish municipalities so that they can prioritize between different mitigation options. Secondly, to highlight the importance of local authorities as stakeholders addressing climate change mitigation and to raise awareness on the national (government) level of the municipalities and their contributions to climate change mitigation.

Our study focuses on:
Analyse the potentials in energy savings and CO2 emissions reductions for measures considered by the municipalities
Analyse the cost-effectiveness of these measures
In addition to the focus areas the mitigation measures are also analysed from a municipal Sphere of Influence perspective. A simplified mapping model is developed during the study for this purpose.

Seminars and Workhops:
During the project at least two seminars are planned. One of these will probably be open for interested stakeholders. Date and topics have not yet been decided upon. Fore more information, please check back to the website in early 2010.

Project time frame: December 2009 to november 2010

Project leader: Nils Brandt, associate professor, Industrial Ecology, KTH

Project team: For more information please contact:
Nils Brandt, Associate Professor at Div. of Industrial Ecology
Kristin Fahlberg, Ph.D. student at Div. of Industrial Ecology
Stefan Johansson, Ph.D. student at Div. of Industrial Ecology
Andreas Hagnell, at SALAR,

Title
Sustainable Fish Supply in the Stockholm region
Äspö Site Descriptive Model: Hydrogeochemical modelling
Äspö model for radionuclide sorption
The BaltSeaPlan (BSP)
KTH-China Joint Research Center for Industrial Ecology
Submariner-Sustainable Uses of Baltic Marine Resources
Sustainable use of Baltic Sea natural resources based on ecological engineering
Smart Grid - Information management system in Royal Sea Port
Potential and cost-effectiveness of climate mitigation measures
Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) and Industrial Ecology
Sustainable Järva
CREDO- Creation of third cycle studies
ERAIHM
Sustainable urban development - Royal Sea Port – City of Stockholm
Fishwelfare
QUESTE-SI Quality System of Science and Technology Universities for Sustainable Industry
IEMAST establishing master level studies
CLUE - Climate Neutral Urban Districts in Europe
ENEF- Central Baltic Cooperation in Energy Efficiency and Feasibility in Urban Planning
Finalized projects at Department of Industrial Ecology
Barriers for implementation of the Environmental Load Profile and other LCA based methods
The removal of Cyanobacteria blooms in the Baltic Sea
TBS Cooperation Environment- Innovation
Energy Scenarios Sweden-Ukraine
Geochemical retention in surface systems
SDPROMO I & II
Hammarby Sjöstad – evaluation of the environmental profile of an new urban district in Stockholm
Retention of redox sensitive metals/metalloids at reducing mineral surfaces
EU Leonardo-Univeristy in the Field
European Observatory for Long-Term Governance on Radioactive Waste Management
Strengthening of Capacity in Environmental Education
SIDA OSH & Development
Textbook in Occupational Safety and Health & Development