2015/07/08 09:25 Thomas Wiedmann, “Intercity Carbon Footprint Networks”, ISIE, U. Surrey
Plenary talk by Thomas Wiedmann, UNSW at “Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology”, 8th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Industrial Ecology, University of Surrey, Guildford, July 7-10, 2015
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Plenary talks for ISIE 2015 are by contributors to an open access volume, Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology, available online as open access e-book from Springer in fall 2015. See the table of contents and the Springer book description.
Presentation different from book chapter that was presented last year
53% of people life in urban areas, 2 billion new urban residents mean that need to build 100 new cities with 1 million residents each year, or two every week between now and 2035
- Territorial is only one part (which is putting a dome over part of a city)
- Cities draw power from hinterlands, need to appreciate if looking at metabolism
Publications: PAS 2070:2013
Scope 1: Within cities
- Scope 2: With grid-supplied electricity
- Scope 3: Include outside the city boundaries
To account in a systematic way, want an account of all emissions
- MRIO: Nested Carbon accounting Framework
Calculate a carbon map
- Melbourne carbon map — from Wiedmann, Chen and Barrett 2015, The Concept of City Carbon Maps