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020318_Hurghada SECAP_FINAL

Template 3.1

Template 3.1 Identification of CAPP CAMPAIGN TOPIC related to sustainable energy challenges Once the Sustainable Energy challenges and priorities, general awareness raising priorities, and specific awareness raising needs related to SECAP actions have been identified, the CAPP’s main areas of intervention and activities can be defined. The table below portrays the challenges, priorities and related AR activities. Challenges: Reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in hotels and tourism facilities Priorities: Rationalise energy consumption and expand the use of solar energy. Rationalise water consumption since water in Hurghada comes through pumps from Upper Egypt lines. Promote and practice responsible controlled water consumption (to save water and reduce the water bills). Mitigate pollution and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions impacts. Awareness Raising Priorities, Topic & Activities of CAPP Campaign Topic: Save energy: adopt better social behaviour towards its consumption Activities: Hold raising awareness sessions and campaigns against environmental violations (2.1.1) Hold hearing sessions, awareness and coordination with the owners and officials of the departments concerned with tourism facilities. Create “green teams” to ensure sustainability efforts are applied. Provide practical tips to tourists, employees, engineering staff and gardeners on how to reduce energy consumption through leaflets, instructions cards, eco-friendly labels and pocket guides on the environment. Huge energy consumption in the Residential Sector Promote consumption rationalization and expand the use of renewable energy from solar power and SWHs Reduce energy consumption and costs while relying on alternative energies. Reduce the city’s energy bills. Topic: Adopt Energy-saving measures in daily small steps. Activities: A door-to-door campaign; Campaigns of “Manadar” (rooms combining popular sectors, for seniors in families and tribes) and events through popular concerts in the youth centres of the district AR campaign of being eco-citizen: Explain the side effect of greenhouse gas emission and the usage of renewable energies technologies 204

The dependence of Marinas and yachts on fossil fuels causes huge emissions and pollutes marine life Reduce carbon emissions from transportation Consumption rationalisation and expand the use of renewable energy from solar power generators Expand the use of bicycles and encourage clean means of transport from natural gas or electricity among all drivers. Mitigate CO2 emissions. Change behaviours to using mass transport, cycling, and environmentally friendly methods Promote the importance of the project for the community life: a clean and healthy environment for everyone and an attractive city for tourists. (electricity from natural resources). Set a department within the city council to provide energy advice to the citizens, raise their awareness and encourage them to replace lighting units with energy efficient ones. Topic: Because marine life interconnects with all the rest: protect it You can make the difference; reduce fossil fuels Activities: Awareness campaigns, inspection and presentation of alternatives to lighting and charging of yacht power by generators driven with diesel generators or solar power stations in each marina thus keeping the fossil fuels dependence only to yacht engines supply; especially with the availability of spaces on sidewalks and the possibility of installing cells on yachts’ surfaces to reduce the amount of fossil fuel which reduces carbon emissions in the Marinas. Activities: 2.3 awareness sessions and campaigns of environmental violations Use social media as a platform to make an impact by showing through photos and fact sheets the difference one can make on wildlife and ecosystem. Create a “Save my Red Sea” poster campaigns. Topic: Facilitating the movement of residents in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way Activities: Sponsor a local sports festival to become a regular and international marathon or carnival race. It will include oriental celebrations (Tanura and hot balloon), advertising and selling points (bazar) throughout adult and kids entertainment activities, a concert and sponsors. Bicycle festival (Activities: 2.1.2) 205

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    This project is funded by the Europ

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    EuropeAid/132630/C/SER/Multi CLEANE

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    Table of contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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    4. CLIMATE DATA AND CLIMATE CHANGE

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    List of tables TABLE 1: EMISSION FA

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    Section III: Actions Planned This s

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    capacities under construction, resu

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    5 million magnetic ballasts with di

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    To mobilize all stakeholders in and

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    9. Coordinate with the government o

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    technical support of CES-MED, if re

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    - Information on national energy po

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    Section II: Baseline Emission Inven

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    Figure 2: Considered themes in BEI

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    1.3.2.1 Residential buildings In th

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    Volume Energy equivalent Diesel con

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    Air transport was estimated from th

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    average. Although, this figure stil

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    Energy consumption in GWh 12.0 10.0

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    GHG emissions in tCO 2eq/year in 20

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    Governorate of the Red Sea in 2015

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    and climate transition, • It will

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    temperature control system. There i

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    Energy in MWh/year Situation in 201

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    Section IV: Climate Adaptation Plan

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    populated cities and suburbs). In t

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    Severe floods hit Alexandria, 24th

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    scenario is estimated to be about 1

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    place in many cities such as Alexan

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    • Third National Communication on

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    − Develop a database for all chan

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    a. Maximum & Minimum temperature Fe

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    and August 2017. More specifically:

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    The Governorate of the Red Sea (mun

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    Receptors Extreme weather event - A

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    Receptors Extreme weather event Pot

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    Sea level rise* Significantly fewer

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    Sea level rise* Significantly fewer

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    een created to mitigate and evaluat

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    Technical Utilization of drip irrig

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    tourists’ transports that current

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    in particular and in the Governorat

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    3. Organization and procedures Form

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    - European Commission (EC), - Europ

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    - Climate Change Risk Management Pr

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    Component 4 It will assess costs of

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    6. Assumptions and risks - The key

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    3. City of Hurghada (Governorate of

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    - Second National Communication on

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    Administrative and coordination pro

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    The action plans (stage A) to suppl

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    converting Hotels and resorts by na

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    - Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Dev

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    - Egypt’s Sustainable Development

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    - Turn off electric equipment at th

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    - Municipality and Governorate - Go

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    Return on Investment (draft calcula

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    - Public Private Partnership - PPP

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