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Recommendations: These

Recommendations: These tables have been thought and prepared by the communes and municipalities. In this approach, they aim to promote in a particularly innovative and ambitious way local communities’ response to current challenges identified in the SEAPs and SECAPs, notably in the management of energy and the promotion of renewable energies. They allow us as well to identify the most appropriate communication actions to reach the local community. In the case of Hurghada specifically, the city seems to have identified various challenges and plans to develop awareness actions to address these challenges in order to promote a sustainable tourism that significantly reduces tourism’s impact on the local environment and global climate. It is also planning to raise awareness on the climate risks, adaptation challenges and possible actions to speed up the energy transition towards clean and sustainable solutions and mobilize all stakeholders in and around the City of Hurghada. More than ever, applying the energy saving methods should be a collective responsibility and commitment. For that awareness campaigns are an indispensable tool for the dissemination of good practices, to help reduce energy consumption on a day-to-day basis. It should be carried out through partnerships: including indigenous people, local communities, visitors, industry and government, citizens, private sector, NGO participation in the development and management of energy resources and renewables. Moreover, educating and informing the local population and actors about the new city’s vision in favour of sustainable energy. More specifically engaging with all tourism operators to ensure they contribute to the necessary energy transition and highlight the many benefits they will get from this transformation. First, establish The Green City Awareness Unit (GCAU) that will be a key component of the SECAP implementation, as most of the impacts expected for the action plan, depends on the adequate mobilisation and engagement of stakeholders to cease the opportunities offered to make the City Green and doing so contribute to the success of the SECAP. Then stick to the vision slogan in every communication; and highlight the goal aimed at and attain it (Sustaining tourism for a better development); The Governorate of Red Sea needs to create Hurghada brand identity and slogan and use it in all communications. Then develop robust communication campaign not only all across the City of Hurghada and the Governorate but on the international level as well. Developing a strong and comprehensive communication methodology will allow all actors to be involved in and contribute to the city’s efforts it should include: The creation of a permanent municipal information point; the publication of articles in local, regional and international newspapers; the production of brochures, posters and information letters with success stories. For that, it is essential to implement and empower a communication cell within the city council, strengthen its capabilities and its human resources; Build a proper Website of the city as well as social networks, promoting them as communication tools between the city and its citizens to create cohesion and therefore persuasion concerning the ongoing projects and the future ones. Last but not least, draw attention to the importance of sustainable tourism in the city as a tool for development; raise awareness among the tourists as well to make them conscious travellers; be part of international days (such as the World Tourism Day, celebrated in September 27); Highlight the interdependencies between the different components that nourish the City’s economy, and develop specific actions to educate citizens on ways to conserve natural resources, preserve water and save energy; Train the staff responsible for environmental management to become properly qualified and have the awareness, knowledge and skills to implement environmental best practices in accordance with regional and international standards. Therefore, it is essential to give the civil society enough empowerment to get it involved, learn to behave responsibly in relation to the environment, and actually become aware of its adherence to this cause; It is strongly recommended that the municipality of Irbid relies on the role of university students and academia, as partners in setting the sustainable and environmentally friendly future vision. Express a clear political commitment to involve individual target groups in future planning procedures to 212

adapt/improve measures according to specific demands; set up a permanent forum with representatives of the various target groups; boost energy rationalization at the municipality level will aim at not only protecting the environment, reducing the costs but also setting the example and encouraging citizens to master their consumption, know about renewable and efficient energy, and encourage their production and use; communicate and promote at the city/authority zone level about actions and measures toward energy saving and energy efficiency that could influence the customer consumption and buying behaviour and improve the quality of life in the city; Educate the audience by offering helpful energy efficiency tips to reduce cost and usage through entertainment, talk shows, special guests and things happening; This will convey a resonance regarding the populations’ own energy consumption (e.g. using energy efficiency to save money in the long term); and will make people aware of the positive effect their actions can have on their global and local environments. Last but not least, use adequate and well-targeted media to deliver its message; raising awareness should be carried out in an interconnected manner between the municipality and its citizens to create cohesion and therefore persuasion and change in behaviour. 213

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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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    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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    4.1.6. Awareness campaign 4.1.6.1 C

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    of the Red Sea, would implement a S

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    sustainable and green tourism throu

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    power air compressors for diving ac

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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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    − Develop a database for all chan

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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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    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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    • Alert /Communication actions: T

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    Controlled flood management zones h

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    Alert / Communication Educational T

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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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    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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