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2.1.1.Template Two-

2.1.1.Template Two- Communication Plan 2.1.1 Proposed Communication or Awareness Raising Action related to Specific/Pilot Project: Energy .................................................................................................................................. 194 2.1.2.Template 2 - Communication Plan 2.1.2 Proposed Communication or Awareness Raising Action related to Specific/Pilot Project: Environment ......................................................................................................................... 196 2.2.TEMPLATE 2 - COMMUNICATION PLAN 2.2 PROPOSED COMMUNICATION OR AWARENESS RAISING ACTION RELATED TO SPECIFIC/PILOT PROJECT: ENERGY ...................................................................................................................................... 198 2.3.TEMPLATE TWO- COMMUNICATION PLAN 2.3 PROPOSED COMMUNICATION OR AWARENESS RAISING ACTION RELATED TO SPECIFIC/PILOT PROJECT: ENERGY ...................................................................................................................................... 200 2.4. TEMPLATE 2 - COMMUNICATION PLAN 2.4 PROPOSED COMMUNICATION OR AWARENESS RAISING ACTION RELATED TO SPECIFIC/PILOT PROJECT: ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................................................................. 202 3.1. TEMPLATE 3.1 - IDENTIFICATION OF CAPP CAMPAIGN TOPIC RELATED TO SUSTAINABLE ENERGY CHALLENGES ....................... 204 3.2. TEMPLATE 3.2 CAPP ACTIVITIES AS RELATED TO SECAP PRIORITY ACTIONS OF HURGHADA .................................................... 207 REFERENCES ............................................................................................................................................................ 214 List of Figures 6 FIGURE 1: CALCULATION PRINCIPLE OF THE INVENTORY ................................................................................................................. 24 FIGURE 2: CONSIDERED THEMES IN BEI (%TCO2EQ/YEAR) – CITY OF HURGHADA, GOVERNORATE OF RED SEA 2015 .............................. 25 FIGURE 3: FINAL ENERGY/YEAR (2015) – HURGHADA ................................................................................................................. 31 FIGURE 4: ENERGY CONSUMPTION PER SECTOR AND TYPE OF RESOURCES IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA (2015) .......................................... 32 FIGURE 5: GHG EMISSIONS – HURGHADA (2015) ....................................................................................................................... 33 FIGURE 6: GHG EMISSIONS PER SECTOR AND TYPE OF RESOURCES IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA (2015) ................................................... 33 FIGURE 7: GOVERNORATE ASSETS SERVICES – HURGHADA (2015) ................................................................................................. 34 FIGURE 8: GOVERNORATE ASSETS SERVICES ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND COSTS – HURGHADA (2015) ................................................. 35 FIGURE 9: GHG EMISSIONS IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA, GOVERNORATE OF RED SEA – BAU (2015 – 2030)......................................... 36 FIGURE 10: IMPRESSION OF THE CITY OF HURGHADA AND ITS RESORTS – GOVERNORATE OF RED SEA CAPITAL ......................................... 39 FIGURE 11 : SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND CLIMATE ACTION PLAN (SECAP) FRAMEWORK FOR THE CITY OF HURGHADA ................................ 41 FIGURE 12: SEASONAL (WINTER: DECEMBER – JANUARY – FEBRUARY; SPRING: MARCH – APRIL – MAY; SUMMER: JUNE – JULY – AUGUST; AUTUMN: SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER – NOVEMBER) MEAN TEMPERATURE (OC, PANELS A-D) AND TOTAL PRECIPITATION (MM PER SEASON, PANELS E-H) MAPS FOR THE PERIOD 1961 -1990 ............................................................................................................... 64 FIGURE 13: MULTI GLOBAL MODEL ENSEMBLE (MGME) AVERAGE CHANGE IN SURFACE AIR TEMPERATURE FOR THE FOUR SEASONS, 2071– 2100 MINUS 1961–1990. ............................................................................................................................................ 64 FIGURE 14: CLASSIFICATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON CITIES............................................................................................... 66 FIGURE 15: CLASSIFICATION CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON CITIES - EGYPT ....................................................................................... 67 FIGURE 16: CLIMATE DATE (MEAN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION), HURGHADA ......................................................................... 76 FIGURE 17: CLIMATE DATA (HOURS OF SUNSHINE 2016), HURGHADA ............................................................................................ 76 FIGURE 18: CLIMATE DATA - CITY OF HURGHADA, GOVERNORATE OF RED SEA .................................................................................. 77 FIGURE 19: DECADAL TRENDS IN SEASONALLY AVERAGED TEMPERATURES FOR EGYPT AND SURROUNDING AREAS OVER THE PERIOD 1960 TO 2010 .................................................................................................................................................................................. 78 FIGURE 20: CHANGE IN COOL NIGHTS (A,B), WARM NIGHTS (C,D), COOL DAYS (E,F) AND WARM DAYS (G,H) FOR EGYPT OVER THE PERIOD 1960 TO 2003 RELATIVE TO 1961-1990. ................................................................................................................................. 79 FIGURE 21: TOTAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION FOR EGYPT OVER THE PERIOD 1960 TO 2003 RELATIVE TO 1961-1990 FROM HADEX (ALEXANDER ET. AL, 2006) ............................................................................................................................................. 80 FIGURE 22: CLIMATE SCENARIOS FOR THE CITY OF HURGHADA 1980-2003, 2050 AND 2080 ............................................................ 81

List of tables TABLE 1: EMISSION FACTORS USED FOR FOSSIL FUEL AND ELECTRICITY .............................................................................................. 26 TABLE 2: TOTAL WASTE IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA (2015) .......................................................................................................... 29 TABLE 3: NON-ENERGETIC EMISSION PRODUCED FROM ANIMAL IN THE CITY OF HURGADA (2015)........................................................ 30 TABLE 4: FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION/ YEAR ............................................................................................................................ 31 TABLE 5: ENERGY CONSUMPTION PER SECTOR AND PER ENERGY SOURCE IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA (2015)........................................... 32 TABLE 6: GHG EMISSION/ YEAR - HURGHADA ............................................................................................................................. 33 TABLE 7: GHG EMISSIONS PER SECTOR AND ENERGY SECTOR IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA (2015) .......................................................... 34 TABLE 8: ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND ANNUAL COST FOR HURGHADA ASSETS................................................................................... 34 TABLE 9: ENERGY CONSUMPTION PER SECTOR AND PER ENERGY IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA (2015)...................................................... 35 TABLE 10: RANKING OF CLIMATE CHANGE VULNERABILITIES IN EGYPT (OECD) .................................................................................. 71 TABLE 11: SCENARIO DAY (1 JULY) – CITY OF HURGHADA, GOVERNORATE OF RED SEA ..................................................................... 80 TABLE 12: CLIMATE CHANGE RISKS BY SECTORS – CITY OF HURGHADA, GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA ................................................ 82 TABLE 13: GOVERNORATE’S (MUNICIPALITY’S) SCORE IN THE ADAPTATION CYCLE SPECIFIC STEPS (SECAP TEMPLATE AND JRC GUIDELINES) - CITY OF HURGHADA, GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA ........................................................................................................... 83 TABLE14: CLIMATE HAZARD TYPES ........................................................................................................................................... 84 TABLE 15: VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS (BASED ON THE FUTURE CITIES ADAPTATION COMPASS TOOL) 1-5 ........................................... 86 TABLE 16: RISK ASSESSMENT (1-3) ........................................................................................................................................... 94 TABLE 17: RISK ASSESSMENT OF RECEPTORS, CITY OF HURGHADA – GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA ..................................................... 98 TABLE 18: SUGGESTED ADAPTATION ACTIONS FOR POPULATION AND PUBLIC HEALTH – GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA .......................... 106 TABLE 19: SUGGESTED ADAPTATION ACTIONS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE – GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA ............................................... 107 TABLE 20: SUGGESTED ADAPTATION ACTIONS FOR BUILT ENVIRONMENT – GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA .......................................... 108 TABLE 21: SUGGESTED ADAPTATION ACTIONS FOR ECONOMY – GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA ......................................................... 108 TABLE 22: SUGGESTED ADAPTATION ACTIONS FOR BIODIVERSITY – GOVERNORATE OF THE RED SEA ..................................................... 109 7

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    Section IV: Climate Adaptation Plan

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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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    The Governorate of the Red Sea (mun

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    Receptors Extreme weather event - A

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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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    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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    Component 4 It will assess costs of

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    6. Assumptions and risks - The key

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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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    Return on Investment (draft calcula

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    - Public Private Partnership - PPP

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    - Code for Improving Energy Consump

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    permits, approvals and follow up pr

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    o o Table 3 presents the proposed a

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    I. Identification of the target aud

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    sector. It would be recommended to

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    - Roles and responsibilities (Commu

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    6 months apart from heavy tourist s

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    The dependence of Marinas and yacht

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    Template 3.2 CAPP activities as rel

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    - Smart service for smart people -

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    protection, Promote green tourism i

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    adapt/improve measures according to

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    Omran E. Frihy, Khalid M. DewidarMo

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