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Towards a local action plan for Venice Veneto Region/CORILA and ARPAV Elena Gissi, PhD, Assistant Professor, Iuav University of Venice/CORILA egissi@iuav.it Venice, 8thof November, 2012. Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice. for Venice – support to the local stakeholders. APICE Partners

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Towards a local action plan for Venice

Veneto Region/CORILA and ARPAV

Elena Gissi, PhD, Assistant Professor, Iuav University of Venice/CORILA

egissi@iuav.it

Venice, 8thof November, 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

for Venice – support to the local stakeholders

  • APICE Partners
  • Environmental Agency of Veneto Region (ARPAV) – scientific partner
  • Regional Authority of Veneto, Territorial Planning Department (CORILA)
  • Stakeholders involved
  • Venice Port Authority
  • Municipality of Venice – Air Quality Department
  • Harbour Master
  • Venice Terminal Passeggeri S.r.l.
  • Customs Agency

1_APICE in Venice opened the discussion to Stakeholders participation in co-thinking and co-operating in developing actions for mitigation of Air Pollution;

2_APICE as a platform for discussion on the interaction between anthropogenic activities in the Lagoon context and their compatibility with Air Quality;

3_ Contents and analysis were co-built with the local stakeholders according to their competences and their roles with respect to the topics taken into consideration.

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Main findings on Emissions

Venice and its territory

1_The Harbour is located inside the Venice Lagoon

2_ It is divided in two main sections: i) Commercial and Industrial Harbour in Marghera; ii) Passengers Port in Marittima;

3_The phase of Manoeuvring is quite long, from the Inlets to the berths (2h 45’ to Marghera; 1h 45’ to Marittima)

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

Future time: 2020 Venice Port development

_New Motorways of the Sea Terminal: 1800 ships for year in Fusina

_The New Container Terminal: first development at 155 containerships

_Cruise ships increase of 2% a year

_Increment of traffic induced by port activities, related to the Venice harbour development scenario: +2% annual for passenger vehicles, +1.350.000 heavy duty vehicles at 2020

_Sulphur content of 0.5 m/m with a PM2.5/PM10 (MARPOL Annex VI at 2020) emission decrease of 20%

2020 vs 2011 Emissions – base future scenario (2020-2011)/2011%

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Main findings on Emissions

Venice and its territory

2011

1_ Environmental context with critical conditions in winter, with the exceedings in concentrations;

2_ Boundary conditions very relevant, with respect to Northern Italian flatland (Bacino Padano);

3_ The Contribution of Port activities analyzed at local and Regional scale, to understand the potential effects of mitigation with respect to local and Regional actions.

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Main findings on Emissions

Venice and its territory

2011

1_ Environmental context with critical conditions in winter, with the exceedings in concentrations;

2_ Boundary conditions very relevant, with respect to Northern Italian flatland (Bacino Padano);

3_ The Contribution of Port activities analyzed at local and Regional scale, to understand the potential effects of mitigation with respect to local and Regional actions.

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Main findings on Emissions

Venice and its territory

2020

1_ Environmental context with critical conditions in winter, with the exceedings in concentrations;

2_ Boundary conditions very relevant, with respect to Northern Italian flatland (Bacino Padano);

3_ The Contribution of Port activities analyzed at local and Regional scale, to understand the potential effects of mitigation with respect to local and Regional actions.

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Main findings on Emissions

Venice and its territory

2020

1_ Environmental context with critical conditions in winter, with the exceedings in concentrations;

2_ Boundary conditions very relevant, with respect to Northern Italian flatland (Bacino Padano);

3_ The Contribution of Port activities analyzed at local and Regional scale, to understand the potential effects of mitigation with respect to local and Regional actions.

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Measures

_Ranking discussed and assessed with stakeholders according to main scientific findings;

_Approach oriented towards the compatibility of anthropogenic activities with air quality of urban ecosystem at different scales (local, regional);

_Attention to uncertainties deriving from macro-economic factors and future scenarios, that have guided the preference towards concertation and participation of all actors (institutional and economic ones) on measures with less intense initial investments (as Measures of I Rank)

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Measures

Uncertainty

_Ranking discussed and assessed with stakeholders according to main scientific findings;

_Approach oriented towards the compatibility of anthropogenic activities with air quality of urban ecosystem at different scales (local, regional);

_Attention to uncertainties deriving from macro-economic factors and future scenarios, that have guided the preference towards concertation and participation of all actors (institutional and economic ones) on measures with less intense initial investments (as Measures of I Rank)

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Measures

_ Launching of a Second Edition of the Venice Blue Flag, by the Municipality of Venice, the Venice Port Autorithy, the Venice Terminal Passengers and the Harbour Master. Currently under discussion the level of percentage in sulphure content and the schedule. It aims to anticipate the prescription on fuels by 2020, to be implemented towards an agreement with Ship Companies. (Venice Blue Flag, first edition in 2007-2009, n.30 Ship Companies)

_ Actions and measures currently under discussion, towards a mix of solutions to be implemented in a strict relation with ship companies and local institutions, according to a framework in evolution towards 2020.

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

APICE for Venice – Measures

In line with the approach of concertation between stakeholders, great attention is given to measure group 7, titled «Coordination, Monitoring, Inventoring, Communicating», towards the constitution of a Coastal Air Quality Steering/Working Group in charge to coordinate and to integrate the activities going on about Air Quality, according to each stakeholder’s competences and roles.

Those actions attains on a high ranking position, as to witness the great interest on the necessity to corrdinate and to capitalize results, data and actions.

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APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a Local Action Plan for Venice

Mainstreaming of LAP within Venice knowledge framework as driver for the sustainable development in the Venetian port-city

_ Blue Flag II edition: agreement with Shipowners anticipating 2020 requirements in fuels;

_Agreement between Venice Port Autority, Venice Harbour Master, Venice Custom Agency, to extend the recent agreement on controls, towards a perspective of sharing data to update emissions inventory and related management activities;

_Establishing a permanent table between stakeholders with respect to monitoring and controls for air quality; modalities will be defined by participants with respect to their roles and competences;

_Regional Plan for Air Quality of Veneto (Piano di Risanamento e Tutela dell’Atmosfera, PRTRA), under revision: acquisition of APICE results in terms of emissions inventories and as preliminary studies for the local action plan for Venice compartment;

_Regional Masterplan of Veneto (Piano Territoriale Regionale di Coordinamento, PTRC), under revision: acquisition on transport indications and environmental results within the Regional Masterplan updating activities: rationalization and optimization of infrastructure; mobility policies, environmental compatibility and landscape quality.

Voluntary agreements

Planning

APICE final Conference

Venice, 8 November 2012

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Towards a local action plan for Venice

Veneto Region/CORILA and ARPAV

Elena Gissi, PhD, Assistant Professor, Iuav University of Venice/CORILA

egissi@iuav.it

Venice, 8thof November, 2012