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Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management by: André Philippe Hébert, Eng., M. Eng. General Director - CEMR Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** aphebert@ville.montreal.qc.ca (514) 728-3999 **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management 1 Context 2 «Recycled staff and Volunteers» 3 Budget & Administration 4 Planning and logistics 5 Reducing, Reusing and Recycling Catering NGOE’s & Young people «Protect the climate» (Carboneutral) 9 Transportation Table of Contents : Palais des Congrès **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** Source: A.P. Hébert 2 Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 10 Accomodations 11 Communications & Signposts 12 Cultural Activities 13 City tours & Environmental visits 14 Personalized welcomes at airport Protocol Security Contents & Declarations Acknowledgments 19 Conclusion & checklist Table of Contents (contd.) : Marché Bonsecours Source: ICLEI Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 3 Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 1- Context 186 activities/ events 85 locations 189 countries 9541 accredited delegates 300 municipal leaders 900 reporters 2 weeks for COP 11 etc. Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 4 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events:  Greening Events Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna Involving these partners who guaranteed the success of the events: 5 Slide6:  186 activities / events scheduled 3 weeks before COP 11 at end of October 36 activities / events proposed in September WORK IN PROGRESS: 6 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide7:  85 different locations ( in red color) Palais des Congrès Centre Mont-Royal Chalet du Mont- Royal Fourth Summit COP 11 / MOP1 Source: A.P. Hébert 7 Slide8:  COP 11 / MOP 1 Montreal 2005 11th Conference of Parties / 1st Meeting of Parties One activity is: 4 themes: Understanding and preparing for Climate Change; Showcasing solutions; Sharing best practices; Raising awareness 8 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austraux EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 2- «Recycled staff & Volunteers» Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** « Mixed crew » from: United Nations (1200); Federal Government ( 800) and the City of Montréal (200) only for the event; and generous persons from the public: 800 for COP11 and 75 for the 4th Summit * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 9 Lucie Fecteau public events Montréal Source: CSUNCCC Source: A.P. Hébert Slide10:  «TEAM WORK» Mimi Breton, Executive Director CSUNCCC and Environment Canada director for Québec Chantal I. Gagnon, Environment dept. Director, City of Montreal Key of success M.Bernier A. Blanchet G. Dubeau K. Fassett Source: A.P. Hébert Source: A.P. Hébert 10   «Recycled staff and volunteers»… «The  Clones» for the event only:    «Recycled staff and volunteers»… «The  Clones» for the event only Every body must have a « counterpart » in case of…sickness or double shifts and for fun! « The special crew of the City of Montréal » Marc Couillard (Human Resources) and André Philippe Hébert (CEMR) France Lear (recently retired city employee) and Spéciose Bigirindaviy (waste management) Claude Germain (Buildings) and Pierre Bisson (NDG Borough) 11 Source: A.P. Hébert Source: A.P. Hébert Source: S. Bigirindaviy Slide12:  Special support tools (Orthophotos) by Geomatics dept. since mid september for partners of every countries or provinces Germain Pigeon, Chief Land Surveyor, City of Montréal Sylvain Dubois, cartographer Source: A.P. Hébert 12 Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 3 - Budget and Administration Out of the pocket *** : 280 000 € (400 000 $) Internal contribution of municipal departments: 245 000€ (350 000 $): Value of the Event : 70 000 000 € (100 000 000 $) Economic benefits: approx. 40 000 000 € (50,000,000$) for provincial and federal governments and notoriety for the City *** Excluded security paid by the Federal Government «Moderate & distinghuised!» Petty cash: 10,000 € Total *** : 525,000 € (less than 1 %!) Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 For the City: 13 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 4- Planning and Logistics Choice the Venue 26 locations evaluated with criteria Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 14 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide15:  Universities, hotels & convention centers, etc. Source: A.P. Hébert 15 Slide16:  Choice of the «posh» location for the 4th Summit of the Municipal Leaders on Climate Change Source: A.P. Hébert 16 Slide17:  Mount Royal Chalet: Montréal Mayoral Dinner Gala held in a municipal building of the City with no cover charge ! Bonus : Scenic view of the city of Montreal from the top of the Mount Royal Source: A.P. Hébert 17 Slide18:  At night, scenic view of the city of Montréal and the south shore from the Belvedere Source: A.P. Hébert 18 Slide19:  Proud to receive delegates in our 1932 building Source: Denis Labine 19 Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 5 - Reducing, Reusing and Recycling 4 € for this recycled table in my temporary office Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 20 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide21:  Invitations sent by e-mail to save time, paper & GHG! 21 Slide22:  Re-used boxes for moving objects for the Venue Source: A.P. Hébert 22 Slide23:  Recycled cardboard plates were used as signposts in our building 23 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide24:  Reuse of the back of electoral posters for pedestrian signposting & marking of meetings to the Bunker! Mayor Gérald Tremblay Welcome ! Source: A.P. Hébert Source: A.P. Hébert 24 Slide25:  « Briefcases » given to all delegates of 4th Summit made out of recycled street banners Source: A.P. Hébert 25 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide26:  Reuse of 36 different chairs for four months ! 26 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 6- Catering Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 27 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide28:  Chef Yves Malenfant, partner volunteer for the greening event at the Centre Mont-Royal Source: A.P. Hébert 28 Slide29:  Waste separation & recycling Source: CSUNCCC Source: A.M. Comparot Source: A.M. Comparot 29 Slide30:  Recycling bins were placed in strategic areas to recycle glass, plastic and metal, as well as paper and cardboard, in addition to the regular container. They amounted to 7,000 liters. Source: A.M. Comparot Source: A.M. Comparot Source: A.M. Comparot 30 Slide31:  A major part of organic materials generated from meal preparation, including table scraps and paper towels in bathrooms originating from the Palais des Congrès, Centre Mont-Royal and the Chalet du Mont-Royal were composted. They amounted to 4,150 liters. Ville de Laval - Mironor Source: A.P. Hébert 31 Slide32:  At all times washable dishes were used ! Source: A.P. Hébert 32 Slide33:  Purchasing local food products within 40 km of Montreal for the Mayor’s Dinner by the chef Fabrice Coutenceau Source: Denis Labine 21 33 Slide34:  Water available throughout the Summit was local drinking water served in jugs. However, bottled water was available upon request ! Source : ICLEI 34 Slide35:  Fair trade & organic coffee sponsored by Van Houtte – Head Office in Montreal ! 35 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide36:  Use of large milk cartons instead of cups and sugar cubes instead of sugar packets in order to reduce the packaging 36 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide37:  Francois Chartier, world-renown wine expert wrote on climatic change in his annual review 2006 edition and ensured for us wine harmony with meals! 37 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide38:  2 wines were chosen from Canada ( one from Québec) to minimize transportation (GHG) and develop local economy! One biologic wine from France was served... They were excellent! sponsored the wines and more! 38 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 7- NGOE’s and Young People (Non governmental organism in environment) Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 Source: Noemi Desmarais avec l’artiste Philippe Allard 39 Sculpture Équiterre Slide40:  appointed by COP 11 as a «facilitator» for NGOE’s 40 Source: Équiterre Source: A.P.Hébert Slide41:  Greenpeace solar truck- Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle 41 Source: CSUNCCC Source: Équiterre Slide42:  Source: Alice Roy-Bolduc 42 Slide43:  Source: Alice Roy Bolduc Source: Alice Roy Bolduc Familial & pacific March 43 René-Lévesque Blvd In front of Guy Favreau Complex Slide44:  Clean march of Dec. 3rd with more than 10, 000 persons: Recycling truck + 240 clear bags provided by the City to the organizers instead of installing more garbage cans on the street Groupe Tiru 44 Mélanie Ferguson Arrondissement Montréal- Nord Source: A.P. Hébert Source: A.P. Hébert Slide45:  Exchange of a private land for a public alley for two weeks to support NGOE’s with occupation of streets Palais des Congrès Cop 11 / Mop 1 45 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide46:  To save energy, a group of young participants have replaced all light bulbs at their own expense for more performant ones in one Youth Hostel 46 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 8- «Protect the climate» (Carboneutral event) 2X equivalent of CO 2 compensed by plantations of trees and buying «green credits» Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 Jacques Languirand Mr. Stéphane Dion, Minister of Environment of Canada and President of Cop 11 47 Source: CSUNCCC Slide48:  To compensate the conference-related green-house gases emissions, 100 trees were planted on Mount Royal as a symbol of the contribution from the partners of COP 11; 200 hectares of forest will be planted in Canada next year. Hydro- Québec was the coordinator of project « Protect the Climate » Québec Forest Industry Council 48 Pine tree «Carrier» Source: A.P. Hébert Slide49:  …and the City of Montréal will plant 2,200 trees in parks and streets next year over the number scheduled in the budget 2006 49 Source: A.P. Hébert Mount Royal Park Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 9- Transportation Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 50 Pamela Richard Jean Beauchemin Montréal Airport Source: SSIM Slide51:  300 Summit participants for the Mayoral Gala Dinner, 150 delegates for the Montreal City Tours & Environmental visits were transported in buses fuelled by biodiesel. A fleet of 65 biodiesel buses was made available for the 10,000 delegates attending COP 11 in case of an increase of the security level (from moderate to high) at the Palais des Congrès. 51 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide52:  According to the needs, 56 seats. 52 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide53:  Biodiesel shuttle of 21 seats. 53 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide54:  Biodiesel tank at Canada Coach, Montréal Mr. Jean Mercier, bus driver 15 % of vegetal oil 54 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide55:  For 4,743 COP 11 delegates, a public transport pass was issued at 30% less than the the regular price, in an effort to curb pollution and traffic congestion. In all, 325 free passes were given to all delegates of the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit. 55 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 10- Accomodations Hotel Le Germain Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 56 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide57:  Palais des Congrès Centre Mont-Royal Chalet du Mont- Royal * * * 6000 rooms in Montreal were reserved since summer Blocks of rooms reserved in 3 hotels for the Fourth Summit… 57 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide58:  …Close to the underground public transportation network … 58 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide59:  … and within 5 minutes walking distance of the Venue 59 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 11- Communications & Signposts «Montréal à la carte» Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 60 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide61:  20 000 bilingual leaflets were distributed by COP 11 in the vicinity of the Palais des Congrès before events 61 Source: CSUNCCC Slide62:  Most of meetings with the United Nations, ICLEI, CSUNCCC, «Protect the climate», etc. were held via telephone or video conferencing to save energy, time,money and reduce GHG emissions! 62 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide63:  To discover and appreciate the City of Montreal, we offered free official TOURISME MONTRÉAL information in the delegates’ recycled briefcases to minimize the production of new material 63 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 12- Cultural events Exhibition at City Hall: Air, Water, Earth & Fire ( glimpse into Québec’s Ice Storm) Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 64 Source: Denis Labine Source: A.P. Hébert Slide65:  Canadian Ambassador for Climate Change, Mr. Jacques Bilodeau, Montréal Executive Committee- Sustanaible Development, Mr. Alan DeSousa Experiencing the «earthquake machine» ! 65 Source: Denis Labine Montréal Mayor, Mr. Gérald Tremblay Executive Director CSUNCCC and Environment Canada, director for Québec, Ms.Mimi Breton Slide66:  Nature is mightier than man: In January 1998,Montreal was paralysed by the worst Ice Storm of its history when more than half the population of the province of Québec (4 000 000 h.) were in a total black out …during 3 to 21 days!!! 66 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide67:  «La Joute» : 7 000 000 € …A major works of Art of the Montreal public Art collection in front of the Palais des Congrès was protected artist: Jean-Paul-Riopelle 67 Source: A.P. Hébert Source: Danielle Rondeau Slide68:  At the Biodôme (Museum Nature) «Canada Flavors» a CSUNCCC Cultural event 68 Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 13 - City tours & Environmental visits Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 69 Source: A.P. Hébert Source: A.P. Hébert Gazmont Olympic Stadium Slide70:  500 complimentary passes were offered by the City (Museum Nature) and the RIO ( Olympic Stadium); exceptionnaly, these installations opened to the delegates on non performance day (Monday) ! 70 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 14- Personalized welcomes at the Montréal Airport Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 71 Nathalie Bédard Geneviève Tremblay Source: SSIM Nathalie Bédard Geneviève Tremblay Slide72:  Welcoming of 2 Chinese delegations in Cantonese and Mandarin languages during the week-end of december 3rd and 4th. Thanks to fluent foreign languages volunteers! Pierre Quevillon Ping Wang 72 Montréal Airport Source: A.P. Hébert Slide73:  Bienvenida Argentina! Buenos Dias! Maria Paula Debeza Source: SSIM 73 COP 11’s Volunteers City of Montréal’s Volunteers Slide74:  Source: SSIM Daniel Girard Mireille Alary 74 Slide75:  Teacher: former chief of the protocol service Louis Dussault 75 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide76:  With compact car like Chevrolet AVEO belonging to the fleet of the City’s firemen dept. Prevention unit Alain Perreault Source:SSIM 76 Slide77:  7 seats mini van, as sometime needed to accomodate visitors with heavy luggages Sylvain Labrecque Source: SSIM 77 Slide78:  Toyota Prius Hybrid cars were offered by City’s boroughs (3) Daniel Girard Source: SSIM 78 Slide79:  85% Ethanol vehicles (12 Impalas) CSUNCCC Fleet of cars Source: CSUNCCC 05% Ethanol vehicles ( 43 Impalas) 79 Source: CSUNCCC Slide80:  Reuse of garments : 55 second hand winter suits from social economy firm were offered to participants hailing came from warm countries. 25 were accepted gladly . After the event, the remaining garments were donated for the needy Source: SSIM 80 Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 15- Protocol Lynn Gagnon Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 81 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide82:  Trust in youth : The official opening of the Fourth municipal leaders Summit on climatic change with 11 Musicians of the School «FACE» Source: Denis Labine 82 Slide83:  Honour table Source: Denis Labine Source: Denis Labine 83 Slide84:  Summit documents such as this menu, letterhead, invitations and program booklets were printed on recycled paper. 84 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide85:  Another example of wise reuse: Shredded paper and recyclable bags were used to wrap the souvenir gifts offered to Municipal Leaders ! (local maple products of Grand Maître sucrier international Juliette Grégoire) 85 Source: A.P. Hébert Source: A.P. Hébert Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 16- Security Montréal Police Gendarmerie Royale du Canada Sureté du Québec Organizers The «Watch Committee» NGOE’s (Équiterre- facilitator) And Private Firms … Team work Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 86 Slide87:  A meeting point, prior to the March of Dec 3rd, 2005 «Zero arrests» Source: CSUNCCC 87 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide88:  Prior to the march at Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle the team is in place with Mary Moreland, CSUNCCC program coordinator 88 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide89:  Daily telephone conference report at 09h00 am with : Centre de Sécurité civile de Montréal Sécurité incendie de Montréal Police de Montréal Société de transport de Montréal Inspection des aliments Arrondissement Ville- Marie Service de l’environnement et du développement durable Urgences-santé Québec ADRLSSSS (Agence santé sociale Québec) ADRLSSSS ( Santé publique Montréal) Sécurité publique du Québec Transport Québec Agenge de Santé publique du Canada Montréal 2005 Sureté du Québec Forces Canadiennes Sécurité Publique et Protection Civile Canada 17 «safety» partners: 89 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide90:  Agriculture et Agroalimentaire Canada; Anciens combattants du Canada; Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments; Affaires étrangères et Commerce international;Affaires indiennes et du Nord Canada; Administration des pilotes des Laurentides; Administrations portuaires (de Montréal;de Trois-Rivières;de Québec;du Saguenay;de Sept- Iles); Agence de Revenu Canada; Agence spatiale Canadienne; Agence de services frontaliers canadien; Bibliothèques et Archives Canada; Banque du Canada; Bureau du Conseil Privé; Bureaux de sécurité des transports: (Aviation; ferroviaire; maritime; terrestre); Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire; Commission de la fonction publique; Citoyenneté et immigration du Canada; Commission de l’immigration et du statut des réfugiées; Conseil national de recherche du Canada militaire; Environnement Canada (Affaires ministérielles; Protection environnementale; services météorologiques); Héritage et patrimoine Canada; Garde cotière canadienne; Industrie Canada (télécommunications); Justice Canada; Pêches et Océans Canada; Parcs Canada; Recherche développement défense Canada ( Valcartier); Ressources naturelles Canada (Cartographie; foresterie; géologie); Santé Canada; Services Canada; Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité; Service correctionnel du Canada; Société canadienne d’hypothèque et de logement; Société canadienne des postes; Société radio Canada ( radiodiffusion; télédiffusion); Statistiques Canada; Transport Canada; Travaux publics et Services gouvernementaux Canada; Centre fédéral de coordination régionale aux opérations d’urgence ( Québec; Montréal); Groupe de coordination fédérale; Réserve opérationnelle d’urgence. …and daily written report from 54 other contributors «Normal», «nothing to report» disponibility, pré-alert… 90 Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 17- Contents & Declarations Mr. Bill Clinton, former president of USA Mr. Paul Martin, Canada PM Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 91 Source: CSUNCCC Slide92:  Creation of the «World Mayors Council» at the City Hall of Montréal 92 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide93:  Montréal Mayor, M. Gérald Tremblay Source: Denis Labine 93 Slide94:  Ms. Nicky Gavron, «Deputy Mayor, London, U. K. Ms. Hansa Patel ICLEI India Mr. Konrad Otto Zimmermann Sec. Gen. ICLEI Source:ICLEI 94 Slide95:  Positive interaction with the delegates about the final version of the declaration of Mayors to be presented at Cop 11 Source: ICLEI 95 Slide96:  Mr. Stéphane Dion, Minister of Environment of Canada and President of Cop 11 Mr. Greg Nickels, Mayor of Seattle, USA Ms. Nicky Gavron, Deputy Mayor, London, U. K. Mr. Konrad Otto Zimmermann Sec. Gen. ICLEI Messages addressed to members of the panel Source: ICLEI 96 Slide97:  Multilingual board during sessions At the micro, Ms. Paula Gabriela Freitas, ICLEI, from Portugal Source: ICLEI «Travelling» flowers arrangements…from one venue to the other ! Reuse of plants pots 97 Slide98:  One ton of CO2 !!! Canada’s Pavillon and exhibitions at Complexe Guy Favreau Each person generates 5 tons of CO2 per year 98 Source:CSUNCCC Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 18- «Acknowledgments» After the event: It’s a must to loop the loop with the team work! Acknowledgments by e- mail Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 99 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide100:  100 Greening Events *:  Greening Events * Austrian EU-Presidency 2006 16th-17th of January 2006 Vienna 19- Conclusion & checklist Action, Action and Action !!! The race against Climate Change continues! Green actions in the Montréal Logistic Checklist for COP 11 and the Fourth Summit** * Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management **Cop11/ Mop1: Montréal 2005 and the Fourth Municipal Leaders Summit on Climate Change: – Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, 2005 101 Slide102:  CSUNCCC and City of Montreal The goals were met and the results far exceeded our expectations ! This is our legacy to COP 12 102 Source: L.Lapointe Slide103:  Great teamwork and the beginning of a future powerful networking ! 103 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide104:  GREENCOP: Checklist of the 54 greening actions realised during COP11 and the 4th Summit * 104   Good planning;  Management of many details;  Teamworking;  Motivated crew (clone);  Committed volunteers;  Support of the Geomatic team (1);  Administration «moderate and distinguished» (2);  Availability of petty cash (minimize paperwork) (3);  Choice of the Venue (4);  Recycled office furniture (5);  E-mail invitations (6);  Reuse of old boxes (7);  Reuse of the back of electoral poster for pedestrian signposting (8);  Reuse of street banners as the «briefcases» given to delegates (9); (1 of 4) * (hyphen): Greening actions on the Montréal logistic checklist Slide105:  105  Sensitize the Chefs and their staff to waste reduction (10);  Reduce wrapping in the purchasing of special kind of food (11);  Waste separation & recycling (12);  Compostable materials from meals (13);  Washable china (14);  Purchasing local products (15);  Serving local drinking water in jugs (16);  Serving fair trade and organic coffee (17);  Use of large milk cartons instead of cups (18); Catering:  Use of sugar cubes instead of sugar packets (19);  Serving of local wines (20);  Serving of biological wine (21);  Sharing excess food with volunteers (22);  Involvement of NGOE and youth (23);  Supplying recycling bags and recycling truck (24);  Use the same flower arrangements, (25);  Compensate twice the equivalent of CO2 emission:  Plantation of trees (26);  Purchasing of green credits (27); GREENCOP: Checklist of the 54 greening actions realised during COP11 and the 4th Summit *  (2 of 4) * (hyphen): Greening actions on the Montréal logistic checklist Slide106:  106 GREENCOP: Checklist of the 54 greening actions realised during COP11 and the 4th Summit *  Transportation :  Training the vehicle’s drivers (avoid idling) (28);  Use of buses fuelled by biodiesel (29);  Use of shuttles according to the number of passagers (30);  Use of public transportation passes with a 30% reduction (31;  Free public transportation passes to delegates (32);  Accommodations:  Reservation of blocks of rooms prior to the event;  The events and hotels close to underground transportation (33);  Choice of hotels within 5 minutes of walking distance of the venue (34);  Communications and signposts:  Offer paper and website maps (35);  Distribution of leaflets to residents and business community;  Recycled cardboard plates as signposts (36);  Use of telephone or video conference (37);  Use of usual available free publications (38);  E-mailing correspondance (39);  Use of recycled paper for printing documents (40);  Impression of document on both sides (recto-verso) (41);  (3 of 4) * (hyphen): Greening actions on the Montréal logistic checklist Slide107:  107 GREENCOP: Checklist of the 54 greening actions realised during COP11 and the 4th Summit *  Cultural activities :  Covering of public art instead of using barricades (42);  Choice of green environment Venue to hold cultural event (43);  City tours and environmental visits :  Deal complimentary passes;  Visit landfill sites; technology showcase and green buildings (44);  Personalized welcomes at airport :  Call for volunteers speaking different languages;  Training of volunteers and drivers;  Use of compact cars (45);  Use of hybrid cars (46);  Use of ethanol vehicles (47);  Re-use of warm winter garments (48);  Protocol :  Include youth (musicians) in the event;  Shredded paper and recycled bags as wrapping gift souvenirs (49);  Security : Daily telephone conference calls «Watch Committee» (50);  Acknowledgments: Sent by e-mail (51).  (4 of 4) * (hyphen): Greening actions on the Montréal logistic checklist Slide108:  Action… At the City of Montréal during COP 11 : implementation of a new by-law ! 108 Source: CSUNCCC Slide109:  With its 80 partner organizations in Metropolitain Montréal Montréal is a leader in: 109 Source: A.P. Hébert Slide110:  The action of the 80 partners of the «Domino effect» will be measured with retained indicators 110 Slide111:  Centre d'expertise sur les matières résiduelles (Quebec expertise center in waste management) …To conclude, I would like to invite you and your team in Montreal, to visit our technology showcase: 111 Diffuse information on waste management issues and promote Québec innovative solutions in this field. Our technology showcase combined with an Eco-Center Source: A.P. Hébert Source: C. Bolduc Slide112:  And we are located on a huge ancient landfill site ( 200 ha. 40 000 000 t of waste ) in the center of the island of Montreal at the St- Michel environmental Complex www.cemr.ca …Thanks! La Tohu (LEED building) where is our office 112 20 Megawatts with methane Source: A.P. Hébert Source: A.P. Hébert Source: N. Dedovic A.P Hébert C. Bolduc C. Langevin

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