Comenius Germany analysis of surveys about transportation, family life, recycling and EU-regulations

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Comenius Germany analysis of surveys about transportation, family life, recycling and EU-regulations Slide 2 Comenius Germany transportation Slide 3 How do you go to school? buscaron footmopedtrainother 51%42%69%2%28%58% Slide 4 How many cars do you have at home? 1 car2 cars3 cars4 cars 35%53%10%2% Slide 5 Which of the following kinds of transportation have you ever used? buscarferrytrainboatmopedmotorbikebikeairplanesubway 100% 88%100%95%49%45%100%75%97% Slide 6 How many bikes do you have at home? none234567891012 3%6%9%26%15%12%10%12%1%4%1% Slide 7 How many mopeds/motorbikes do you have at home? none1 moped2 mopeds3 mopeds5 mopeds 63%25%9%1,50% Slide 8 Comenius Germany family life Slide 9 How do you heat at home? heating oilnatural gasdistrict heatcarbonchimneyfan heatersolar energy 29%43%18%11%18%15%11% Slide 10 How important is energy saving for you and your family? very importantimportantnot so importantnot importantwasteful 18%52%28%0%2% Slide 11 Which kind of energy-saving gadgets do you have at home? accumulator92% energy-saving lamps82% lamps with movement sensors38% solar energy5% gadgets with energy-efficiency category A57% Slide 12 Which kinds of electrical gadgets do you have at home? 1.dishwasher96% 2.cooker100% 3.toaster100% 4.electric kettle98% 5.egg cooker9% machine87% 7.fridge100% 8.freezer100% 9.washing machine94% blower100% razor67% trimmer17% 13.shower radio7% 14.electric toothbrush75% 15.TV100% 16.computer100% 17.stereo/boombox92% 18.DVD player76% 19.radio93% 20.record player17% 21.lamps100% consoles87% 23.vacuum cleaner100% 24.power tools100% Slide 13 Comenius Germany recycling Slide 14 Did you use pledge-articles? yesno 98%2% Slide 15 If yes, which ones? bottlesaccusdosesglasboxes 98% 5% 20% 10% 5% Slide 16 Do you have some trash cans for batteries in your school? YesNo 100%0% Slide 17 Do you separate the wastes? YesNo 95%5% Slide 18 If yes, in which criteria? remainder garbage compostdomestic refuse glaspaperaluminumGreen point plasticscheck garbage 29% 39%32%83%56%20%25%7% Slide 19 Are there incineration plants in the near of you? yesno 31%69% Slide 20 How important is recycling in your life? Very importantNot so important Not important 36%7%57% Slide 21 Do you use products,which you can recycling? 8%23%69% MaybeNoYes If yes: 10% 2 7% 3627% neverrarelysometimesoften Slide 22 Do you buy recycling-products, which are more expensive then other products 44%56% More cheapMore expensive Slide 23 Do you talk about recycling in your school? 64%36% noyes Do you make something for recycling in your school? 13%77%48% NothingSeparate wasteRecycle batteries Slide 24 Do you think there is there a future for recycling? yesno 29%71% Slide 25 What do you think: Which country is the recycling-worldchampion? Slide 26 And which one is the last place? Slide 27 Have you thought about taking part in recycling? yesno 29%71% Do you take part in recycling now? yesno 27%73% Slide 28 If yes, how do you do it? Garbage seperating Bottles collectingMetal collecting 5%90%5% Do you want to change something In the regarding of the recycling system in your country? yesno 10%90% Slide 29 Waste paper Used packing material, papers, books, magazines and advertising brochures can be used for producing new paper. This relieves the waste disposal and saves energy and raw materials. The German paper industry wins more than a half of the demand for raw materials from waste paper. So Germany takes a leading position in Europe. People who use writing and copy paper, but also toilet paper or waste paper, save the environment. The federal office for environment and nature protection in Germany says that the piles of rubbish are getting smaller (minus about 10 million tons every year) and it saves up to 70 per cent of fresh water and 65 per cent of thermal energy because of recycling paper. Slide 30 Copyright Slide 31 the environment profits effectively Waste separation and recycling are important components of an effective economic path. The Dual System in Germany verified in an annual balance that packaging recycling not only protects the resources but also contributes to saving energy and release of climate. Because of that, a total of 64,1 billion megajoules of primary energy were saved. Furthermore the output of 1,32 million tons of climate-damaging greenhouse gases could be avoided, this equals the emissions of about 25 billion navigated railroad kilometers. So each citizen could go about 300 kilometers by train. Slide 32 Total waste in millions tonnes Slide 33 Waste of packing produced by the indutrie 2001 Slide 34 Waste of packing produced privat Slide 35 Comenius Germany rules and regulations Kyoto Protocol Slide 36 The industrialisation process has caused the global average temperature to rise by 0.6 degrees Celsius since the start of the 20th century. Mankind therefore has a problem: Nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide and methane known collectively as greenhouse gases are warming the planet and wreaking havoc on the climate. In 1992, 154 nations attended a climate convention that, for the first time, addressed the problem and searched for solutions. In 1997, after tedious negotiations, the countries signed a protocol in the Japanese city of Kyoto that required all industrialised nations to lower their greenhouse emissions by 5.2% by 2012. Threshold countries were required to stabilise their emissions at a level equal to that of 1990, while developing countries were not given any regulations at all. Slide 37 Global Regulations Germanys national allocation plan Of all the countries in the European Union, only 5 were able to lay out their allocation plans by March 2004: Denmark, Germany, Finland, Ireland and Austria. 2400 companies from the energy, steel, paper and ceramics industries are receiving free emission rights encompassing 503 Mt per year, from 2005 to 2007. From 2008 until 2012, the total emissions will be reduced by an average of 495 Mt per year. Former environment minister Jrgen Trittin, originally desired an emission reduction down to 480 Mt per year, but was unable to convince economic minister Wolfgang Clement. Slide 38 The situation in Brandenburg Despite conservation efforts, a rise in energy consumption of around 33% by 2020 is expected. The main reasons are industrial growth and transportation. This creates a necessity for change in energy, emission, and climate politics. At the forefront of the goals provided by the Council for Sustainable Development, the following areas should be focused on especially: Building renovation and modernization. Transportation, mobility and urban development. Development and use of renewable energy sources.