The city of Avellaneda has a total population of 30.446, and it is situated in a metropolitan area of 117.300 inhabitants in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. The city is located in a vast rural area whose predominant activity is agriculture with an additional growing stock of associated industrial companies. Regarding the energy scene in the city, Avellaneda covers 100% of its population with an electric power network. Of the total installed power in the City (24 MW), the equivalent of 25% of the local energy demand is generated by the company Biogás Avellaneda from industrial waste. The 6MW of renewable energies coincide with the current demand of the residential area of the city, the rest is mainly demand of the industrial sector. Energy consumption share is divided by: Residential: 25%; Commercial: 8%; Industrial: 64%; Public distributions: 1%; Street lighting: 2%.
This #UrbanOctober, we’re celebrating the value of nature in our cities & regions!
Learn about nature's gifts to people in cities: https://t.co/4iwrQOmzFF
Created by #INTERACTBio @iki_bmu
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One person’s trash is another one’s treasure. Cities are taking up this mantra as they focus on closing the waste loop & reintroducing recovered materials as inputs in production processes. That's Step 5 of the Circular City Actions Framework: https://t.co/noTKD3fKsM https://t.co/0p1ozIDow0
1000s of businesses are supporting local govts implement nature based solutions #NBS What's yours doing? 🤔
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ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability is a global network of more than 2500 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development.
The 100% Renewables Cities and Regions Roadmap is implemented by ICLEI and funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) through the International Climate Initiative (IKI).