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  • 2012: Highest CO2 concentration in the atmosphere in 350,000 years2001 to 2010: warmest decade on recordMax Planck Institute for Meteorology: only immediate, drastic reduction of CO2 emissions will keep global warming below 2°C until 2100
  • Population Growth from 7bn to 9.3bn in 2050Growth of cities2009: For the first time in history, more than 50% of mankind live in cities2050: 70% of mankind projected to live in citiesMega-CitiesWorldwide1975: 3 megacities with more than 10 million inhabitants2025: 27 megacities with more than 10 million inhabitants; about one person out of ten lives in a megacity.
  • GE Ecomagination – Speaker Notes

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  • 1. The Green RadarSustainable Technology & DesignAditya Anupkumar / Andreas Kleinschmidt / AntonellaSquadrito / Arturo Gutierrez / Giuseppe Bono / Guilherme Costa Alves| Group A1-C
  • 2. ClimateHighest atmosphericconcentration of C02 in350,000 yearsWarmest decaderecorded Group A1-C
  • 3. Urbanization70% of Mankind willlive in Cities27 Megacities withmore than 10minhabitantsPopulation Growthfrom 7bn to 9.3bn in2050 Group A1-C
  • 4. The MalthusianParadox Population Resources Group A1-C
  • 5. I wont sell the futurefor short-term profit. Werner von Siemens Group A1-C
  • 6. 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s Group A1-C
  • 7. “Sustainable development is a systemof production and consumption that isbetter able to ensure equity, quality oflife and environmental well-being forgenerations of today and tomorrow” Group A1-C
  • 8. Group A1-C CH4 SF6 CFC’s CO2 N2 O PCF’s PURCHASED EMPLOYEE INGREDIENTS AND RAW PACKAGING MATERIALS BUSINESS TRAVEL MATERIALS COMPANY OWNED PURCHASED ENERGY FUEL COMBUSTION OUTSOURCED USING THE PRODUCT DISPOSAL AND VEHICLES ACTIVITIES RECYCLINGScope 2 Scope 3INDIRECT Scope 1 INDIRECTEmissions from purchased energy and DIRECT Indirect emissions from supply chain or Group A1-Cutilities Emissions from direct on-site sources services`
  • 9. Produced wastes CO2 Emissions ($/Ton. wastes) ($/Ton. CO2) Energy consumption Legal obligations ($/MJ used) ($ licenses) Key IndicesWater consumption Sustainable culture ($/m3 used) (Q trainings) Group A1-C
  • 10. Turning sustainability into company strategyInfrastructure & Energy Cities SIEMENS Industry Healthcare Group A1-C
  • 11. Today Siemens is one of the top providers ofenvironmentally friendly technologyEnvironmental Portfolio revenue (in € billions) International recognition of sustainability efforts Dow Jones Sustainability Index 40,0 1st place (90/100 points): Sector Leader "Diversified Industrials“ 29,9 26,8 27,4 Interbrand Best Global Brands 3rd place: Best Global Green Brands 2011 Ranking German Sustainability Award 20091) 20101) 20111) 2014 1st place: Germany’s Most Sustainable (Target) Strategies (Corporation) Group A1-C
  • 12. Mining Services High Tech ChemicalsManufacturing Telecom/Media PharmaRetail ACROSS ALL INDUSTRIES Influencers Oil & Gas/UtilitiesCPG Financial Group A1-C
  • 13. Group A1-C
  • 14. HP“The mostsustainablesolution isusually themost cost-effectivesolution, too.” Group A1-C
  • 15. 30% Plant-Based100% Recyclable Bottle Group A1-C
  • 16. Nike Group A1-C
  • 17. GE: Micro-Grids Group A1-C
  • 18. Group A1-C
  • 19. Group A1-C
  • 20. Biomemetics, Windfarms, Kinetic EnergyReharvesting Group A1-C
  • 21. “The most sustainable solution isusually the most cost-effectivesolution, too.”Hewlett Packard Group A1-C
  • 22. Sustainabilityis sexy,Sustainability Fínis fun. Group A1-C