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Presentation shown at the international conference "The Future of Sustainable Products and Services" in Essen, Germany. 28-29 September 2009. Slides created by CSCP in Wuppertal, Germany.

Presentation shown at the international conference "The Future of Sustainable Products and Services" in Essen, Germany. 28-29 September 2009. Slides created by CSCP in Wuppertal, Germany.

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  • 1. Mr. Ernst-Christoph Stolper Ministry of the Environment and Conservation, Agriculture and Consumer Protection of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia
  • 2. Thank you
  • 3. The Monday Talk on Sustainable Products and Services Video
  • 4. The story behind ... Objectives of the Conference
  • 5. The global economy in the morning Canada Chad Ivory Coast Malaysia Mauritius Brazil Italy India Columbia Quelle: img.photobucket.com Turkey Netherlands Mexico Poland China
  • 6. Lifestyles in different countries Germany Images © Peter Menzel Bhutan 70t 0.5t per capita and year per capita and year 7
  • 7. Lifestyles in different countries Images © Peter Menzel Japan China 40t 8t per capita and year per capita and year
  • 8. How to mainstream sustainable products & services?
  • 9. Design Lifestyles Policy
  • 10. Social Sciences Private Companies Construction A good team ... Food Researchers Engineering About 200 Participants Mobility Civil Society 29 Countries Environmental Science BusinessFoundations 4 Continents Governments Design 1 Conference Economics Consumers SMEs Media Arts Policy Agronomy
  • 11. Knowledge Inspiration Creativity Ideas
  • 12. Mobile solar-powered hospital (with refrigerator)
  • 13. Day 1 | 28th September 2009 Welcome The Monday Talk on Sustainable Products and Services Objectives of the Conference Panel – A Vision for Sustainable Products and Services Live Performance Brain Labs Sustainable 1. Policy and Market Development for Sustainable Products and Services in Products Exhibition Developing Countries 2. Policy and Partnerships for Sustainable Products and Services in Europe 3. Products and Services for Sustainable Lifestyles 4. Design for Sustainable Products and Services 5. Resource Efficient Technologies for Sustainable Products and Services Senses of Sustainability Evening Reception
  • 14. Day 2 | 29th September 2009 Panel – Shaping the Vision Interactive Presentation – Brain Lab Results and Project Incubator Kick Off Project Incubators 1. Web 2.0 Branding for Sustainable Products and Services 2. Communication for Sustainable Products and Services Sustainable 3. Competing for Sustainable Lifestyles Products Exhibition 4. Striving for Resource and Climate Culture 5. Transferring Resource Efficient Technology Interactive Presentations – Project Incubator Results Panel – The Way Ahead
  • 15. If you were a chair... ... what kind of a chair would you be? ... what would you want to say?
  • 16. Panel A Vision for Sustainable Products and Services
  • 17. Mr. Klaus Koegler European Commission DG Environment Mr. Lars Mortensen European Environmental Agency Mr. Octavio B. Peralta Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific Ms. Kate Martin World Economic Forum Mr. Dennis Pamlin Global Policy Advisor to WWF
  • 18. Mr. Klaus Koegler European Commission DG Environment Mr. Lars Mortensen European Environmental Agency Ms. Wei Zhao SWITCH Asia Network Facility, CSCP Ms. Kate Martin World Economic Forum Mr. Dennis Pamlin Global Policy Advisor to WWF
  • 19. Mr. Klaus Koegler European Commission DG Environment
  • 20. EU SCP Action Plan “...Build on, bring together, and improve coherence of existing policies...” Lead Market Initiative, Networking Of Innovation Leveraging Innovation Stakeholders Dynamic Performance Requirements, Sustainability Better Products Labels, Eco-Design Instruments, Standardisation Resource Efficiency Targets, Eco-Innovation and Leaner And Cleaner Production Environmental Technologies, Review of EMAS, SMEs Retailer agreements, Market-Based Instruments, VAT Smarter Consumption rates, EU Eco-Label, Advertisement, Green Procurement, “Exploiting first mover advantages and leveling the playing Global Markets field worldwide for sustainable technologies and products”
  • 21. Mr. Lars Mortensen European Environmental Agency
  • 22. What influences you on consumption?* Source: Fien, Bentley, Neil - Young People as Agents of Change * First choice in survey question
  • 23. Mr. Octavio B. Peralta Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific
  • 24. Ms. Wei Zhao SWITCH Asia Network Facility, CSCP
  • 25. Implications for the Global Consumer Class (GCC) Source: Worldmapper Territory size shows the proportion of all people living on PPP US$ 20-50 a day (US$ 7000-17.800 / year) worldwide
  • 26. Ms. Kate Martin World Economic Forum
  • 27. Sustainable Consumption and Business Towards full value realisation through systemic change Action Area 5: Innovating for sustainable business models Action Area 4: Motivating sustainable lifestyles Action Area 3: Adding sustainable value to products Action Area 2: Managing life-cycle impacts of products Action Area 1: Achieving in-house eco-efficiency
  • 28. Mr. Dennis Pamlin Global Policy Advisor to WWF
  • 29. Is efficiency alone the answer?
  • 30. From incremental to transformative efficiency
  • 31. Accelerating sustainability with smart synergies
  • 32. Choice-Editing... ... means pre-selecting the particular range of products and services available to consumers. Two Retailer examples • Sainsbury‘s now only sell fair trade bananas • MEMO, German office supplier screens and lists best in class products available
  • 33. Mr. Klaus Koegler European Commission DG Environment Mr. Lars Mortensen European Environmental Agency Mr. Octavio B. Peralta Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific Ms. Kate Martin World Economic Forum Mr. Dennis Pamlin Global Policy Advisor to WWF
  • 34. Mr. Klaus Koegler European Commission DG Environment Mr. Lars Mortensen European Environmental Agency Ms. Wei Zhao SWITCH Asia Network Facility, CSCP Ms. Kate Martin World Economic Forum Mr. Dennis Pamlin Global Policy Advisor to WWF
  • 35. We help the We help the environment environment by by consuming consuming lots of less! environmentally safe products!
  • 36. Covering consumption Tapping the Fortune at the Base of the Pyramid
  • 37. 2nd Floor • Brain Labs (EFA, GTZ, Wuppertal Institute, ecosign) 1st Floor • Autostadt exhibition • Conference Plenary (here) • Information Lab • Brain Lab (CSCP) Ground Floor • First Sustainable Summer School Exhibition • lobomob inflatable pavilion • Main entrance, Wardrobe, Lunch, Inquiries
  • 38. Exhibitions
  • 39. If you need assistance... people with a badge with a blue string will help you. Blue
  • 40. Evening programme...
  • 41. Tour of the Historical Site Starts at 18:00 today Meet at Main Entrance
  • 42. Restaurant “Casino Zollverein“ (optional by registration)
  • 43. Brain Labs White Lab Policy and Market Development for Sustainable GTZ Products and Services in Developing Countries Plenary Policy and Partnerships for Sustainable CSCP Products and Services in Europe Green Lab Products and Services for Wuppertal Institute Sustainable Lifestyles Yellow Lab Design for Sustainable ecosign Products and Services Blue Lab Resource Efficient Technologies for EFA Sustainable Products and Services
  • 44. Live Performances by See, feel & hear rare music! 1st Floor / 12:30 – 12:45
  • 45. Lunch Break Ground Floor 12:00 - 13:00
  • 46. Brain Labs
  • 47. Brain Labs White Lab Policy and Market Development for Sustainable GTZ Products and Services in Developing Countries Plenary Policy and Partnerships for Sustainable CSCP Products and Services in Europe Green Lab Products and Services for Wuppertal Institute Sustainable Lifestyles Yellow Lab Design for Sustainable ecosign Products and Services Blue Lab Resource Efficient Technologies for EFA Sustainable Products and Services
  • 48. Brain Lab Part 1 in session
  • 49. - Sustainable Coffee/Tea Break -
  • 50. Brain Lab Part 2 in session
  • 51. Senses of Sustainability A tour through the historical site of “Zeche Zollverein”