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Technology transfer versus environment leadership

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Technolgy transfer versus environmental leaderships. With the paradigm shifts, it is more likely to see emerging countries taking a substantial lead on energy production.

Technolgy transfer versus environmental leaderships. With the paradigm shifts, it is more likely to see emerging countries taking a substantial lead on energy production.

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  • 1. ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Slide 1: plan Slide 2: issues PLAN Slide 3: Sustainable Development (S.D.) Concept Slide 4: development road maps 2 contrasted development paths Development Development Profit Profit Shortermism Philosophies Philosophies Shortermism View View Physical Physical point point Properties Properties Longtermism Longtermism Of materials Of materials Slide 5: Sustainable 5 development practice Hard Hard 2 sustainable Soft Development paths Soft Slide 11:Intelligent Transfer of technologies Transfer of technologies cities Versus Versus (rejuvenation) environmental leadership environmental leadership Slide 6: perception of Sustainable Development Slide 7: perception of Sustainable Development Slide 11-13: sustainable revolution conceptGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 2. Issues Theories of economies illimited resource SD needs scarcities Sustainable development (S.D.)GS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 3. Definition of Sustainable development Resource utilization Resource utilization for present generations, for present generations, but preserve and conserve but preserve and conserve them for tomorrow generations them for tomorrow generations Mrs Harlem Gro, (Former World Heath Organization -WHO- Managing Director) United Nations Commission Sustainable Development (UNCSD)GS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 4. Sustainable Development Concept Economy SD Society EcologyGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 5. Criteria for classes (To achieve S.D.) Renewable Renewable (Fluid or important stock) (Fluid or important stock) Hard Soft Dense Dense Difuse stocks Difuse stocks stocks stocks CO2 CO2 No CO2 No CO2 No CO2 No CO2 Low Costs Low Costs Great quantity Great quantity No No Of resources Of resources Nuclear Nuclear Bio-mass Bio-mass (Oil < $100) (Oil < $100) “renewables” “renewables” Black smokes Black smokes Oil Oil Oil (dense) Oil (dense) Coal Coal Greens, Sand Sand Greens, Wind Wind Sun Sun Water Water (OPEC) (OPEC) (China,...) (China,...) coral reefs,.. coral reefs,.. (Canada,...) (Canada,...)GS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 6. Comments of the criteria: hard/soft energy development perception renewable Nuclear Sustainable Dense stock Dense stock energy development No CO2 Issue: nuclear waste long life : 1000 years Hard renewable Oil Price <$100 Sustainable Price <$100 development CO2 Issues: climate change & Global warming Hard Renewable YES! Hard Poor sustainable development Hard But, unclear about climate change impacts and wasteGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 7. Comments of the criteria: hard/soft energy development perception renewable Wind Sustainable Water Fluid stock Fluid stock development sun No CO2 Soft renewable biomass biofuel Sustainable biofuel development No CO2 Soft Soft Renewable YES! Soft Rich sustainable development Soft No CO2, but unclear about the environmental leadershipGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 8. 2 constrasted development paths Industrial Pastoralism & Sustainable revolution revolution nomadism Longterm (direct way- renewable technologies) thinking Intelligent WhereWhere de cities we arewe are? New heading paradigm Good supplied Development Economical pursuit bridge Needs Development Protacted cash-flows abandon Short term thinking Investissement (NPV >0, Profit) risk Traditional development- growth (Occident) -FordismGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 9. Close up on development risk impacts with extinction of old for new product life cycles Were we Were are we go INDIGENOUS PEOPLE ROAD MAP INDIGENOUS PEOPLE ROAD MAP EMERGING COUNTRY ROAD MAP EMERGING COUNTRY ROAD MAP Good New supplied TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY Project TRANSFER TRANSFER Old productGood lifeneeds cycle Risk No good Project abandon start endGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 10. 2 close-ups and comparative analysis on rethinking development through the lense of crises Old paradigm: New paradigm -Economical -Environmental development development - Fast Speed - Slow speed - Profit - Physical properties of materialsGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 11. The environmental leadership of emerging countries Renewable energies Hard Sustainable development Soft Sustainable development Sustainable revolution conceptGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 12. Sustainable development and environmental leadership Developed Emerging Developed economies economies economies Technology transfers Sustainable revolution Evironmental (paradigm leadership change) Past developement Future developmentGS RADJOU, BIRD Sustainable revolution concept
  • 13. Sustainable Development Principle (Practice – S.D. effective) Need equilibrium Sustainable Industrial revolution revolution (s) Past technolgies Future technologies Rejuve- 1750 London (UK) Old cities nation Technology 2012 2030 innovations 1850 Paris (France) Old cities Technology transfers 2000 Emerging Environmental countries leadership 1990 2000 2015 2100 MDGsGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 14. THEORY OF PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE and DEVELOPMENT MODELSGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 15. End of technology road map and new project -transfer time Production cycle Tech. Tech. (time to adpt to changes) Road 1 Road 2 Project start Solution found need t1 anticipation t1 t2 time obstacle New technology road abandon map InnovationMilestones (Old/ageing (evolution-mutation) Technology t2 path) TimeGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 16. Development cycle Population growth New development Max 2. (change of gear) Stability Equilibrium (+) Need demand Nice & resource supplied development Max.1 curve/ Perpetuity math curve (-) organization growth Decay/death (ageing societies) 0 adaptation TimeGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 17. Technology innovations Mutations Past New technologies technologies evolutions adaptations RevolutionsGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 18. Mechanical development model equilibrium (–) ( +) Destruction Construction (Negative risks (Positive risks) Development forces (Risks and risk management) Projects-Project managementGS RADJOU, BIRD Risk project management
  • 19. Linear development versus protracted development ● Linear development? ● Protracted development ● Slow growth ● (fast grow) Max. meanresource Min. time a a rejuvenation rejuvenation Old cities Emerging citiesGS RADJOU, BIRD
  • 20. BIRD CONTACTS www.slideshare.net/gsradjou● Comments and ● Also, visit suggestions: gsradjou@facebook.com gsradjou@outlook.com ● Linked in● Georges RADJOU, BIRD CEO, MBA, DUPEBH● (Environmental energy and engineering)● Business Innovation Research development● BIRD is a CSO registered with ECOSOC (New York)

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