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A presentation held by Karl-Henrik Robèrt at the Green Economy Workshop in Stockholm 10-11/2 2014.

A presentation held by Karl-Henrik Robèrt at the Green Economy Workshop in Stockholm 10-11/2 2014.

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  • Strategic Sustainable Development (SSD) 1.Confirming report: “green economy as a means for social prosperity within sustainability constraints”. 2. Presenting a unifying structure SSD to help operationalizing and informing of green economy research. 3. Adding some elements of value from this structure e.g. pull, transmaterializations, rhetoric to avoid unnecessary resistance. Prof Karl-Henrik Robèrt, Green Economy Workshop, KVA in February 2014
  • Gaps in know-how for operationalizing linking of… 1. … ethics with income? (Business case) 2. … small with big? (System boundaries) 3. … short-term with long-term? (Strategic dimension)… …seem to ask for political/economic measures to manage ”Prisoner’s dilemmas” (push)
  • So how?
  • Gaps in know-how for operationalizing linking of… 1. … ethics with income? (Business case)… …seem to ask for political/economic measures to manage ”Prisoner’s dilemmas” (push)
  • Business case is there! 1. Opportunity costs 2. Resource costs 3. Innovations 4. New markets 5. Stake-holder cooperation 6. … 7. Image costs
  • Gaps in know-how for operationalizing linking of… 1. … ethics with income? (Business case) 2. … small with big? (System boundaries) …seem to ask for political/economic measures to manage ”Prisoner’s dilemmas” (push)
  • Rockström 9 okt 2013 Boundary conditions for Sustainable Development • • • • Concentrations of substances from geosphere Concentrations of substances from production Physical encroaching Erosion of trust Innovation processes; Transformation; Effectivity; Governance Growth, Prosperity
  • Gaps in know-how for operationalizing linking of… 1. … ethics with income? (Business case) 2. … small with big? (System boundaries) 3. … short-term with long-term? (Strategic dimension)… …seem to ask for political/economic measures to manage ”Prisoner’s dilemmas” (push)
  • Sustainability ”SWOT” Basic sustainability boundary conditions Vision Opportunities Threats Purpose/mission Core values Strengths Weaknesses KPA/ Strategic goals/KPI Time
  • Further to ”growth of value” through… multistake holder dialogues, New business models, Supply chain management, Product Service Systems (PSS), Legislation, Tax, … …to increase pace!!!
  • Science on Governance & Tools in Context Ecological boundary conditions Social boundary conditions Strategic Tools (means) Management systems, LCA, Footprinting, Product Development, Indicators, Modeling, Simulation, Supply chain management, Cross-sector cooperation, PSS, C2C, CSR, Policies, Legislation, Jobs, ”Silos”, Metrics, Green economy, Circular economy, Growth, Energy, ”True costs”,… Time
  • In conclusion General gap in knowledge regarding:  Boundary conditions of sustainability…  …business case of compliance with such…  …systematic planning to capitalize Business case and  …making most of existing economic and other tools Obstacles to spread this knowledge are…  Norms of previous industrial paradigm…  …heated debate confusing values, facts, principles… The proposed knowledge can complete the traditional discourse of ”push” with (i) ”pull”, (ii) measures to support the proactive, (iii) avoiding counterproductive measures and rethoric Suggestion: testing such a structure for green economy research!