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  • http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_102.html
  • http://www.skepticalscience.com/pics/1_Timeline_TemperatureVsCivilization.jpg
  • http://citizenactionmonitor.wordpress.com/2010/06/15/is-humanity-inherently-unsustainable-pt-7-oil-triggers-population-explosion/
  • http://forumblog.org/2011/09/demography-is-destiny/
  • http://8020vision.com/2010/06/21/the-real-population-problem/
    This explosion has occurred because of the easily available fossil energies and technological developments.
  • http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/2011-temps.html
  • McDonald’s Styrofoam Big Mac container, circa 1990
    http://alisongarwoodjones.com/2012/07/food-trend-face-plants/
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    • 1. Circular Economy
    • 2. Humankind’s Success Story
    • 3. www.nasa.gov
    • 4. Human Evolution and Civilization
    • 5. Population growth
    • 6. Planet: State of the World
    • 7. Climate change Source: http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/2011-temps.html
    • 8. Energy (fossil fuels)
    • 9. Consequences Droughts Floodings Hurricanes
    • 10. • Material and energy flows • Environmental, economical and social impact • Goals: reduce, re-use and recycle Environmental Footprint
    • 11. Resource scarcity
    • 12. Is sustainable growth possible? “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them” - Albert Einstein
    • 13. Bill McDonough: “It’s all about strategies of change”
    • 14. Energy & Climate Change
    • 15. Climate change
    • 16. Consequences Droughts Floodings Hurricanes
    • 17. Renewable energy sources • Wind • Solar • Geothermal • Hydro • Biomass • Tidal & wave • ...
    • 18. What’s next? The Smart Grid
    • 19. Resources & pollution
    • 20. • Material and energy flows • Environmental, economical and social impact • Goals: reduce, re-use and recycle Environmental Footprint
    • 21. Resource scarcity
    • 22. Linear system
    • 23. Product study: plastic I
    • 24. Plastic soup Kamilo Beach, HawaiiPacific Ocean
    • 25. Solution?
    • 26. Circular Systems
    • 27. Resource efficiency