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  • Webinar  ‘Facets  of  Science’   September  20,  2011                 Science  &  Industry  Moderator:  Dr.  Iris  Zink,  science  journalist  and  physicist   1  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry   1Our  guest  experts  today:  •  Prof.  Dr.  Walter  Arnold,  Department  of  Material  Science,   Saarland  University    •  Prof.  Dr.  Christoph  Lütge,  Chair  of  Business  Ethics,  Technical   University  of  Munich     2  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry   1 2Structure  •  Introduc@on  •  Discussion  •  What  are  the  experiences  in  your  countries?  •  Ques@ons  from  the  audience    •  Group  forum:  Feedback  and  comments    •  Preview:  Next  session  on  “Science  =A  blessing  or  a  curse?”     3  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry   3IntroducBon  •  Balancing  act  between  Basic  research  and  applica@on    •  Business  ethics-­‐  Examples  from  the  industry  •  Science,  economy  and  responsibility  •  Science,  industry  and  independence     4  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry  4 Discussion   •  Why  does  the  human  being  want  to  know?   5  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry  5 Discussion   •  Basic  research  and  applica@on:              Science  in  a  Balancing  act  between   different  orienta@ons   6  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry  6 Discussion   •  Ethical  aspects  in  the  economy.  Is  that  compa@ble?     7  
  • Case  Study:  Voluntary  Commitments  in   the  Oil  Industry  •  niversity  of  Halle-­‐Wi`enberg   U•  xamines  the  role  of  voluntary  commitments  and  best-­‐prac@ce  projects  in  interna@onally   Eopera@ng  private  oil  companies  • nterna@onally  opera@ng  private-­‐owned  oil  companies     I –  Agip  D,  ConocoPhillips  D,  Dt.  BP,  Esso  D,  OMV  D,  ORLEN  D,  Shell  D,  Total  D  •  il  companies   O –  clearly  show  a  func@onal  equivalent  to  understanding  and  realising   –  have  already  gone  far  beyond  mere  legal  compliance  and  defensive  CSR   –  are  learning  to  take  on  CSR  projects  in  a  more  ac@ve  way   Christoph  Lütge   8  
  • Study  on  the  Oil  Industry  1   Ecological  Dimension   Social  Dimension   Governance  Dimension  Individual   1)  Complying  with   1)  Keeping  human  rights  and   1)  Transparency  and  integrity  by  Self-­‐ ecological  standards   social  standards   management  processes  Commitment   2)  Aci@vi@es  for  climate   2)  Local  Procurement   2)  Independent  panels/ protec@on   commi`ees   3)  Ecologically  friendly   3)  Consulta@on  procedures   processes  and  products   4)  External  review  commi`ees   4)  Sustainable  use  of  land  Collec@ve   1)  Ini@a@ves  for  climate   1)  Developing  principles  for   1)  Joint  ini@a@ves  to  develop  Self-­‐ protec@on   protec@ng  human  rights  and   systema@c  management  Commitment   2)  Ini@a@ves  to  improve  the   for  adequate  working   processes   efficiency  and  quality  of   condi@ons   2)  Ini@a@ves  for  transparent   fuel   payment  processes   3)  Ini@a@ves  for  dealing   with  oil  leakages  Commitment   1)  Controlling  suppliers   1)  Help  governments  to  make   1)  Commitment  services  for  Service  for   2)  Suppor@ng  regions  and   advancements  in  terms  of   governments  of  oil-­‐producing  Partners  in   states   human  rights   countries  Interac@on   2)  Capacity  Development   2)  Guidelines  for  other   3)  Controlling  suppliers   companies  and  stakeholders  (Pies  et  al.   4)  Base-­‐of-­‐the-­‐Pyramid-­‐2009)   Projects   Christoph  Lütge   9  
  • Study  on  the  Oil  Industry  2   Ecological  Dimension  (Examples)  Individual  Self-­‐ Keeping  ecological  standards:  Global  Gas  Ven@ng  and  Flaring  Reduc@on  Voluntary  Commitments   Standard;  reduc@on  of  greenhouse  gases   Sustainable  use  of  land:  Malampaya  project  (Shell)    Collec@ve  Self-­‐ IniBaBves  for  climate  protecBon:  The  Climate  Group;  „Caring  for  Climate“  Commitments   IniBaBves  for  energy  efficiency  and  environmental  impact:    Partnership  for  Clean   Fuels  and  Vehicles  Commitment   SupporBng  regions  and  states:  Eni‘s  Sustainability  Pact  with  the  region  Basilicata  Service     (Italy);  EMBARQ-­‐Program  (Pies  et  al.  2009)   Christoph  Lütge   10  
  • Shell:  Malampaya  Project,  Philippines   1998  •  3  Op@ons  for  Gas  Pipeline   –  1)  ecological  problems   –  2)  problems  with  holy  territory   –  3)  most  expensive  op@on  was   chosen  (3x  the  cost)  •  No  Legal  Obliga@on  for  Shell   –  Reasons  for  ac@on  (the   aoermath  of  Brent  Spar)   –  Internal  calcula@ons  (acc.  to   World  Resources  Ins@tute   2007):  10  @mes  higher  costs   have  been  saved  (higher   construc@on  costs  and   penal@es  for  delayed   comple@on)   Christoph  Lütge   11  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry  7 Discussion   •  Science,  economy  and  responsibility.  What  does  every   individual  need  to  do,  what  does  the  society  need  to  do?     12  
  • German  Research  Landscape   *Overall  budget  in  billion  Euros  Characteristics of Research FHG* 1.63 Federal/  Applied  Research   Länder   Industry  (internal  Market  driven   Ins@tutes   and  external   0.9     expenditures)   WGL*   1.3   AiF   55.41 ~  0.25   MPG*   HGF*   Univer-­‐Fundamental   1.662   2.63   si@es  Research   Funding 9.2  Knowledge  driven   Predominently  ins@tu@onal   Predominantly  private  HGF Hermann von Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft 1 Estimate by Foundation “Wissenschaftsstatistik“ 2008WGL Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz 2 2008AiF Arbeitsgemeinschaft industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen 3 2009 (“united industrial research organisations”) Source:MPG Max-Planck-Society Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft, DestatisFHG Fraunhofer-Society
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry  8 Discussion   •  Science  and  Economy:  How  to  preserve  independence?       14  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry  9What  are  the  experiences  in  your  countries?  QuesBons  from  the  audience     15  
  • September  20,  2011  -­‐  Science  &  Industry  10Feedback  on  this  session  Comments  and  quesBons  in  the  group  forum  Preview:    Session  on  “Science  =  A  blessing  or  a  curse  ?”  (27  September)   16