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Circular governance emf



How can the right covernance support the transition to a circular economy.

How can the right covernance support the transition to a circular economy.



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  • 1. Circular Economy -governance- Douwe Jan Joustra One Planet Architecture Institute (OPAi)
  • 2. One Planet Architecture institute
  • 3. Circular Economy Ellen MacArthur Foundation
  • 4. The eco-task that is in our hands, is realizing products, cities,lifestyles, that are designed with attention for the impact on the environment and a minimal influence on: energy food waste heating air quality CO2 methane & water quality
  • 5. attached people, devoted life-styles
  • 6. not my piece of cakethere must be a different ‘brand’ ....circular....
  • 7. three steps circular =thinking in circles, loops (can we learn?) innovation governance
  • 8. symbiosis
  • 9. a few basic principles: symbiosis entropy interdependence
  • 10. entropya few basic principles:
  • 11. a few basic principles: symbiosis entropy interdependenceUK interdependence report
  • 12. some lessons learning ‘by’ nature
  • 13. Who’s the smart guyin resourcemanagement? 13
  • 14. ENERGY EFFICIENCYPhotosynthesis in plants creates energy from sunlightthey absorb almost 100% of the sunlight reaching themsource:
  • 15. So, can we learn ‘by’ nature?turbulent water resistant
  • 16. abundancy & circular
  • 17. circular (nutrients)
  • 18. patterns abundancyenergy from the sun nutrients forever entropy symbiosis diversity
  • 19. So, Cradle to Cradle? C2C is on quality CE is on economics
  • 20. InnovationCircular is a new game with new rules some newby’s it is about change
  • 21. Systems re-designinnovation Proces re-think Technical re-create realisation vison/policy organisation level
  • 22. systems innovations Lineair economy (from cradle to grave) re-design Circular economy (from cradle to cradle)
  • 23. proces innovations Competition becomes Cooperation (symbiosis)
  • 24. proces/systems innovation forget ownership
  • 25. proces/systems innovation product or performance? ownership or use? value: performance including service an example.......
  • 26. A building is a materials bank.
  • 27. I don’t buy lamps, I buy light. And you?
  • 29. circular economy performance product service production technical performance nutrients cycle usage cyle performance userawmaterials re-use performance concept
  • 30. GovernanceLaws, Regulations, Taxes? or steering on conditions?
  • 31. Condition Steering take care of growingnew instruments or mindset?
  • 32. Condition Steering set clear goals on: resources energy performance
  • 33. Condition Steering tax reduction on innovation services design for disassembly
  • 34. Condition Steering public purchasing focus on performance(changes innovationdrive / responsability)
  • 35. Condition Steering facilitate the Energetic Society
  • 36. Condition Steering create level playing field (no hidden subsidies)
  • 37. Condition Steering forbidding natural resources for energy(= waste to waste becomes urban mining)
  • 38. Condition Steering investments new financial optionsgarantuee funds for risks
  • 39. Governance steering on conditions * is a creative proces * is a systemsinnovation needs:ideas, guts and perseverance
  • 40. the ducksbe a duck
  • 41. Governance Ellen steers Learn from her performanceno (institutional) power, no ego clear goals, daily routing
  • 42. asking ask the right question and"You cant tell me that it cant be done." (Ray Anderson, InterfaceFlor)