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The Future of Reporting in the Supply Change, presented by Capozucca

The Future of Reporting in the Supply Change, presented by Capozucca



27 May 2010 - Capozucca

27 May 2010 - Capozucca



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    The Future of Reporting in the Supply Change, presented by Capozucca The Future of Reporting in the Supply Change, presented by Capozucca Presentation Transcript

    • Sustainability Consumption in Consumer Industries Implications for Future Value Chains Peter Capozucca, Principal Deloitte Consulting LLP
    • Thought leadership in sustainable consumption
        • World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Consumption Initiative
        • An extensive programme leading to two reports launched at the Annual Meetings in:
          • 2009: Sustainability for Tomorrow’s Consumer: The Business Case for Sustainability
          • 2010: Redesigning Business Value: A Roadmap for Sustainable Consumption
    • Why sustainable consumption still matters to business
      • Shifting consumer agenda
          • Increasing demand for greater transparency
          • Concerns about environment as strong in developing and developed world
      • Sustainability in hard times
          • Sustainability still high on business agenda
          • Economic downturn has little impact on global consumption
          • Demand for ‘buying green’ still high
          • Increased government focus on green growth
        • This is not enough
          • Incremental not transformative changes
          • Collaboration across value changes is deficient
          • Public policy framework not adequate
    • Driving Sustainable Consumption
        • Develop practical ideas and new forms of collaboration to drive transformative change to value chains
    • Roadmap to sustainable consumption
    • Ideas to make it happen
    • Closed Loop Value Chain Implications for future value chains Materials Sourcing Distribution logistics Sales and retail Manufacturing Consumption and use Disposal Manufacturing Waste Logistics waste Packaging waste Consumption / use waste Product waste Linear Value Chain Limited recycling Manufacturing Material sourcing Distribution logistics Sales and retail Consumption / use Reverse logistics Manufacturing process reuse Manufacturing Materials Sourcing Distribution Logistics Sales and Retail Consumption and Use Product Recycling and Materials Recovery Logistics waste and auxiliary products reuse Product and by-product reuse Waste from consumption
    • What can businesses do now?