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Fair Transport, Sustainability, Green Transportation, Bicycles, Canoes, Sailboats, Puget Sound, Pacific Northwest

Fair Transport, Sustainability, Green Transportation, Bicycles, Canoes, Sailboats, Puget Sound, Pacific Northwest

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  • Technology not the answer to everything…how do we innovate policy and economics to increase implementation of good technologies??99% efficient converting human energy to the wheelsMost energy efficient means of transportationHasn’t changed in 130 years; not all innovations need to be technological….how do we increase implementation
  • Pleiades launched in the summer of 2012 to deliver groceries from the farmer’s market to Boston Harbor;59 foot schooner (cargo limit?)Can haul as much cargo as a small box truck
  • -started in 2002 – 10 years and counting; 13 co-owners and 500 customersLimit is 300 pounds-11 bike trailers in their fleet-”Bikes at Work”-Diverse revenue model: Besides recycling & trash and groceries, we've hauled bicycles, couches, washers/dryers, futons, tables, computers, cats, friends, laundry, a king-size bed, lumber, windows, memorial stones, refrigerators, solar panels, a 100 square foot greenhouse, CSA shares, trees stumps and trunks, sand, leaves, and compost.-Also do lectures for $0-500 -Waste up to 60 gallons weighing no more than 45 lbs-Bill for 3 or 6 months of service in advance -Pick up between 8 am and 5 pm -customer page to schedule deliveries and drop-offs “schedule a job” -Catalog for orders -newsletter-28,500 residents in Northampton
  • Pleiades launched in the summer of 2012 to deliver groceries from the farmer’s market to Boston Harbor;59 foot schooner (cargo limit?)Can haul as much cargo as a small box truck
  • But in the unique landscape of Germany's Spreewald region, farmer HaraldWenske needs to be as resourceful as possible.The biosphere reserve is made up of more than 200 irrigation channels, which means his pumpkin farm near Lehde is only reachable by boat.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2208742/Spreewald-Farmer-collects-giant-harvest-pumpkins-punt.html#ixzz2QcB72YP5 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  • Supported by Willowell Foundation
  • “Here’s a lesson – what happens to the land happens to the people.” – Linda Hogan (Chicksaw)“We are all hear to learn” GREAT FLOOD STORY “The legends of the Pacific Coast First Nations tell of the time of the Great Flood, when the people tied their canoes together side by side. As the waters rose, the people took a stout cedar rope and attached their canoes to a mountaintop. Here they waited until the waters receeded, and they were saved. “ – David Neel, The Great Canoes
  • Arrival Format in traditional language: declare you come in peace; say you are tired and hungry and wish to share song and dances
  • -Bike Map Of Thurston county-Cycling Thurston County band together in 1990’s to submit primary routes for thurston county
  • 10 years of human labor per barrel of oil, average American uses 60 barrels per year
  • Freight vehicles are trucks, buses andvans. In 2002 there were 202 millionfreight vehicles in the world - that isthree vehicles per hundred people.Almost half of all freight vehicles arein North America; most of these arein the United States. (about 30 freight vehicles per person in the USA)There are more shipping containersloaded and unloaded off the coastsand rivers of China, than travel to orfrom all other territories put together.It is in China that more than threequarters of this activity takes place.The majority of China’s shipping byimplication appears to be ‘domestic’.The rest of the world put togetheronly handles a third of what Chinahandles. Thus at least half of allcontainer shipping in the worldinvolves China. The ships may bringgoods to serve the domestic Chinesemarket, they may transport partfinished goods along the Chinese coastor down-river, or goods could simplybe being transferred betweencontainer ships in a Chinese port
  • -Clean Shipping Index
  • 1933-unemployment was 25%; ecological catastrophe in forest fires, floods, drought, Dust Bowl from little ecological awareness-”fastest mobilization in US History” put 250,000 young men to work investing in forestry and flood protection; 2.3 billion trees, 800 parks, to “enhance the value of our natural resources”, $1 per day; $25 sent home; 3 meals, health benefits, 200 men per camp; support staff (engineers, managers, instructors) “Roosevelt’s Tree Army”; cite Millersyvania; huge opposition-critics called him Communist, organized labor opposed; “visible totem for the whole nation of discipline, clean living, willing to work” ; healing people and the land; planting trees, contouring land, planting pasture; fight fire; largest victory since George Washington in vote for reelection; “we now realize that we committed excesses, which we are seeking today to atone for…we used up, destroyed much of our natural heritage just because that natural heritage was so bountiful. We have tried sincerely and honestly to look ahead to the future years.”-
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    • 1. CASCADIA CARGO COOPERATIVE
    • 2. Cascadia Cargo Cooperative is a solution-based, open source project investigating the sustainable distribution of goods in the Puget Sound Statement of Intention
    • 3. How much does it cost to go local/organic shopping? • Gasoline Cost – Fuel Economy (20 mpg) – Fuel Cost ($4/gal) – Distance (Round Trip) • Time Cost – Cost of Time – Time Driving – Time Shopping
    • 4. Distribution System • Container Ship = Least • 18 Wheeler = More • Trip to the Grocery Store = Most ***Purchasing groceries (35 lbs or less) at an individual level constitutes the most carbon intensive aspect of our food distribution system***
    • 5. The Bicycle, Sailboat, and Canoe: “Perfect” Technologies with Imperfect Implementation
    • 6. Technology: Matching Supply & Demand • New possibilities for network collaboration (Peer to Peer) • Synchronizing logistics • Dispatch when incentives align (no overhead) • Customizable orders
    • 7. Olympia Canoe Research
    • 8. Fair Transport Share 10 or 20 lb Box • Flexibility: Submit custom order online one week in advance • Lowest Price: Purchasing power pooled for best prices • Save gasoline and time • No need to miss out on local/organic if you’re busy
    • 9. * Customers 15 Trip Distance 18 miles Gas Price $4/gallon Driving Time 45 minutes* Shopping Time 45 minutes* Value of Time >$10* Gas Mileage 20 mpg INDIVIDUAL Gas Cost = $3.60 Time Cost = $15* TOTAL IND COST = $18.60* GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas = $54 Total time Cost = $225* TOTAL SYSTEM COST = $279* Gas and Time Cost per Pound* 10 pounds = $1.86 per pound* 20 pounds = $0.93 per pound* Gas Cost per Pound (No Time Consideration) 10 pounds = $0.36 20 pounds = $0.18 How much does it cost to run an errand to the West Side Coop from Boston Harbor? *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use the labor cost of $10
    • 10. How much does it cost to order from Cascadia Cargo Cooperative? Boston Harbor 15 Customers 20lb box Round Trip Distance 13.2 miles Total Paddle Worker Time 4.4 hours Loading/Unloading Worker Time 3 hours Payload 300 pounds Labor Pay Rate $10/hour Workers Needed 2 Order/Pick Up Customer Time 30 minutes INDIVIDUAL COST Transport Fee = $10 Order/Pick up time = $5.00* TOTAL IND COST = $15.00 GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas Cost = $0 Total Transport Cost = $150 Order/Pick Up Cost= $75* TOTAL COST = $225* Cost per Pound= $0.75* Cost per Pound (labor only) = $0.50 *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use labor cost of $10
    • 11. * Customers 15 Trip Distance 18 miles Gas Price $4/gallon Driving Time 45 minutes* Shopping Time 45 minutes* Value of Time >$10* Gas Mileage 20 mpg INDIVIDUAL Gas Cost = $6.72 Time Cost = $15* TOTAL IND COST = $21.72* GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas = $100.80 Total time Cost = $225* TOTAL SYSTEM COST = $325.80* Gas and Time Cost per Pound* 10 pounds = $2.17 per pound* 20 pounds = $1.09 per pound* Gas Cost per Pound (No Time Consideration) 10 pounds = $0.67 20 pounds = $0.34 How much does it cost to run an errand to the West Side Coop from Carolyn Beach Marina? *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use the labor cost of $10
    • 12. How much does it cost to order from Cascadia Cargo Cooperative? Carolyn Beach 15 Customers 20lb box Round Trip Distance 16.8 miles Total Paddle Worker Time 6.4 hours Loading/Unloading Worker Time 3 hours Payload 300 pounds Labor Pay Rate $10/hour Workers Needed 2 Order/Pick Up Customer Time 30 minutes INDIVIDUAL COST Transport Fee = $13 Order/Pick up time = $5.00* TOTAL IND COST = $18.00 GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas Cost = $0 Total Transport Cost = $195 Order/Pick Up Cost= $75* TOTAL COST = $270* Cost per Pound= $0.90* Cost per Pound (labor only) = $0.63 *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use labor cost of $10
    • 13. * Customers 15 Trip Distance 12.2 miles Gas Price $4/gallon Driving Time 30 minutes* Shopping Time 45 minutes* Value of Time >$10* Gas Mileage 20 mpg INDIVIDUAL Gas Cost = $2.44 Time Cost = $11.50* TOTAL IND COST = $13.94* GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas = $36.60 Total time Cost = $172.50* TOTAL SYSTEM COST = $209.10* Gas and Time Cost per Pound* 10 pounds = $2.09 per pound* 20 pounds = $1.05 per pound* Gas Cost per Pound (No Time Consideration) 10 pounds = $0.24 20 pounds = $0.12 How much does it cost to run an errand to the West Side Coop from Gull Harbor Mercantile? *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use the labor cost of $10
    • 14. How much does it cost to order from Cascadia Cargo Cooperative? Gull Harbor Mercantile 15 Customers 20lb box Round Trip Distance 7.4 miles Total Paddle Worker Time 2.5 hours Loading/Unloading Worker Time 3 hours Payload 300 pounds Labor Pay Rate $10/hour Workers Needed 2 Order/Pick Up Customer Time 30 minutes INDIVIDUAL COST Transport Fee = $8 Order/Pick up time = $5.00* TOTAL IND COST = $13.00 GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas Cost = $0 Total Transport Cost = $120 Order/Pick Up Cost= $75* TOTAL COST = $195* Cost per Pound= $0.65* Cost per Pound (labor only) = $0.40 *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use labor cost of $10
    • 15. * Customers 15 Trip Distance 12.4 miles Gas Price $4/gallon Driving Time 30 minutes* Shopping Time 45 minutes* Value of Time >$10* Gas Mileage 20 mpg INDIVIDUAL Gas Cost = $2.48 Time Cost = $11.50* TOTAL IND COST = $13.98* GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas = $37.20 Total time Cost = $172.50* TOTAL SYSTEM COST = $209.70* Gas and Time Cost per Pound* 10 pounds = $2.10 per pound* 20 pounds = $1.05 per pound* Gas Cost per Pound (No Time Consideration) 10 pounds = $0.25 20 pounds = $0.13 How much does it cost to run an errand to the West Side Coop from Cooper Point 62nd Ave? *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use the labor cost of $10
    • 16. How much does it cost to order from Cascadia Cargo Cooperative? Cooper Point 62nd Ave 15 Customers 20lb box Round Trip Distance 9.6 miles Total Paddle Worker Time 3.2 hours Loading/Unloading Worker Time 3 hours Payload 300 pounds Labor Pay Rate $10/hour Workers Needed 2 Order/Pick Up Customer Time 30 minutes INDIVIDUAL COST Transport Fee = $9 Order/Pick up time = $5.00* TOTAL IND COST = $14.00 GROUP COST (x15) Total Gas Cost = $0 Total Transport Cost = $135 Order/Pick Up Cost= $75* TOTAL COST = $210* Cost per Pound= $0.70* Cost per Pound (labor only) = $0.45 *Indicates subjective valuation of time; most homeowners value their work and especially leisure time at much higher values; we use labor cost of $10
    • 17. Olympia’s Growing Fleet
    • 18. Other Ideas • Pay workers in Farmer’s Market’s or local currency (guaranteed double local investment) • Trash/Recycling Pickup • Fish Delivery from Boston Harbor Marina • Other business models (e.g. Blue Apron NYC ingredients for meals, Soup Cycle Portland) • Fuel-free yard work, landscaping, house cleaning, care-taking and other services
    • 19. Comparables
    • 20. Salish Sea Trading Cooperative
    • 21. 13 cooperative owners and 500 customers…ten years in existence WEBSITE
    • 22. Olympia Schooner Company Featured on the front page of The Olympian (7/9/2012) and on King County News for transporting Olympia Farmer’s market Goods to Boston Harbor, Olympia and Longbranch, WA
    • 23. Canoe markets in the Solomon Islands (above); canoe paddle in Benin; Madagascar (right)
    • 24. Doctors and Moms JILL GRIFFIN, MD… I MAKE HOUSE CALLS… BY BICYCLE… WEBSITE EMILY FINCH TRADES IN HER SUV
    • 25. City of Ventura, CA
    • 26. Portland, OR
    • 27. Kickstarter Fundraiser Video Website
    • 28. Local Picture
    • 29. The Canoe – a Vehicle to Healing From the Squaxin 2012 Paddle Journey Guide Book • “[Canoe Journey] brings a holistic perspective and uphold[s] all aspects of our physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and environmental balance.” • “incoming tide of traditional teachings” • “We can only dream of where the Canoe Way of Knowledge will take us in the future” • “Now a big challenge for the group who went on the journey is to figure out how to bring the spirit of the Journey back to the village and share how powerful it is.”
    • 30. Sustainable Thurston Report
    • 31. Sustainable Thurston Report
    • 32. Olympia Farm Map
    • 33. South Sound Winery/Brewery Trail Map
    • 34. Showing off design to Northwood School janitorial staff; Iroquois Nation flag in tow
    • 35. Farmer’s Market Distribution Expensive • $35,000 for a delivery truck; $5,000 per year in maintenance; 5-10 mpg Gasoline Fuel Economy • 4 days at the Farmer’s Market: real and opportunity cost • No knowledge of demand-prices must cover losses/waste • A niche promoting low-volume consumption by high-income individuals; more experiential than economic
    • 36. Bicycle Infrastructure of Olympia
    • 37. Canoe Infrastructure of Olympia
    • 38. Vegetable Oil Vehicles • 1 to 2 hour processing time for full tank (200-400 miles) • Many local producers; currently carries zero cost • Potential to retrofit boat engines • Can reach more populated in-land markets as well as suppliers
    • 39. Adirondack Sugarhouse for Marketing and Vending
    • 40. Big Picture
    • 41. The Eleventh Hour Documentary Exponential Growth Video
    • 42. The Unsustainability of Fossil Fuel Transportation Macro Scope • 28% of carbon energy use • 70% of US Oil Consumption • Average distance food has traveled on your plate = 1,000+ miles • Roads, run-off, oil spills and other negative externalities
    • 43. Job Growth and Economic Growth • Washington unemployment for ages 18- 24 it is 18.8% • Value of human life, efficiency, and maximizing returns
    • 44. Free Market Redistribution of Wealth Opportunity through Local Delivery
    • 45. TED Video: Fair Transport Fair Transport Website Skysails “Cargo Kite”
    • 46. Citizen Collaborative Effort to End Injustice
    • 47. Media Aspect
    • 48. PROPOGANDA
    • 49. Contact Information Greg Schundler gregschundler@gmail.com

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