Climate Change
  – How we will solve it?




                      Supported by the Ministry of Education
Mankind’s consumption of
   natural resources




                           2
Mankind’s consumption of
   natural resources




                           ‹#›
Mankind’s consumption of
   natural resources




                           ‹#›
Mankind’s consumption of
   natural resources




                           ‹#›
‹#›
WWF Living Planet
What is Climate Change?
Climate change is heightened
     greenhouse effect
Human impacts
on the carbon cycle
Human impacts
on the carbon cycle
Human impacts
on the carbon cycle
Human impacts
on the carbon cycle
Human impacts
on the carbon cycle
Human activities
        contribute
greenhouse gas emissions
    in variety of ways
‹#›
Energy production   ‹#›
‹#›
Motoring   ‹#›
‹#›
Animal husbandry   ‹#›
‹#›
Steel production   ‹#›
‹#›
Planting rice   ‹#›
‹#›
Forest destruction   ‹#›
Carbon
Footprint
How big is your
carbon footprint?
Example footprints of Finn’s
What does a Finn’s
carbon footprint consist of?




                               ‹#›
John Webster

• Film director
• Lives in an ecological
  house designed and
  constructed by himself,
  located close to t...
Tytti Määttä
• County manager in Vaala
• Owns no car, even if there
  is practically no collective
  traffic available in ...
Tuomas Toivonen
and Nene Tsuboi

• Tuomas Toivonen is an
  architecht and vocalist of
  Giant Robot, Nene Tsuboi
  is an a...
GFDL
       Till Lindemann

       • Vocalist of Rammstein
       • Lives in Berlin with his
         daughter and bikes h...
Erkki Kalmari

• Farmer from Laukaa
  who produces biogas from
  his cows’ manure to fuel his
  car
• Maintains his own bi...
Thom Yorke

• Vocalist of Radiohead
• A vegetarian
• A vegetarian diet produces
  significantly less
  greenhouse gas emis...
Heidi Kettunen

• A 20 year old vegan from
  the city of Helsinki
• For ecological and ethical
  reasons, does not eat
  m...
Janne Länsipuro

• A farmer cultivating organic
  products in Isnäs in
  Southern Finland
• Cultivating organic products
 ...
Maija Kaunismaa

• Travelled to Asia through
  Russia and China by train
• Long journeys by plane
  produce approximately ...
Seija Lukkala
• The Managing Director
  and founder of a company
  called Globe Hope which
  produces and sells
  ecologic...
“Porkkanamafia”
(=Carrot mob)
• Carrot mob brings
  customers to companies
  which commit to use extra
  income generated ...
Hanna Laiho
• Exercises in a circus group
• Activities and sports which
  do not require special
  equipment, heated sheds...
Truck made
of carton

• Candidates for
  matriculation exam of
  visual arts high school in
  Tampere created their truck
...
Low-carbon Future
Emissions in 2050:




-90 %
What is required for
   happiness?


                  ‹#›
Self-deciding   ‹#›
Respecting others   ‹#›
Safety   ‹#›
Understanding   ‹#›
Special experiences   ‹#›
In the future many
things
will change:
•   housing
•   transportation
•   food
•   travelling
•   consumption
•   leisure-...
Where are the changes
                carried out?

•   Politics, municipalities and governments?
•   Business and trade, ...
Politics: heros

• The state of California
  committed to the Kyoto
  protocol to reduce
  emissions although the
  United...
Civil society:
campaigning

• Aims for a national climate
  bill, a binding contract for
  politicians to reduce
  emissio...
Politics: climate
 negotiations
• The first recognizable
  convention over climate
  change issues was signed
  in Rio de ...
Politics:
sustainable
alternatives
• The city of Paris provides
  trendy and easily available
  city bikes to its inhabita...
Civil society:
information
services
• NGOs share information
  and publish briefings to
  several target groups
• “Ilmari”...
Business:
eco labels

• Companies now use eco
  labels because consumers
  demand and favor such
  products
• Footprint ca...
Business:
new products

• Carbon emissions for oat
  raw material are 360 g/kg
• Carbon emissions for
  milk raw material ...
Science:
technological
development
• Solar Sailor operates with
  both sun and wind power
• The ship consumes
  approximat...
You have been cheated on
     when said that
you would be tomorrow's
    decision makers.
You are decision makers
        ...
Lots has been achieved through
          civil action
Climate change is
    THE THING
for this generation
Photos:

ice berg: feffef@flickr                          animal husbandry: docman@flickr
dried earth: ozyman@flickr      ...
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  1. 1. Climate Change – How we will solve it? Supported by the Ministry of Education
  2. 2. Mankind’s consumption of natural resources 2
  3. 3. Mankind’s consumption of natural resources ‹#›
  4. 4. Mankind’s consumption of natural resources ‹#›
  5. 5. Mankind’s consumption of natural resources ‹#›
  6. 6. ‹#› WWF Living Planet
  7. 7. What is Climate Change?
  8. 8. Climate change is heightened greenhouse effect
  9. 9. Human impacts on the carbon cycle
  10. 10. Human impacts on the carbon cycle
  11. 11. Human impacts on the carbon cycle
  12. 12. Human impacts on the carbon cycle
  13. 13. Human impacts on the carbon cycle
  14. 14. Human activities contribute greenhouse gas emissions in variety of ways
  15. 15. ‹#›
  16. 16. Energy production ‹#›
  17. 17. ‹#›
  18. 18. Motoring ‹#›
  19. 19. ‹#›
  20. 20. Animal husbandry ‹#›
  21. 21. ‹#›
  22. 22. Steel production ‹#›
  23. 23. ‹#›
  24. 24. Planting rice ‹#›
  25. 25. ‹#›
  26. 26. Forest destruction ‹#›
  27. 27. Carbon Footprint
  28. 28. How big is your carbon footprint?
  29. 29. Example footprints of Finn’s
  30. 30. What does a Finn’s carbon footprint consist of? ‹#›
  31. 31. John Webster • Film director • Lives in an ecological house designed and constructed by himself, located close to the railways • The house is heated with geothermal energy and with a fireplace ‹#›
  32. 32. Tytti Määttä • County manager in Vaala • Owns no car, even if there is practically no collective traffic available in Kainuu • Lives a kilometer away from her workplace and walks there every day • Vaala muncipality has shared cars to use for work related trips ‹#›
  33. 33. Tuomas Toivonen and Nene Tsuboi • Tuomas Toivonen is an architecht and vocalist of Giant Robot, Nene Tsuboi is an artist • They live in Kallio, Helsinki in a 36m² sized apartment located 3 metro stops from their work place ‹#›
  34. 34. GFDL Till Lindemann • Vocalist of Rammstein • Lives in Berlin with his daughter and bikes home on the empty streets of Berlin after performing for tens of thousands of people • Biking creates no greenhouse gas emissions ‹#›
  35. 35. Erkki Kalmari • Farmer from Laukaa who produces biogas from his cows’ manure to fuel his car • Maintains his own biogas reactor and sells gas to others • Biogas is one of the most environmentally friendly fuels ‹#›
  36. 36. Thom Yorke • Vocalist of Radiohead • A vegetarian • A vegetarian diet produces significantly less greenhouse gas emissions than a mixed diet ‹#›
  37. 37. Heidi Kettunen • A 20 year old vegan from the city of Helsinki • For ecological and ethical reasons, does not eat meat, fish, dairy or egg products. • Producing dairy products creates also a lot of greenhouse gas emissions ‹#›
  38. 38. Janne Länsipuro • A farmer cultivating organic products in Isnäs in Southern Finland • Cultivating organic products does not consume energy demanding nitrogenous fertilizers ‹#›
  39. 39. Maija Kaunismaa • Travelled to Asia through Russia and China by train • Long journeys by plane produce approximately ten times more emissions than equally long journeys by train ‹#›
  40. 40. Seija Lukkala • The Managing Director and founder of a company called Globe Hope which produces and sells ecological clothes made from recycled materials • Globe Hope has drawn a lot of attention to recyclable fashion and given examples of how textiles can be reused ‹#›
  41. 41. “Porkkanamafia” (=Carrot mob) • Carrot mob brings customers to companies which commit to use extra income generated on environmentally friendly investments • Everybody wins: • Company’s image improves • Consumers can have an influence • The state of the environment improves ‹#›
  42. 42. Hanna Laiho • Exercises in a circus group • Activities and sports which do not require special equipment, heated sheds or long distance travelling by private car are usually climate friendly ‹#›
  43. 43. Truck made of carton • Candidates for matriculation exam of visual arts high school in Tampere created their truck from carton in their final school day (traditional day in Finland to go around the city by trucks) ‹#›
  44. 44. Low-carbon Future
  45. 45. Emissions in 2050: -90 %
  46. 46. What is required for happiness? ‹#›
  47. 47. Self-deciding ‹#›
  48. 48. Respecting others ‹#›
  49. 49. Safety ‹#›
  50. 50. Understanding ‹#›
  51. 51. Special experiences ‹#›
  52. 52. In the future many things will change: • housing • transportation • food • travelling • consumption • leisure-time ‹#›
  53. 53. Where are the changes carried out? • Politics, municipalities and governments? • Business and trade, services and industry? • Science, technology and research? • Civic society? ‹#›
  54. 54. Politics: heros • The state of California committed to the Kyoto protocol to reduce emissions although the United States had not ratified the protocol • The state sued car manufacturers because their highly energy consuming cars contribute to climate change ‹#›
  55. 55. Civil society: campaigning • Aims for a national climate bill, a binding contract for politicians to reduce emissions • In the UK a Climate bill came into effect in 2008 after more than 130 000 citizens demanded it ‹#›
  56. 56. Politics: climate negotiations • The first recognizable convention over climate change issues was signed in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 • In 2009 there was a significant climate conference in Copenhagen • Negotiations between the industrialised and developing countries are challenging ‹#›
  57. 57. Politics: sustainable alternatives • The city of Paris provides trendy and easily available city bikes to its inhabitants and tourists ‹#›
  58. 58. Civil society: information services • NGOs share information and publish briefings to several target groups • “Ilmari” information project to schools was established in 2003 and is an ongoing project • “ilmasto.org” has distributed climate change information since 1998 ‹#›
  59. 59. Business: eco labels • Companies now use eco labels because consumers demand and favor such products • Footprint calculations for groceries is ongoing and develops all the time ‹#›
  60. 60. Business: new products • Carbon emissions for oat raw material are 360 g/kg • Carbon emissions for milk raw material are 1000 g/kg ‹#›
  61. 61. Science: technological development • Solar Sailor operates with both sun and wind power • The ship consumes approximately 50 % less energy than ordinary vessel ‹#›
  62. 62. You have been cheated on when said that you would be tomorrow's decision makers. You are decision makers already! ‹#›
  63. 63. Lots has been achieved through civil action
  64. 64. Climate change is THE THING for this generation
  65. 65. Photos: ice berg: feffef@flickr animal husbandry: docman@flickr dried earth: ozyman@flickr steel plant: riffraff1@flickr motory: atwatervillage@flickr forest destruction: visionshare@flickr laundry: clemente@flickr Thom Yorke: vtrslv@flickr small cyclist: hop-frog@flickr Carrot mob: marinadi@flickr Ferrish wheel: venegas@flickr bookstore: adamskev@flickr Schwarzenegger: thomashawk@flickr assembly hall: unfccc@flickr Velib city bikes: carthesian@flickr Text Text no jobs: mundoo@flickr Text radish: sea-turtle@flickr tapes: shadows_and_light@flickr Erkki Kalmari: Erkki Kalmari energy production: mattimattila@flickr Janne Länsipuro: Janne Länsipuro rice: ricephotos@flickr Seija Lukkala: Globe Hope cars and wind turbines: pagedooley@flickr Hanna Laiho: Hanna Laiho Finnish winter scenery: jskoole@flickr girl in a city: lugolounge@flickr children in school: cambodia4kidsorg@flickr running kids: landahlauts@flickr retired: mcohen.chromiste@flickr skate ramp: clarkmackey@flickr Kyung-wha Kang: us-mission@flickr hug: Nuorten Akatemia condom: Koshiro.kun@flickr fridge magnets: sonson@flickr the big ask: polttavakysymys@flickr Excluding the pictures, these Ilmari-materials are public domain and free to be used without any conditions ‹#›

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