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  • The concept of a green economy does not replace sustainable development, but nearly 20 years after the first Earth Summit in Rio, there is a growing recognition that in order to achieve sustainable development, we must get the economy right. Several concurrent crises have sprung up or accelerated during the last decade: crises in climate, biodiversity, food, fuel and water, and more recently, the financial crisis. Although these crises vary, they all share a common feature, the gross misallocation of capital. Existing policies and market incentives have contributed to the problem. Therefore, we know in order to achieve sustainable development, we are going to need a new economic paradigm. \n
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  • >50% population\n>70% in poverty\nUnder represented in many platforms over the past years (focus on growing)\nNature to observe and quiet\n---\nBut time has change\nIt is waking up\nEconomic shift / powerhouse\nRethink\n
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  • Courtesy of WRI, CAIT.\nA comment on inclusiveness: demographic, economic and ecological footprints – overlying differentiated responsibilities and capacities to respond, in particular per capita measures.\nCountries in each circle represent 80% of global total (GDP 90%).\nTotal 36 countries. EU27 + 11 in central overlap – must be core of meaningful deal (POP 64%, GHG 73%, GDP 79%)\nG.8+5 convenient approximation but not enough. Not even MEF.\n
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  • Green Economy Stimulate growth and exceeds BAU over time.\nInvesting in natural capital, resource and energy efficiency can lead to:\n- Higher rates of GDP growth over time and enhanced wealth\n- Natural capital stocks\n- Reduced poverty\n- Decent employment \n
  • Some good news..\nIndonesia (7%GDP increase;41% GHG reduction by 2030)\nCountries throughout the world are actively promoting a transition to a green economy. See examples of strategies and initiatives underway. UNEP’s Green Economy Initiative is also working with about 20 countries to develop such plans.\n
  • Some good news..\nIndonesia (7%GDP increase;41% GHG reduction by 2030)\nCountries throughout the world are actively promoting a transition to a green economy. See examples of strategies and initiatives underway. UNEP’s Green Economy Initiative is also working with about 20 countries to develop such plans.\n
  • Some good news..\nIndonesia (7%GDP increase;41% GHG reduction by 2030)\nCountries throughout the world are actively promoting a transition to a green economy. See examples of strategies and initiatives underway. UNEP’s Green Economy Initiative is also working with about 20 countries to develop such plans.\n
  • Some good news..\nIndonesia (7%GDP increase;41% GHG reduction by 2030)\nCountries throughout the world are actively promoting a transition to a green economy. See examples of strategies and initiatives underway. UNEP’s Green Economy Initiative is also working with about 20 countries to develop such plans.\n
  • Some good news..\nIndonesia (7%GDP increase;41% GHG reduction by 2030)\nCountries throughout the world are actively promoting a transition to a green economy. See examples of strategies and initiatives underway. UNEP’s Green Economy Initiative is also working with about 20 countries to develop such plans.\n
  • Another challenge…big one\n
  • The amount of debt that the US is in now\n
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  • The amount of debt that the US is in now\n
  • The report uses a macroeconomic model to compare a 2% of global GDP investment under a BAU scenario to 2% of global GDP under a GE scenario, applying it to “green” 10 key sectors. The report measures the results not only in terms of GDP, but also the impacts on employment, resource intensity, emissions and ecological impact. We estimated that the annual financing demand to green the global economy was in the range of US 1.05-$2.59 trillion (Annex 1), and took an annual level of $1.3 trillion (i.e., 2% of GDP) as a target for reallocation from “brown” investments to green investments.\n\n Under a BAU scenario, it is assumed that policies would continue to support carbon-intensive infrastructure and harmful subsidies. For example, production and price subsidies for fossil fuels exceeded US $650 billion in 2008, which adversely affects a transition to renewable energies. Under a green scenario, policies would be adopted to reduce harmful subsidies and incentives would be created to increase investments in natural capital and energy efficiency, for example.\n
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Environment 2012 Environment 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 OURENVIRONMENT A short sharing of my learnings....
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 EARTH4,500,000,000 years old
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002MANKIND
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002MANKIND200,000 years old
  • FACT Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 EARTH 4,500,000,000 years old MAN 200,000 years old 6
  • Mankind Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 Earth
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002HISTORYA quick glimpse on the history of environmentalism…
  • HISTORY Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002ENVIRONMENTALISM 1.0
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • HISTORY Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002ENVIRONMENTALISM 2.0
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • 1972 Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 United Nations Conferenceon the Human Environment, Stockholm
  • BORN Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 16
  • 1983 Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002World Commission on Environment & Development (WCED)...aka The Brundtland Commission...
  • AN INTRODUCTION TO SD Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 ENVIRONMENT ECONOMICS SOCIAL 18
  • 1992 Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 Rio SummitEarth Summit
  • ONE OF ITS BRAIN CHILD Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 20
  • 2002 Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002World Summit
  • HISTORY Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002ENVIRONMENTALISM 3.0
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • FIRST ROOTS Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 EARTH SUMMIT 24th August 2002 - 6th September 2002 Over 300 partnership initiative Towards Millennium Development Goals 24
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • WORRIED Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 ? 26
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002VS
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002GREEN ECONOMY
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002GREEN ECONOMY
  • What is a Green Economy? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 “A Green Economy is one that results in increased human well- being & social equity,while significantly reducing significantly reducing environmental risks & ecological scarcities.”
  • Why? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• Born out of Crises & Accelerated resource scarcity.• A vehicle for Sustainable Development• Strategies to end persistence of poverty• Economic paradigm shift to drive growth of income and jobs with no environmental risk
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002ASIA
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Top 25 « footprints » (WRI/CAIT) Our Youth. Our Future.Top 25 in Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 [Taiwan], Netherlands, Top 25 in GDPPopulation Argentina Thailand Pakistan, China, USA, [EU27,] Canada, Bangladesh, Brazil, Indonesia, Australia, Philippines, Russia, India, Japan, Spain, Vietnam, Germany, Mexico, UK, Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Rep. Korea, Italy, Iran, Poland Egypt, France, Turkey D.R.Congo Nigeria Ukraine, Venezuela, Top 25 in S. Africa GHG emissions
  • TRADITIONAL Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 SUPPLY & DEMAND
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
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  • Our Youth. Our Future.Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Key Findings: Growth of GE vsBAU Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Green Economy in Action Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Green Economy in Action Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• Asia Pacific: 23% of Global Green Stimulus investment
  • Green Economy in Action Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• Asia Pacific: 23% of Global Green Stimulus investment• China: US$ 468Billion in Greening Key Sectors by 2015; >double past 5 years
  • Green Economy in Action Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• Asia Pacific: 23% of Global Green Stimulus investment• China: US$ 468Billion in Greening Key Sectors by 2015; >double past 5 years• Indonesia: “Green & Everlasting Indonesia” with 7-41 target
  • Green Economy in Action Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• Asia Pacific: 23% of Global Green Stimulus investment• China: US$ 468Billion in Greening Key Sectors by 2015; >double past 5 years• Indonesia: “Green & Everlasting Indonesia” with 7-41 target• Japan: 3R & Waste Minimization Policy
  • Green Economy in Action Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• Asia Pacific: 23% of Global Green Stimulus investment• China: US$ 468Billion in Greening Key Sectors by 2015; >double past 5 years• Indonesia: “Green & Everlasting Indonesia” with 7-41 target• Japan: 3R & Waste Minimization Policy• Republic of Korea: Green New Deal (2% GDP invest in Green growth)
  • Key Findings: Finances Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 US$1,300,000,000,000 Needed 44
  • Key Findings: Finances Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 US$1.3 Trillion Needed 45
  • What does US$1.3 Trillion means? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • What does US$1.3 Trillion means? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• 1/10 of total investment in physical capital
  • What does US$1.3 Trillion means? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• 1/10 of total investment in physical capital• 6 times the amount of investment done in renewable energy in 2010
  • What does US$1.3 Trillion means? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• 1/10 of total investment in physical capital• 6 times the amount of investment done in renewable energy in 2010• 2 times the amount of USA Spending on Gambling (casino, lotteries, etc)
  • What does US$1.3 Trillion means? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• 1/10 of total investment in physical capital• 6 times the amount of investment done in renewable energy in 2010• 2 times the amount of USA Spending on Gambling (casino, lotteries, etc)• 1.5 times the 2009 stimulus package for banking and automotive industries
  • What does US$1.3 Trillion means? Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002• 1/10 of total investment in physical capital• 6 times the amount of investment done in renewable energy in 2010• 2 times the amount of USA Spending on Gambling (casino, lotteries, etc)• 1.5 times the 2009 stimulus package for banking and automotive industries• Combined wealth of world’s richest 300 people
  • Key Findings: Finances Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 2% World’s GDP 47
  • BAU vs Green Scenario Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • APPROACH Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 PEOPLE PUBLIC PRIVATE 49
  • PUBLIC Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 AGREEMEN T At policy level 50
  • LESSON LEARNT Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 TALK …too much talk… 51
  • LESSON LEARNT Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 LISTEN …really too much talk… 52
  • LESSON LEARNT Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 DO …still…too much talk, really… 53
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  • NEXT CHANCE Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
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  • PRIVATE Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 RETHINK Your business model 59
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  • QUESTION Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 POLICIES EH…HOW? GRASSROOTS 62
  • OBSERVATION Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 POLITICIANS(GOVERNMENTS) COPORATIONS (MNCs, SMEs) NGOs, GRASSROOTS 63
  • OBSERVATION Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 POLITICIANS(GOVERNMENTS) COPORATIONS (MNCs, SMEs) NGOs, GRASSROOTSINDIVIDUAL HUMAN BEINGS 63
  • MY VIEWS Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 NO ENVIRONMENT = NOTHING ELSE 64
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002CONSUMPTION HABIT Starting with yourself
  • CURRENT SITUATION Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 AWARENESS increase 66
  • CURRENT SITUATION Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 AWARENESS = ACTION 67
  • Escalator Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Escalator Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
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  • INFLUENCE Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 EXAMPLE 71
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  • APPROACH Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 INDIVIDUAL COMMUNITY WORLD 73
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  • Boom de yada Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • Boom de yada Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002
  • ME Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 Wilson Ang Email: wilson.ang@eco-singapore.org Website: www.eco-singapore.org 78
  • Our Youth. Our Future. Society Reg. No: ROS 326/2002 THANK YOU!Its all happening, because we all care for our Earth. 79