ASOK outline & video_links

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Outline of points covered in Applied Sustainability on Kauai (ASOK)

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ASOK outline & video_links

  1. 1. Sustainability  Series     KCC/OCET  APPLIED SUSTAINABILI TY ON KAUA`I Full-Day Session Oct 091. The Sustainability Conversation 8:00-9:10 Big Picture:  Best Thinkers/Ideas  State of Practice  Sense of Direction2. Sustainability Thinking 9:20-10:30 Conceptual Framework:  3 Spheres (+Prism)  3 Tools  Framing (issues)  Feedback (systems)  Footprint (ecological)  6 Challenges (Energy/Transport/Food/Building/G&S/Waste)3. Kauaian Sustainability 10:40-11:50 SWOT Overview:  Peak Oil  Climate Change  Social UnrestLUNCH Noon-1:00 Optional 30min Video: Dana Meadows, “Envisioning Sustainability”4. Re-inventing Island Systems 1:00-2:10 The Design Problem:  Renewable Energy  Sustainable Food  Alternative Transport5. Retrofitting for Resilience 2:20-3:30 The Fix-It Problem:  Green Business/Consumption  Waste Management  Green Building5. Wrap-up 3:40-4:00Ken  Stokes,  The  Kauaian  Institute     www.kauaian.net  
  2. 2. Sustainability  Series     KCC/OCET   VIDEOS FROM THE SUSTAINABILITY CONVERSATION Thought Leader Topic Time Dateee 1. Alex Steffen Unimaginable/Unthinkable 3.5 Feb 05 Founder, WorldChanging.com, argues that reducing humanity’s ecological footprint is incredibly vital now, as the western consumer lifestyle spreads to developing countries. 2. Dr. Karl-Henrik Robèrt Achieving Sustainability 3.0 Apr 06 Founder, The Natural Step , draws hope from new technologies and new cultural movements emerging around issues of sustainability, but says we must accelerate this global transition. This will require a great deal of negotiation and strong leadership. 3. Pam Matson Low-hanging Fruit 3.0 Oct 07 35:55 – 38.45 Dean, Stanford School of Earth Sciences, highlights the need for systems thinking as we prioritize energy efficiency and resolve the challenges of replacing fossil fuels. 4. Susan Hockfield Turn up the Volume 6.5 Feb 08 9:13 – 15.45 President, MIT, says the rising public awareness of climate change comes with a price. Citizens are “starving for a sense of focus, clarity and direction.” 5. John Elkington The Phoenix Economy 7.5 Apr 09 Founder, Sustainability & inventor, Triple Bottom Line, outlines the paths for a new paradigm where old systems are left behind and a new, sustainable future arises. 6. John Ehrenfeld Sustainability is Something Else 4.0 Apr 09 38:00–42:10 Author, “Sustainability by Design” & MIT prof (ret.), challenges conventional notions of ‘solving’ environmental problems and offers a radically new set of strategies to attain sustainability. 7. Paul Hawken Doomers & Designers 3.0 Sep 09 (Preload at 12:30) Author, “Blessed Unrest” and "Natural Capitalism", and founder, WiserEarth.org, draws from his wealth of expertise and vision to address both the triple-bottom-line opportunities and frank economic realities of these extraordinary times. -------- Total minutes 30.5Ken  Stokes,  The  Kauaian  Institute     www.kauaian.net  

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