Capital Flow based Emission Control Mechanism (CAFECOM)

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A virtual presentation to the 2010 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (virtual participation) from the United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan

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  • My name is Anh, I am from Vietnam and currently studying in Japan.
    I am more a theorist than a doer. I’ve just designed this on paper, so I come here to listen to your practical feedback.
    The focus of my presentation will actually be the unique visions that I set up ahead rather than just a mere mentoring model.
    There are many slides and ideas so I will leave the details until our discussion.
    Why I want to make this big is because…
  • Most developing countries are facing a big…
  • Premium is driver of mark-up
  • So my 2nd vision to control emission by affecting the capital flow of massive scale like these companies
  • Externalized costs might be inflicted on suppliers or environment surrounding them
  • This is my vision that the project will be scaled up into an organic facilities where students, businesses, experts, and suppliers work together.
    Most likely not this big.
  • I’m job hunting and having interview for this Japanese company and they have things in common. They do convenient stores, they cram all the sustainable technologies, convenient utilities into these stores, and now they want more, to be a place people gather and learn, to become society’s infrastructure, and we want the same.
  • I’m job hunting and having interview for this Japanese company and they have things in common. They do convenient stores, they cram all the sustainable technologies, convenient utilities into these stores, and now they want more, to be a place people gather and learn, to become society’s infrastructure, and we want the same.
  • Capital Flow based Emission Control Mechanism (CAFECOM)

    1. 1.  Capital Loops
    2. 2. ???? PARK HYATT How to break the Loops
    3. 3. Non- emitting capital (which is huge in case of the Upper income’s Loop) BUT, next thing to consider: giving money to lower income classes isn’t exactly a solution
    4. 4. Emission Emission Capital ratio When we’re having to deal with both emission and money, we can’t just focus on this But THIS (The richer the more emission one produces) (The poorer the more emission PER DOLLAR one produces)
    5. 5. The richer the more emission one produces (Obvious)
    6. 6. So we have to find the EXACT DIRECTIONs to break the Loops, NOT just a money downfall from the rich to the poor, and if so, EXACTLY how much, by assigning the numbers, and solve the equations: Wealth distribution for 3 income classes Emission, emission:capital ratio, what’s more!?
    7. 7. Maybe we can use the data on WASTE production
    8. 8. Data on WASTE and EMISSION are highly correlated
    9. 9. OECD’s ranking by waste production
    10. 10. Look how closely inequality is lately to waste production Therefore, moving left and reducing inequality may result in reduction in waste along with emission
    11. 11. EXPANSION: further and deeper income class division, more and more parameters

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