wo
Financieren Duurzame Innovatie
 Maatschappelijke context
 Veranderende voorkeuren
 Zakelijke gevolgen
Daan Dijk, Rab...
Economic transitions are difficult
2
- Abolition of slavery 1833
- Equal payment of women 1970
- Animal rights?
- Biodiver...
The Dynamics of Change ….
Driving force Dynamics
meaning slow
equity medium
efficiency fast
Cultural realm
Political realm...
Rabobank’s struggle for Allignment on SD
4
If it is legal it is alright!
Some may worry about people &
planet, but I am re...
Limits to Growth 1973
. Limits to Growth estimated that by
now we would begin to see declines in
food production, populati...
Limits to Growth: the 40 yr reality check
1900 1950 2000. 2050 2100
Years
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
1.30e+10
6.00e+12
4.00e+12
40.00
...
Predicting is hard…..
7
“if we look at things like renewable
wind, solar, biofuels, we have those
sources over the next 30...
8
Unaccounted societal costs are socialised
Towards a new, less anthropocentric, perspective on things
The closer the economy approaches the scale of the Planet the more it will have
to conform to the physical behavior mode o...
21C Transition to a Circular Economy also Economic
Hedge against scarcity and driver of corporate innovation and profitabl...
Modern Business Model adress…
11
Resource Scarcity Changing Legislation Consumer Values
Business Drivers: Cost, Brand Prot...
New business models are emerging….
12
Sustainable Value as a solid basis for Profit
“To us the question is no longer how w...
Food & Agri Industry
Chemical
industry
Bioneering: the new innovation wave
Agriculture takes centre stage again in providi...
Bio Based Economy,
The BBE is a new way of working with nature:
 To provide superior products: Food, Feed, Functional mol...
Energie Akkoord
15
0,0
20,0
40,0
60,0
80,0
100,0
120,0
2012
2023
Nederland loopt achter en moet nu inhaalslag maken
Upcycling in the Waste Market
 EU waste market 2700 MT
– Only 40% is recycled
 NL waste market 60Mton,
– 84% (50MT) recy...
Rethinking Mineral Loops
17
• Farmers around the world require 135 Mio
tons of mineral fertilizer per year
• Traditional u...
In Sync with Nature
 We can live in abundance
 If we co-operate with Nature
 Base the economy to the MAX
on renewable r...
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Rabobank financiering voor duurzame innovatie, Koploperbijeenkomst maart 2014

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Dan Dijk, Managing Director Sustainable Business Development van de Rabobank Nederland, geeft inzicht in de rol van financiële instellingen bij het stimuleren van duurzame innovatie.

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Rabobank financiering voor duurzame innovatie, Koploperbijeenkomst maart 2014

  1. 1. wo Financieren Duurzame Innovatie  Maatschappelijke context  Veranderende voorkeuren  Zakelijke gevolgen Daan Dijk, RabobankMVO Koplopers netwerk 25 maart 2014 Daan Dijk ?
  2. 2. Economic transitions are difficult 2 - Abolition of slavery 1833 - Equal payment of women 1970 - Animal rights? - Biodiversity preservation ? - Planetary boundaries? Change drivers, under currents, blind spots & denial
  3. 3. The Dynamics of Change …. Driving force Dynamics meaning slow equity medium efficiency fast Cultural realm Political realm Economic realm values preferences rules laws Resources Money Markets Regulators Change is the outcome of many interacting decisions
  4. 4. Rabobank’s struggle for Allignment on SD 4 If it is legal it is alright! Some may worry about people & planet, but I am responsible for profit , damnit! We do’nt want to be do-gooders, do we? Sustainability is in the genes at Rabobank Sustainability is not a no-brainer in corporate boardrooms Sustainability is not an option but a precondition for profitability Sustainability drives innovation and competetiveness Am I my brothers keeper?
  5. 5. Limits to Growth 1973 . Limits to Growth estimated that by now we would begin to see declines in food production, population, energy availability and life expectancy. None of these developments has even begun to occur, nor is there any immediate prospect that they will. So the Club of Rome was wrong at least in the time frame contemplated. (ExxonMobil 2005, Shell 2009) Vested interest in denial ?
  6. 6. Limits to Growth: the 40 yr reality check 1900 1950 2000. 2050 2100 Years 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 1.30e+10 6.00e+12 4.00e+12 40.00 0.00 2.00e+12 1: population 2: food 3: industrial output 4: pollution index 5: resources … 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 Nonrenewable Resources Pollution Food Population Industrial Production (Meadows et al. 1972, 1992, 2005) We are still on the overshoot and collapse path
  7. 7. Predicting is hard….. 7 “if we look at things like renewable wind, solar, biofuels, we have those sources over the next 30 years growing 700-800 percent. But in the year 2040, they’ll supply just 1 percent”. Rex Tillerson, CEO Exxon Mobile, March 2013. hard to imagine the unimaginable REN21, 2011
  8. 8. 8 Unaccounted societal costs are socialised Towards a new, less anthropocentric, perspective on things
  9. 9. The closer the economy approaches the scale of the Planet the more it will have to conform to the physical behavior mode of the Planet: i.e. become Circular Blue Planet Populat ion
  10. 10. 21C Transition to a Circular Economy also Economic Hedge against scarcity and driver of corporate innovation and profitablity Renewable Resources Extracted non-renewable resources
  11. 11. Modern Business Model adress… 11 Resource Scarcity Changing Legislation Consumer Values Business Drivers: Cost, Brand Protection, Attraction of Capital
  12. 12. New business models are emerging…. 12 Sustainable Value as a solid basis for Profit “To us the question is no longer how we can use society to be successful but rather what we should add to society to be successful. So, our mission is to make society better” , Trouw, Nov. 2011 “we are a commercial enterprise, but is nicer to make a profit with good products and leave the world in a better state to posterity ”, Duurzaam ondernemen, Nov 2007
  13. 13. Food & Agri Industry Chemical industry Bioneering: the new innovation wave Agriculture takes centre stage again in providing Food, Feed and Functionals
  14. 14. Bio Based Economy, The BBE is a new way of working with nature:  To provide superior products: Food, Feed, Functional molecules Value Drivers :  Environmental: lower footprint , less waste  Economic: cost of feedstock, carbon or waste taxation  Strategic: licence to operate , branding , renewable Inputs :  Solar Energy, CO2, Water, Soil  Human Ingenuity ,Enabling Capital Copying Nature on an Industrial Scale
  15. 15. Energie Akkoord 15 0,0 20,0 40,0 60,0 80,0 100,0 120,0 2012 2023 Nederland loopt achter en moet nu inhaalslag maken
  16. 16. Upcycling in the Waste Market  EU waste market 2700 MT – Only 40% is recycled  NL waste market 60Mton, – 84% (50MT) recycling, 8MT energy recovery & composting, 2MT landfill – Decoupling of GDP & waste volume (-2%)  Turnover 12-13 bn EUR/a, (EUR 200/ton) – 55% in wholesale of secundary materials . – 45% waste collection (EUR 2 bn), preparaton for recycling (EUR 1,5 bn) and waste treatment (EUR 2 bn). 16 Consistent Dutch Municipal Solid Waste to Value strategy pays off
  17. 17. Rethinking Mineral Loops 17 • Farmers around the world require 135 Mio tons of mineral fertilizer per year • Traditional urban sanitation wastes 50 M tons of fertilizer equivalent (N,P,K) • Time to explore new ways of co-operation between urban and rural areas , industry and farming, public and private sector Municipal waste is a valuable resource that can be put to good use
  18. 18. In Sync with Nature  We can live in abundance  If we co-operate with Nature  Base the economy to the MAX on renewable resources (building, food, biomaterials, solar energy, water)  Recycle abiotic nutrients 18 The Earth’s Resources are Finite, Human Ingenuity and Solar Energy are Infinite

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