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Dr Patrick Dixon Chairman Global Change LtdSustainAgility
Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has beenranked one of the 20 most influential busine...
Most debates aboutfuture are about timingWhat if green tech / gasbalancing takes off faster ?
“80-95% carbon reduction” Fantasy or Future?
 	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  Related	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  ...
Wild	  Cards:	  Risk	  Management
Indonesia: Islamic radicalisation88% of 200 million Expect struggle for political power by radical groups in Indonesia, M...
• Click	  to	  edit	  Master	  text	  styles16
The future is about
19The future is about
•EU330m moreEU1 trillion debt
25
The future is aboutEMOTION
Passions ChangeDemands for more responsible capitalism, socially-mindedSUSTAINABLE BUSINESS following global banking crisis
300 million  cities in China by 2020Commodity price pressure
1	  trillionpages	  a	  month
"Perfection!,Wonderful hotel. Good value, beautifulviews.“Telford UK, May 20, 2012This was the most beautiful hotel. Clean...
33%	  in	  UK	  don’t	  watch	  live	  TV
Some	  users	  in	  France	  >	  30	  gig	  in	  days
95%	  EU	  bandwidth	  soon	  video
>	  200	  million	  mobile	  payments	  >	  $160bn
Vodafone Mastercard SprintVamoosle
Free mobile devicescalls / web / TV / games / pay2010	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  ...
$40 Trillion Green Tech Boomdriven by oil price, cost cuts, green activism
Data accepted widelyScience of global warming is highly influentialPassion - government - regulation - subsidy
Source: „Vostok“ (Antarctica) ice cores, World Data Center for Paleoclimatology, NOAA, Boulder, CO, USA350-393ppmin 30 yea...
“400,000 sq miles of Arctic ice melted in 30 years”
China water crisis“In 20 years, 18,000 square miles of ice melted” “3000 out of 4000Tibetan lakes dried up”
Oil >$100 a barrel accelerates innovationEven strong climate sceptics “go green”
Shale gas 33%US supplies200 years global supplyUp from 60 years in 5 years
5 coal plants replace with gas = 9000 megawatts wind
 30 million acres lost EU 5% gasoline and diesel from food25% of 2010 US grain ! fuel48
120,000 terawatts of sunlight /day7,000 times total global power usePower Moscow from Libyan Desert“33-49% EU power = wind...
120,000 terawatts of sunlight /day7,000 times total power useQUEBEC from ARIZONA
Solar cell generation parity <1-3 yrs --> ?
Heat Pumps• 70% new buildings in Sweden• 45% new buildings in New Zealand• Up to 50% energy savings• Payback 15 years but ...
Australia Power Shortage• 10% capacity used 4 days a year• Average $50  peak $10,000 per MWhr
Managing peak demand• Variable pricing - weather and time of day - appliance control
Enough salt caverns to power germany for a week56
•Only 5% EU power crosses borders
Street Lights - Philips5%  2% of US / EU energyPayback period 4 years120 million EU street lamps75% replace in 15 yea...
Will we be ready?For individualsFor familyFor community / investorsFor whole earthMaking Life Better
Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has beenranked one of the 20 most influential busine...
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
Sustainagility - Greentech Innovation, Sustainable Business and Corporate Social Responsibility - Conference Keynote Speaker
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Sustainable business and how green technology will help sustainability, climate change, global warming, water shortages, food shortages, transport, energy, fuel, cities. Future aviation, travel, rail, cars, tourism, corporate travel, heating, lighting, heat pumps. Solar cells, wind power, biofuels, alternatiive energy generation. Future of coal, oil, gas and nuclear power. Electric vehicles. Green living. Protecting rainforests. Why climate change and other sustainability issues can be solved. Costs of global warming action. Marketing of green tech. Open innovation and crowdsourcing. Leadership of business and government. Government regulation, politics and political agreement. Activists and campaigning.

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  1. 1. Dr Patrick Dixon Chairman Global Change LtdSustainAgility
  2. 2. Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has beenranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50)Sustainagility- Greentech Innovation, SustainableBusiness and Corporate Social Responsibility -Keynote for Alstom (2013)500 videos of keynoteswww.youtube.com/pjvdixonover 4 million viewswww.globalchange.com14 million unique visitors
  3. 3. Most debates aboutfuture are about timingWhat if green tech / gasbalancing takes off faster ?
  4. 4. “80-95% carbon reduction” Fantasy or Future?
  5. 5.                        Related                                                                                          Issues  5
  6. 6. Wild  Cards:  Risk  Management
  7. 7. Indonesia: Islamic radicalisation88% of 200 million Expect struggle for political power by radical groups in Indonesia, Malaysia
  8. 8. • Click  to  edit  Master  text  styles16
  9. 9. The future is about
  10. 10. 19The future is about
  11. 11. •EU330m moreEU1 trillion debt
  12. 12. 25
  13. 13. The future is aboutEMOTION
  14. 14. Passions ChangeDemands for more responsible capitalism, socially-mindedSUSTAINABLE BUSINESS following global banking crisis
  15. 15. 300 million  cities in China by 2020Commodity price pressure
  16. 16. 1  trillionpages  a  month
  17. 17. "Perfection!,Wonderful hotel. Good value, beautifulviews.“Telford UK, May 20, 2012This was the most beautiful hotel. Clean, friendly and goodvalue.“Worst hotel I have ever been in. Should be closed down.“ Paris April, 2012NEVER stay in this terrible place. Rats, insects, dirty.Many guests got sick.
  18. 18. 33%  in  UK  don’t  watch  live  TV
  19. 19. Some  users  in  France  >  30  gig  in  days
  20. 20. 95%  EU  bandwidth  soon  video
  21. 21. >  200  million  mobile  payments  >  $160bn
  22. 22. Vodafone Mastercard SprintVamoosle
  23. 23. Free mobile devicescalls / web / TV / games / pay2010                                                  2013                                    2015                                                    Data
  24. 24. $40 Trillion Green Tech Boomdriven by oil price, cost cuts, green activism
  25. 25. Data accepted widelyScience of global warming is highly influentialPassion - government - regulation - subsidy
  26. 26. Source: „Vostok“ (Antarctica) ice cores, World Data Center for Paleoclimatology, NOAA, Boulder, CO, USA350-393ppmin 30 yearsxx420,000 Years - CO2 and Earth Temperature”Dip equivalent to 0.5 mile of ice over some ofnorthern hemisphere 15,000 years ago”
  27. 27. “400,000 sq miles of Arctic ice melted in 30 years”
  28. 28. China water crisis“In 20 years, 18,000 square miles of ice melted” “3000 out of 4000Tibetan lakes dried up”
  29. 29. Oil >$100 a barrel accelerates innovationEven strong climate sceptics “go green”
  30. 30. Shale gas 33%US supplies200 years global supplyUp from 60 years in 5 years
  31. 31. 5 coal plants replace with gas = 9000 megawatts wind
  32. 32.  30 million acres lost EU 5% gasoline and diesel from food25% of 2010 US grain ! fuel48
  33. 33. 120,000 terawatts of sunlight /day7,000 times total global power usePower Moscow from Libyan Desert“33-49% EU power = wind by 2050”Surplus wind to methane ?Gas power - load balancing
  34. 34. 120,000 terawatts of sunlight /day7,000 times total power useQUEBEC from ARIZONA
  35. 35. Solar cell generation parity <1-3 yrs --> ?
  36. 36. Heat Pumps• 70% new buildings in Sweden• 45% new buildings in New Zealand• Up to 50% energy savings• Payback 15 years but boosts electricity demand
  37. 37. Australia Power Shortage• 10% capacity used 4 days a year• Average $50  peak $10,000 per MWhr
  38. 38. Managing peak demand• Variable pricing - weather and time of day - appliance control
  39. 39. Enough salt caverns to power germany for a week56
  40. 40. •Only 5% EU power crosses borders
  41. 41. Street Lights - Philips5%  2% of US / EU energyPayback period 4 years120 million EU street lamps75% replace in 15 years at unit costof $750 including labour
  42. 42. Will we be ready?For individualsFor familyFor community / investorsFor whole earthMaking Life Better
  43. 43. Patrick Dixon is Chairman of Global Change Ltd, Author of 15 books and has beenranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50)Sustainagility- Greentech Innovation, SustainableBusiness and Corporate Social Responsibility -Keynote for Alstom (2013)500 videos of keynoteswww.youtube.com/pjvdixonover 4 million viewswww.globalchange.com14 million unique visitors
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