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  • The breakfast table. Even the simplest now includes globalisation. What if you want to have sustainable products?
  • The breakfast table. Even the simplest now includes globalisation. What if you want to have sustainable products?
  • Systems map of future leverage points (hot spots) for sustainable lifestyles and green economy (e.g. in mobility, housing, food/drink, ICT etc) The systemic approach can then of course also be communicated in corporate reports and in PR – to show that GLS is supporting initaitves that link to each other and follow a coherent approach
  • Forschungsfragen: Das Thema "Gesundheit, Wohlbefinden und Work-Life-Balance" beinhaltet Aspekte zum physischen und psychischen Wohlbefinden des Menschen. Eine zentrale Frage ist, wie eine Verschiebung hin zu einer nachhaltigeren Lebensweise eine gesündere Lebensweise umfasst oder mit sich bringt. Der Cluster "sozialen, gesellschaftlichen und Verhaltensänderung" sind die Themen, die wie Verhaltensänderungen auf der individuellen oder Haushaltsebene erleichtert und erhalten werden.
  • Product-Service-System Social Business models Umweltmodelle Vorteile sharing systems: reach new customers (2) improve and establish long-term relationships with customers (3) establish closed-loops systems Ideas for more sustainable business models – product-service systems – are emerging   Experts, supported by an increasing number of businesses (e.g. Xerox, DuPont, Interface), advocate a closed-loop economy and greater design for durability and recycling (Wells and Seitz 2005; Stahel 2006). Others propagate the so-called product service economy (Stahel 1994), where the negative economic impacts of slower throughput of products are offset by repair services, re-use of products and re-manufacturing. Forschungsfragen: Im Bereich der "Volks- und Betriebswirtschaft" identifizierten Experten die Notwendigkeit für alternative Ansätze derzeitigem "doing business", ökonomische Modelle und Geschäftsstrategien. Unter anderem werden alternative Finanzierungssysteme angesprochen.
  • Product-Service-System Social Business models Umweltmodelle Vorteile sharing systems: reach new customers (2) improve and establish long-term relationships with customers (3) establish closed-loops systems Ideas for more sustainable business models – product-service systems – are emerging   Experts, supported by an increasing number of businesses (e.g. Xerox, DuPont, Interface), advocate a closed-loop economy and greater design for durability and recycling (Wells and Seitz 2005; Stahel 2006). Others propagate the so-called product service economy (Stahel 1994), where the negative economic impacts of slower throughput of products are offset by repair services, re-use of products and re-manufacturing. Forschungsfragen: Im Bereich der "Volks- und Betriebswirtschaft" identifizierten Experten die Notwendigkeit für alternative Ansätze derzeitigem "doing business", ökonomische Modelle und Geschäftsstrategien. Unter anderem werden alternative Finanzierungssysteme angesprochen.
  • The breakfast table. Even the simplest now includes globalisation. What if you want to have sustainable products?

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  • 1. Visions for the City of the FutureMichael KuhndtCSCP - Centre on SustainableConsumption and Production
  • 2. What kind of city will we live in? How will we live in the City of the Future? How will we consume? How will we travel? What will be important to us? What are the upcoming trends?Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 2
  • 3. Understanding - individual needs - global mega-trends Human-centred & holistic approach Understanding individual needs, desires, influencers & motivators… … and delivering more sustainable options to meet individual needs and desires, while addressing the global mega-trendsMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 3
  • 4. What is more sustainable living?Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 4
  • 5. Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 5
  • 6. Current challenge for Sustainable Consumption and Production: Over-used & scarce resources < 1 planet 1 – 2 planets 2 – 4 planets > 4 planets Source: Happy Planet IndexMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 6
  • 7. What kind of city will we live in? What is our impact on the planet? Is sustainable infrastructure enough? Do we need to change behaviours and lifestyles as well? Will we still need the resources of 4 planets? I.e. a 4-planet lifestyle?Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 7
  • 8. Which sustainability projects to support? • Systems map of future leverage points (hot spots) for sustainable lifestyles and green economy (e.g. in mobility, housing, food/drink, ICT etc) • Recommendations, which initiatives to support in order to foster sustainability based on a holistic and systemic approachMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 8
  • 9. Huge innovation potential Renewable energy Energy Efficient Cooking Recycled materials Organic and local food via farmers network Recycled Metals Using waste materials, local designers Sustainable woodMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org
  • 10. Technology InnovationMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org
  • 11. Social InnovationMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org
  • 12. Skills for the FutureMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org
  • 13. Business ModelsMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org
  • 14. Consuming differently: Collaborative models Sporadically used Space Office equipment and space household appliances • holiday flats • drills • gardens • printer/scanner/ • kitchen machines • guest rooms beamers • washing machines • joint kitchen, bath- & conference rooms Goods replaced by services Apparel • clothing • online movie-renting • accessories • decentralized ans- • sport stuff wering machine & fax • cloud computing Life-phase specific goods Transportation goods • skies • babies’ stuff • city bikes • university text books • cars • lorriesMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 14
  • 15. What kind of city will we live in? How will the infrastructure in the City of the Future look like? How can we create incentives for sustainable consumer behaviour? How will the infrastructure influence consumer behaviour?Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 15
  • 16. Translating Sustainability What it means for our daily lives…Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 16
  • 17. Developing a Vision • Asking different stakeholders for their views • Gathering Ideas • Creating Knowledge • Sustainable Lifestyles 2050 WorkshopsMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2011 www.scp-centre.org
  • 18. Enabling Sustainable Consumption and Sustainable LifestylesBefore Rio During Rio After Rio Developing a Vision: Interactive Exhibit: Facilitating Dialogues Sustainable Lifestyles Letting people feel, between different 2050 taste, smell stakeholders sustainabilityMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2010 www.scp-centre.org
  • 19. Interactive Exhibit • Making People “feel” sustainability • Immersion into sustainable lifestylesMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2010 www.scp-centre.org
  • 20. Global Dialogue Facilitation Vision 2050 Goal / Objectives Network Facilitation, Best 1 Global Network Practice Exchange, Dialogue Leadership, Vision 5 Cities Workshops, Guide, Country Facilitation 100 Big Ideas: „Experiences“, Sustainable Lifestyles for a Green Sustainable Lifestyles Coaches, Idea HubsMichael Kuhndt CSCP Economy February 2010 www.scp-centre.org
  • 21. Our Vision Driving innovation to meet new models of sustainability Efficiencies alone will not be enough to bring current consumption patterns to sustainable levels, widespread changes will also be required to consumer behaviours and lifestyles Sustainable Infrastructure More Sustainable Sustainable Sustainable Consumer Innovation & Behaviour LifestylesEntrepreneurship Supply Demand GroundswellMichael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 21
  • 22. Thank you for your attentionMichael KuhndtCSCP - Centre on SustainableConsumption and Production
  • 23. Establishing new infrastructures to support sustainable innovations:  The CSCP works on conceptualising and visualising the future physical, social and virtual infrastructure we need for achieving sustainable ways of living.Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org 23
  • 24. Measures for Sustainability Dividing true value by impact to provide a measure of how sustainably benefits are delivered to society and linking consumption and production Increasing the Benefits Usage Ecosystem Social Well-being Individual benefits benefits benefits Well-being = Increased Reducing the Waste Social impacts sustainability Water Energy Impacts Harmful Land Energy depletion substances 24Michael Kuhndt CSCP Visions for the City of the Future, Basel 2012 www.scp-centre.org
  • 25. Promising Consuming Food & Consumables 1. Linking consumption & production (urban farming) 2.Balancing meat consumption 3.Smart, efficient productsMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2010 www.scp-centre.org
  • 26. Promising Living Buildings & Cities 1.Community 21st Century 2.Smart, Easy, Efficient – Buildings, Eco-towns, Transition towns 3.New ways of working 4.Skills for the futureMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2010 www.scp-centre.org
  • 27. Promising Moving Moving & Mobility 1.Collaborative mobility (sharing, swapping, redistributing) 2.Connected mobility infrastructure 3.Easy, convenient, sufficientMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2010 www.scp-centre.org
  • 28. Trendspotting Sustainable LivingMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2011 www.scp-centre.org
  • 29. Vision 2050: Impulses Sustainable Consumer Behaviour Sustainable lifestyles; consuming more intelligently; Vision 2050 Sustainable Infrastructure City of the Future Mobility; communication; networks; encouraging sustainable behaviour Collaborative Consumption Communication and sharing; intelligent consumptionMichael Kuhndt CSCP February 2011 www.scp-centre.org 29