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  • 1. = ALL THAT I’ve = LEARNED 28 by RYAN ALLIS
  • 2. = All that Ive learned by 28 PART 2 = ABOUT THE WORLD
  • 3. THE PRESENTATION TOPICS COVEREDThe presentation 826 slides COVERing What I’ve learned so far about 1 LIFE 2 THE WORLD 3 BUSINESS < >
  • 4. THE PRESENTATION PART I 1 TOPICSThe presentationABOUT THIS VIDEO PART TOPICS PART 1 “ABOUT LIFE” INCLUDES 337 Slides and SECTIONS ON GOALS INVESTING VALUES COMMUNICATION MENTORS INTERNAL SELF NETWORKS LESSONS < >
  • 5. THE PRESENTATION PART I 1 TOPICSThe presentationABOUT THIS VIDEO PART 2 TOPICS PART 2 “ABOUT THE WORLD” INCLUDES 210 slides and SECTIONS ONSYSTEMS GEN YHUMAN RIGHTS CLIMATE CHANGEGLOBAL KPIS INNOVATIONWORLD 2050 < >
  • 6. THE PRESENTATION PART I 1 TOPICSThe presentationABOUT THIS VIDEO PART 3 TOPICS PART 3 “ABOUT BUSINESS” INCLUDES 269 slides and SECTIONS ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP BUILDING A TEAM MOTIVATION BUILDING SYSTEMS PLANNING LEADERSHip INCORPORATION STRATEGY RAISING CAPITAL EXECUTION PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS LESSONS MARKETING MY MISSION < >
  • 7. = All that Ive learned by 28 = ABOUT SYSTEMS THINKING
  • 8. SYSTEMS THINKING WHAT IS A “SYSTEM”? A SYSTEM is A COLLECTION OF PROCESSES THAT INTERACT
  • 9. SYSTEMS THINKING SYSTEMS THINKERS SYSTEMS THINKERS INTEGRATE KNOWLEDGE ACROSS DISCIPLINES
  • 10. SYSTEMS THINKING SYSTEMS THINKERS SYSTEMS THINKERS UNDERSTAND COMPLEXITY & NUANCE
  • 11. SYSTEMS THINKING SYSTEMS THINKERS SYSTEMS THINKERS BUILD MENTAL MAPS
  • 12. SYSTEMS THINKING TYPES OF SYSTEMS 1.  INTERNAL SYSTEMS 2.  EXTERNAL SYSTEMS 3.  ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
  • 13. SYSTEMS THINKING INTERNAL SYSTEMS EXAMPLES RESPIRATION CELL REPLICATION DIGESTION IMMUNE SYSTEM HORMONAL REGULATION NEURAL PLASTICITY
  • 14. SYSTEMS THINKING EXTERNAL SYSTEMS GLOBAL TRADE ELECTRICAL GRIDS ACADEMIC ADMISSIONS CAPITAL ALLOCATION ELECTIONS THE INTERNET
  • 15. SYSTEMS THINKING EnVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS CONDENSATION GEOLOGICAL FORMATION ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY NUCLEAR FUSION GAMMA WAVES EVOLUTION
  • 16. = ALL THAT I’ve = LEARNED 28 by RYAN ALLIS
  • 17. = All that Ive learned by 28 = ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS
  • 18. HUMAN RIGHTS A THOUGHT EXERCISE IMAGINE YOU WERE IN A CAVE PRE-BIRTH AS A SOUL WITH TEN OTHER SOULS AND YOU DID NOT KNOW WHERe, TO WHOM Or which gender you will be born NOW, TOGETHER AGREE ON THE WAY THAT THE WOrLD SHOULD BE
  • 19. HUMAN RIGHTS IN THIS WORLD IN THIS WORLD WOULD YOU prevent some PEOPLE FROM TRAVELING to other places While others could Travel Freely SIMPLY BASED ON WHERE THEY WERE BORN?"
  • 20. HUMAN RIGHTS IN THIS WORLD IN THIS WORLD WOULD YOU HAVE SOME INDIVIDUALS LIVING ON LESS THAN $1.25 PER DAY $1000 per day
  • 21. HUMAN RIGHTS IN IN THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY THIS WORLD IN THIS WORLD IF YOU COULD AFFORD IT WOULD YOU ENSURE EVERYONE HAD ACCESS TO FOOD, WATER & SHELTER OR JUST SOME PEOPLE?
  • 22. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN IN THIS WORLD IN THIS WORLD IF YOU COULD AFFORD IT WOULD YOU PROVIDE ACCESS TO BASIC EDUCATION and MEDICINE JUST TO SOME CHILDREN OR TO ALL CHILDREN?
  • 23. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN IN THIS WORLD IN THIS WORLD WOULD YOU ENSURE THAT ALL INFANTS HAD LIFE SAVING IMMUNIZATIONS OR JUST RESERVE THOSE FOR SOME INFANTS?
  • 24. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN IN THIS WORLD IN THIS WORLD WOULD YOU CONDEMN SOME BABIES TO DEATH BECAUSe CANCER TREATMENTS WEREN’t available?
  • 25. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN IN THIS WORLD WHAT TYPE OF WORLD WOULD YOU CREATE IF YOU DIDN’t know where you WOULD BE BORN?
  • 26. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN IN THIS WORLD WELL Here’s THE SECRET
  • 27. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN A ENVISIONED WORLD THIS IS THE WORLD WE CAN ACTUALLY CREATE IN OUR LIFETIME"
  • 28. HUMAN RIGHTS ENVISIONED WORLDPHILOSOPHY ANAN ENVISIONED WORLD A WORLD IN WHICH FREE SPIRIT AND ENTERPRISE IS ENCOURAGED
  • 29. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN AN ENVISIONED WORLD A WORLD IN WHICH PROPERTY RIGHTS ARE RESPECTED
  • 30. HUMAN RIGHTS ENVISIONED WORLDPHILOSOPHY ANAN ENVISIONED WORLD A WORLD IN WHICH GOVERNMENTs are RUN EFFICIENTLY AND TRANSPARENTLY
  • 31. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN AN ENVISIONED WORLD A WORLD IN WHICH EVERY CHILD IS GIVEN THE ABILITY TO LEARN TO CREATE TO INNOVATE TO CONTRIBUTE
  • 32. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN AN ENVISIONED WORLD A WORLD IN WHICH EVERY CHILD IS ASSURED ACCESS TO THEIR BASIC NEEDS WATER FOOD MEDICINE SHELTER EDUCATION ELECTRICITY THE CLOUD
  • 33. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN AN ENVISIONED WORLD IMAGINE THE JOB CREATION AND THE HUMAN INNOVATION IF WE CAN GO FROM 3B To 9 BILLION PEOPLE WHOSE BASIC NEEDS ARE MET
  • 34. HUMAN RIGHTS THIS WORLDPHILOSOPHY IN AN ENVISIONED WORLD OH WAIT, WE ACTUALLY CAN CREATE THIS WORLD IN OUR LIFETIME? Well, then Let’s GET TO WORK
  • 35. HUMAN RIGHTS A LEADER AHEAD OF HIS TIME “HOW DO WE MAKE THE WORLD WORK FOR 100% of HUMANITY IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME THROUGH SPONTANEOUS COOPERATION WITHOUT ECOLOGICAL DAMAGE OR DISADVANTAGE TO ANYONE?” - R. Buckminster fuller "
  • 36. HUMAN RIGHTS UNLOCKING GLOBAL HUMAN POTENTIAL BASIC HUMAN NEED # WITHOUT % WITHOUT 1. CLEAN WATER 780M 11.6% 2. SUFFICIENT FOOD 925M 13.2% 3. BASIC SHELTER 1000M 14.2% 4. LITERACY 920M 13.1% 5. BASIC MEDICINE 1700M 24.2% 6. ELECTRICITY 1300M 18.5% 7. THE CLOUD 4900M 69.8%
  • 37. HUMAN RIGHTS ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER 11.6% WITHOUT ACCESS TO CLEAN WATER
  • 38. HUMAN RIGHTS PEOPLE WITHOUT the CLOUD 69.8% WITHOUT ACCESS SINCE 1970 TO THE CLOUD IMPROVED 17%
  • 39. HUMAN RIGHTS A UNIVERSAL DECLARATION? WHAT IF THERE WERE A DOCUMENT ESTABLISHING THE RIGHTS OF HUMANS THAT THE UNITED STATES AND 48 OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE ADOPTED THERE ACTUALLY IS.
  • 40. HUMAN RIGHTS The UNIVERSAL DECLARATIONPHILOSOPHY THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
  • 41. PHILOSOPHY THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION
  • 42. = ALL THAT I’ve = LEARNED 28 by RYAN ALLIS
  • 43. = All that Ive learned by 28 = ABOUT GLOBAL KPIs
  • 44. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING SOMETIMES WITH ALL THE NEGATIVE HEADLINES IT’s HARD TO KNOW THE ANSWER TO A VERY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
  • 45. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING HOW IS OUR SPECIES DOING?
  • 46. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING WHAT IF WE COULD AGREE On 5 METRICS THAT TOLD US HOW OUR SPECIES IS DOING?
  • 47. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING SO Let’s ESTABLISH 5 Human KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
  • 48. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING LIFE EXPECTANCY 1
  • 49. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING INFANT MORTALITY 2
  • 50. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING PER CAPITA INCOME 3
  • 51. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING % in POVERTY 4
  • 52. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING 5 Co2 PPM
  • 53. GLOBAL KPIS 1. LIFE EXPECTANCY SINCE 1970 IMPROVED 17%
  • 54. GLOBAL KPIS 2. INFANT MORTALITY SINCE 1970 DROPPED 59%
  • 55. GLOBAL KPIS 3. PER CAPITA INCOME SINCE 1970 IMPROVED 83% PPP Adjusted, & INFLATION ADJUSTED YEAR 2000 Constant Dollars
  • 56. GLOBAL KPIS 4. % OF HUMANS in extreme poverty70%"60%" SINCE 198150%" IMPROVED 62%40%"30%"20%"10%"0%"
  • 57. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING THE LASt 40 years HUMANS HAVE MADE TREMENDOUS PROGRESS
  • 58. GLOBAL KPIS HOW HUMANS ARE DOING EXCEPT FOR
  • 59. Gigatons" 0" 5" 10" 15" 20" 25" 30" 35" 40"1970"1971"1972"1973"1974"1975" GLOBAL KPIS1976"1977"1978"1979"1980"1981"1982"1983"1984"1985"1986"1987"1988"1989"1990"1991"1992"1993" 5. ANNUAL C02 output1994"1995"1996"1997"1998"1999"2000"2001"2002"2003"2004"2005" INCREASED2006" SINCE 19702007"2008" 97%2009"2010" “Oh Crap!”!2011"
  • 60. 0" 50" 100" 150" 200" 250" 300" 350" 400" 450"1970"1971"1972"1973"1974"1975" GLOBAL KPIS1976"1977"1978"1979"1980"1981"1982"1983"1984"1985"1986"1987"1988"1989"1990"1991"1992"1993"1994"1995"1996"1997" CARBON PARTS PER MILLION1998"1999"2000"2001"2002"2003"2004"2005"2006" INCREASED2007" SINCE 19702008"2009"2010" 21%2011" “Oh Crap!”!2012"
  • 61. 0.00" 0.10" 0.20" 0.30" 0.40" 0.50" 0.60" 0.70" 0.80" 0.90" 1.00"1970"1971"1972"1973"1974"1975" GLOBAL KPIS1976"1977" 19701978"1979"1980"1981"1982"1983"1984" 0.8°C SINCE1985"1986"1987"1988"1989"1990"1991"1992" TEMPERATURES Up1993"1994"1995"1996"1997"1998"1999"2000"2001" TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES ON LAND2002"2003"2004"2005"2006"2007"2008"2009" Up 1°C SINCE19052010" “Oh Crap!”!2011"
  • 62. GLOBAL KPIS OUR PARENTs’ REPORT CARD Let’s GIVE OUR PARENTS A REPORT CARD
  • 63. GLOBAL KPIS OUR PARENTs’ REPORT CARD Human KPI Delta Letter Grade 1. LIFE EXPECTANCY 17% Higher A 2. INFANT MORTALITY 59% LOWER A 3. PER CAPITA INCOME 83% HIGHER A 4. % in EXTREME POVERTY 62% LOWER B 5. CO2 emissions 97% HIGHER F
  • 64. = ALL THAT I’ve = LEARNED 28 by RYAN ALLIS
  • 65. = All that Ive learned by 28 = ABOUT WORLD 2050
  • 66. THE NEXT 40 YEARS Population Will Rise! Global GLOBAL POPULATION WILL RISE GLOBAL POPULATION 9 Billion by 2050" WILL RISE to 9.1 Billion
  • 67. THE NEXT 40 YEARS GLOBAL ENERGYWill Double! Global Energy Demand DEMAND GLOBAL ENERGY DEMAND WILL DOUBLE
  • 68. THE NEXT 40 YEARS Co2 output from Fossil FUELS Fossil Fuel Usage Will Peak, Then Decline! FOSSIL FUEL USAGE As We Turn to More Sustainable Sources! WILL PEAK THEN DECLINE
  • 69. THE NEXT 40 YEARS BROADBAND ACCESS Then Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage Will Peak, BROADBAND REACHES 85% OF HUMANITY As We Turn to More Sustainable Sources!
  • 70. THE NEXT 40 YEARS MOBILE LINES PER 100 PEOPLE Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage Will Peak, Then SMARTPHONES ARE EVERYWHERE CLOUD-ENABLED POCKET SUPERCOMPUTERS As We Turn to More Sustainable Sources!
  • 71. THE NEXT 40 YEARS GLOBAL LIFE EXPECTANCY Fossil Fuel Usage Will Peak, Then Decline! WE LIVE LONGER AS LIFE EXPECTANCY REACHES 77 As We Turn to More Sustainable Sources!
  • 72. THE NEXT 40 YEARS Usage MORTALITY Then Decline! Fossil Fuel INFANT Will Peak, FEWER BABIES DIE INFANT MORTALITY <10 per 1000
  • 73. THE NEXT 40 YEARS GDP PER CAPITAPeak, Then Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage Will WE BECOME WEALTHIER As We Turn to More Sustainable Sources! GDP PER CAPITA UP 125%
  • 74. THE NEXT 40 YEARS EXTREME Will Peak, Then Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage POVERTY POVERTY REDUCED % under $1.25 Per Day Down 69%
  • 75. THE NEXT 40 YEARS SECONDARY EDUCATION Then Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage Will Peak, COMPLETION WE ARE BETTER EDUCATED SECONDARY SCHOOLING up 91%
  • 76. THE NEXT 40 YEARS COLLEGE COMPLETION Then Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage Will Peak, % oF PEOPLE WITH COLLEGE DEGREES UP 208%
  • 77. THE NEXT 40 YEARS WOMEN INWill Peak, Then Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage COLLEGE WOMEN GO TO COLLEGE IN DROVES UP 265%
  • 78. THE NEXT 40 YEARS URBAN LIVING Peak, Then Decline! Fossil Fuel Usage Will PERCENTAGE IN CITIES UP 32%
  • 79. THE NEXT 40 YEARS MAJOR INNOVATIONS NANOTECHNOLOGY 3D Printing GENOME SEQUENCING SYNTHETIC LIFE PRIVATE SPACE TRAVEL DESALINATION
  • 80. THE NEXT 40 YEARS GOVERNMENTS WILL HAVE TO ADAPT INCREASED GOVERNMENT TRANSPARENCY OPEN GOV DATA APIS STRONGER PROPERTY RIGHTS EASIER TO START A BUSINESS BETTER co2 REGULATIONS REMAINING REGIMES OVERTHROWN
  • 81. THE NEXT 40 YEARS MAJOR GEOPOLITICAL CHANGES CHINA WORLD’S LARGEST GDP INDIA THE MOST POPULOUS NATION AFRICA 2B People + ECONOMIC POWER FOSSIL FUEL PRODUCERS LESS INFLUENCE INSECURITY UNTIL WE LOWER EMISSIONS
  • 82. THE NEXT 40 YEARS AFRICA BECOMES AN ECONOMIC POWER
  • 83. THE NEXT 40 YEARS GEN Y WILL BE LEADING GENERATION Y People born between 1980 and 2000 WILL BE LEADING THE NEXT 40 YEARS
  • 84. = ALL THAT I’ve = LEARNED 28 by RYAN ALLIS
  • 85. = All that Ive learned by 28 = ABOUT GEN Y
  • 86. GEN Y WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT GEN y? WE ARE 1 DEEPLY AWARE OF SOCIAL ISSUES
  • 87. GEN Y WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT GEN y? WE UNDERSTAND THE 2 IMPORTANCE OF A SUSTAINABLE WORLD
  • 88. GEN Y WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT GEN y?WE SEE BUSINESS 3& ENTREPRENEURSHIPAS TOOLS TO MAKE ASCALABLE POSITIVE CHANGEIN THE WORLD
  • 89. GEN Y WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT GEN y? WE ARE USED TO A 4 FASTER PACE OF CHANGE & ARE IMPATIENT with the Status quo INNOVATION HAS BEEN DEMOCRATIZED
  • 90. GEN Y WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT GEN y? WE ARE CONNECTED 5 GLOBALLY THROUGH TECHNOLOGY LIKE NEVER BEFORE
  • 91. GEN Y WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT GEN y? WE NOW HAVE THE 6 TOOLS TO HOLD CORRUPT LEADERS ACCOUNTABLE AND CREATE THE MOMENTUM TO OVERTHROW THEM
  • 92. GEN Y OUR GREATEST CHALLENGEOUR GREATEST opportunityIs creating a sustainable worldIN WHICH EVERY HUMAN HASACCESS TO FOOD, WATER, SHELTEREDUCATION, MEDICINE, ELECTRICITY & THE CLOUD
  • 93. GEN Y THE GOOD NEWSTHE GOOD NEWS ISWE GIVE A DAMNHAVE THE TECH TOOLSCAN INNOVATE LIKE HELLAND ARE HIGHLY COMPETENT
  • 94. = ALL THAT I’ve = LEARNED 28 by RYAN ALLIS
  • 95. = All that Ive learned by 28 = ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 96. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe AN INCREASE IN Co2 IN AN ATMOSPHERE TRAPS HEAT & MAKES THE TEMPERATURE GO UP
  • 97. 0! 5! 10! 15! 20! 25! 30! 35! 40!1900&1903&1906&1909&1912&1915&1918&1921& CLIMATE CHANGE1924&1927&1930&1933&1936&1939&1942&1945&1948&1951&1954&1957&1960&1963&1966& ANNUAL CO2 OUTPUT1969&1972&1975& to 37GT SINCE 19001978& ANNUAL CO2 OUTPUT1981&1984&1987&1990&1993&1996&1999& HAS INCREASED FROM 4GT2002&2005&2008&2011&
  • 98. 270! 290! 310! 330! 350! 370! 390!1900&1903&1906&1909&1912&1915&1918&1921& CLIMATE CHANGE1924&1927&1930&1933&1936&1939&1942&1945&1948&1951&1954& TEMPERATURe1957& HAVE INCREASED1960&1963&1966&1969&1972&1975&1978&1981& CO2 Parts per million1984&1987&1990&1993&1996&1999&2002&2005& FROM 293 to 395 SINCE 19002008&2011&
  • 99. -0.20" 0.00" 0.20" 0.40" 0.60" 0.80" 1.00" 1970" 1973" 1901" 1904" 1907" 1910" 1913" 1916" CLIMATE CHANGE 1919" 1922" 1925" 1928" 1931" 1934" 1937" 1940" 1943" 1946" 1949" 1952" TEMPERATURe SINCE THE EARLy 20 1955" 1958" 1961" 1964" 1967" 1970" 1973" 1976" EARTH’s AVERAGE SURFACE 1979" 1982" TEMPERATURE HAS RISEn 1°C 1985" th CENTRY 1988" 1991" 1994" 1997" 2000" 2003" 2006" 2009" 2012"
  • 100. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe 97% of American CLIMATE SCIENTISTS BELIEVE this recent INCREASE In GLOBAL TEMPERATUREs IS CAUSED BY INCREASED CO2 in the ATMOSPHERE
  • 101. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe THE IPCC INDICATES GLOBAL Surface TEMPERATURES wILL INCREASE ANOTHER 2.0° to 4.4° C (3.4° to 7.9° F) During the 21st CENTURY
  • 102. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe A 3°C (5.4°F) increase in Surface TEMPERATURES WOULD INCREASE SEA LEVELS by ~11 FT BANGLADESH UNDER WATER 35% of FL Under water 20% of NYC Under Water
  • 103. CLIMATE CHANGE WHAT WOULD 3 DEGREeS CELSIUS MEAN? “In the Pliocene, three million years AGO temperatures were 3 degrees higher than our pre-industrial levels, so it gives us an insight into the three-degree world. The northern hemisphere was free of glaciers and icesheets, beech trees grew in the Transantarctic mountains, sea levels were 25 metres higher” - Climate Code red"
  • 104. CLIMATE CHANGE WHAT WOULD 3 DEGREeS CELSIUS MEAN? TEMPERATURe “Between two and three degrees the Amazon rainforest, whose plants produce 10 per cent of the worlds photosynthesis and have no evolved resistance to fire, may turn to savannah, as drought and mega- fires first destroy the rainforest, turning trees back into carbon dioxide as they burn or rot and decompose” - Climate Code red" "
  • 105. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe3 DEGREeS CELSIUS MEAN? WHAT WOULD “As the Arctic continue to warm, melting permafrost in the boreal forests and further north in the Arctic tundra is now starting to melt, triggering the release of methane, a greenhouse gas twenty times more powerful than CO2, from thick layers of thawing peat.” - Climate Code red"
  • 106. CLIMATE CHANGE WHAT WOULD 3 DEGREeS CELSIUS MEAN? TEMPERATURe “There are thousands of gigatons of methane beneath the seas, comparable to the amount of carbon contained in the Earth’s coal deposits. And, as the Arctic waters warm, some of this methane is likely to bubble up into the atmosphere.” - Ezra Klein"
  • 107. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe THE CURRENT DEBATE DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THE GRAVITY OF THE SITUATION
  • 108. CLIMATE CHANGE WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT INCREASED TEMPERATURES ARE INEVITABLE AND ARE ON TRACK TO THREATEn OUR CIVILIZATION
  • 109. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe WE ARE At 395 CARBON PPM AS OF 2012
  • 110. CLIMATE CHANGE TEMPERATURe WHERE WE STABILIZE CARBON PPM WILL DRASTICALLY AFFECT OUR CHILDRENS’ FUTURES
  • 111. CLIMATE CHANGE WHERE WE STABILIZE MATTERS
  • 112. CLIMATE CHANGE CO2 in the atmosphere WE MUST DO ALL WE CAN AS A SOCIETY TO NEVER GO ABOVE 550 PPM
  • 113. CLIMATE CHANGE HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF C02 PPM
  • 114. CLIMATE CHANGE WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT THERE ARE STEPS WE CAN TAKE TO REDUCE C02 output MORE QUICKLY
  • 115. CLIMATE CHANGE how we can reduce c021) STOP FOSSIL FUEL SUBSIDIES2) PRICE IN THE COST OF C02 pollution cleanup3) INVEST IN RENEWABLE ENERGY RESEARCH4) SubSIDIZE RENEWABLE ENERGY USE5) INCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY
  • 116. CLIMATE CHANGE 1. STOP FOSSIL FUEL SUBSIDIES EVERY YEAR THE USA PROVIDES $11.5B in SUBSIDIES TO the OIL INDUSTRY THIS NEEDs TO STOP IMMEDIATELY
  • 117. CLIMATE CHANGE 2. PRICE IN COST OF c02 CLEANUP FOSSIL FUELS ARE CHEAP BECAUSE THE COST OF CLEANING UP CO2 POLLUTION IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE FIX THIS TO CORRECT THE INCENTIVES TO USE FOSSIL FUELS
  • 118. CLIMATE CHANGE 3. INVEST IN RENEWABLES RESEARCH WIND, SOLAR, BIOFUELS AND FUSION HAVE GREAT PROMISE WE NEED TO BE FUNDING MORE RESEARCH oN RENEWABLES
  • 119. CLIMATE CHANGE 3. INVEST IN RENEWABLES RESEARCH USA ANNUAL DEFENSE BUDGET $706 BILLION USA ANNUAL RENEWABLES R&D $1.4 Billion
  • 120. CLIMATE CHANGE 3. INVEST IN RENEWABLES RESEARCH U.S. ANNUAL DEFENSE BUDGET $706 BILLION U.S. ANNUAL FOSSIL FUEL SUBSIDIES $11.5 Billion USA ANNUAL RENEWABLES R&D $1.4 Billion
  • 121. CLIMATE CHANGE 4. SUBSIDIZE RENEWABLES USE iN ORDER TO INCREASE MARKET INVESTMENT IN RENEWABLES IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS WHILE THE R&D iS CONDUCTED WE SHOULD SUBSIDIZE THE COST OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • 122. CLIMATE CHANGE 5. INCREASE ENERGY EFFICIENCY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS SMART 2-way grids SMART APPLIANCES
  • 123. CLIMATE CHANGE CLEAN ENERGY CLEAN ENERGY FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES IS OUR BEST BET TO REDUCE THE COMING DAMAGE FROM CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 124. CLIMATE CHANGE THE COST OF SOLAR TODAY It would cost $50T TO PROVIDE FOR ALL THE WORLD’S ENERGY NEEDS FROM SOLAR POWER GLOBAL GDP is $70T
  • 125. CLIMATE CHANGE SOLAR GRID PARITY SOLAR POWER WILL BE LESS EXPENSIVe THAN GRID POWER BY 2017 THE TIPPING POINT
  • 126. CLIMATE CHANGE SOLAR GRID PARITY $0.30 >" $0.08 COST OF SOLAR COST OF GRID RETAIL COST PER KWH IN USA RETAIL COST PER KWH IN USA 2012
  • 127. CLIMATE CHANGE SOLAR GRID PARITY THIS IS A BIG DEAL $0.08 =" $0.08 COST OF SOLAR COST OF GRID RETAIL COST PER KWH IN USA RETAIL COST PER KWH IN USA 2017
  • 128. CLIMATE CHANGE SOLAR GRID PARITY It’s a race to GRID PARITY THIS IS OUR MOON LANDING
  • 129. CLIMATE CHANGE 2011 State of the union address Were issuing a challenge. Were telling Americas scientists and engineers that if they assemble teams of the best minds in their fields, and focus on the hardest problems in clean energy, well fund the Apollo projects of our time. At the California Institute of Technology, theyre developing a way to turn sunlight and water into fuel for our cars. At Oak Ridge National Laboratory, theyre using supercomputers to get a lot more power out of our nuclear facilities. With more research and incentives, we can break our dependence on oil” – President Obama January 26, 2011
  • 130. CLIMATE CHANGE SOLAR GRID PARITY The JOINT CENTER FOR ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS IS THE DOE’S SOLAR RESEARCH HUB
  • 131. CLIMATE CHANGE CLEAN ENERGY Humans ARE using 14 Terawatts of power ANNUALLY
  • 132. CLIMATE CHANGE CLEAN ENERGY Humans are EXPECTED TO need 40 Terawatts of power PER YEAR by 2050
  • 133. CLIMATE CHANGE SOURCES OF GLOBAL ENERGY PRODUCTION 0.7% 6.5% 6.5% Fossil Fuels Nuclear Hydro Solar/Wind/Bio 86.3%
  • 134. CLIMATE CHANGE THE FUTURE OF ENERGYINNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS WHAT IF THERE WERE MICROORGANISMS WHOSE FOOD SOURCE WAS CARBON DIOXIDE AND THEIR OUTPUT WAS FUEL?
  • 135. CLIMATE CHANGE THE PROMISE OF BIOFUELS ALGAE HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO BE THE WORLD’s FUTURE RENEWABLE FUEL SOURCE
  • 136. CLIMATE CHANGE THE PROMISE OF BIOFUELS BIOFUELS PRODUCED FROM SYNTHETIC ALGAE SHOW GREAT PROMISE FOR RENEWABLE FUEL PRODUCTION
  • 137. CLIMATE CHANGE SOURCES OF GLOBAL ENERGYFUTURE TECH WHAT IF? PROMISE OF BIOFUELS PRODUCTION THE ALGAE CONSUME CARBON DIOXIDE PRODUCE FUEL And REQUIRE 1/7th the LAND OF CORN-BASED ETHANOL
  • 138. CLIMATE CHANGE THEFUTURE TECH WHAT IF? POWER OF THE SUN THE SUN PROVIDES ENOUGH ENERGY IN A MINUTE TO POWER THE EARTH FOR A YEAR
  • 139. CLIMATE CHANGE INFUTURE TECH WHAT IF?SUMMARY IN SUMMARY WE MUST QUICKLY REDUCE OUR CARBON OUTPUT THIS DECADE OR FACE A TRUE HUMAN DISASTER
  • 140. CLIMATE CHANGE CLEAN ENERGY CLEAN ENERGY IS OUR MOON LANDING WE CAN LEAD THE WORLD "
  • 141. = ALL THAT I’ve = LEARNED 28 by RYAN ALLIS
  • 142. = All that Ive learned by 28 = ABOUT INNOVATION
  • 143. INNOVATION WHAT IS INNOVATIONInnovation (n.) THE PROCESS OF CREATING SOMETHING NEW THAT MAKES LIFE BETTER
  • 144. INNOVATION WHAT IS INNOVATION INNOVATION IS IMPOSSIBLE WITHOUT PASSION
  • 145. INNOVATION WHAT DO INNOVATORS DO? INNOVATORS SEE THE WORLD AS IT SHOULD BE
  • 146. INNOVATION WHAT DO INNOVATORS DO? INNOVATORS BECOME OBSESSED WITH MAKING THE WORLD BETTER
  • 147. INNOVATION WHAT DO INNOVATORS DO? INNOVATORS FOCUS INCESSANTLY ON BRINGING VALUE TO MARKET
  • 148. INNOVATION THE BEST INNOVATORS I KNOW Jack Andraka
  • 149. INNOVATION THE BEST INNOVATORS I KNOW Jeffrey Grossman
  • 150. INNOVATION THE BEST INNOVATORS I KNOW Robert Pera
  • 151. INNOVATION THE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION HErE ARE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION
  • 152. INNOVATION THE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION 1 DEFINE THE PROBLEM VERY CLEARLY
  • 153. INNOVATION THE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION 2 THROW OUT AS MANY CONSTRAINTS TO YOUR THINKING AS POSSIBLE
  • 154. INNOVATION THE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION 3 ENSURE THOSE WORKING TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM ARE DEEPLY PASSIONATE ABOUT SOLVING THE PROBLEM
  • 155. INNOVATION THE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION 4 BRAINSTORM IN SMALL GROUPS
  • 156. INNOVATION THE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION 5 BRAINSTORM WITH VERY SMART PEOPLE
  • 157. INNOVATION THE SIX KEYS TO INNOVATION 6 CREATE INCENTIVE COMPETITIONS THAT PROVIDE PRIZES for THE BEST INNOVATION
  • 158. INNOVATION MOST IMPORTANT INNOVATIONS IN HISTORY HErE ARE 36 of THE MOST IMPORTANT INNOVATIONS IN HUMAN HISTORY
  • 159. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS ~400,000 BC FIRE
  • 160. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 100000 BC LANGUAGE
  • 161. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 15000 BC FARMING
  • 162. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 10000 BCFOOD PRESERVATIOn
  • 163. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 4000 BC SHIP
  • 164. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 3350 BC WHEEL
  • 165. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 3000 BC MONEY
  • 166. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 2500 BC IRON
  • 167. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1800 BC ALPHABET
  • 168. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1780 BCLEGAL SYSTEm
  • 169. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 400 BC STEEL
  • 170. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 240 BC WATER POWER
  • 171. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 105 PAPER
  • 172. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1040 MOVABLE TYPE
  • 173. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1590 MICROSCOPE
  • 174. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1600 ELECTRICITY
  • 175. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1608 TELESCOPE
  • 176. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1690 STEAM POWER
  • 177. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1800 LIGHT BULB
  • 178. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1809 TELEGRAPH
  • 179. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1825 THE ELECTRIC MAGNET
  • 180. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1859 PETROLEUM
  • 181. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1860 TELEPHONE
  • 182. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1883 VACUUM TUBE
  • 183. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1896 SEMICONDUCTORS
  • 184. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1897 RADIO
  • 185. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1897 ELECTRON
  • 186. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1900 QUANTUM PHYSICS
  • 187. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1903 AIRPLANE
  • 188. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1926 TELEVISION
  • 189. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1947 TRANSISTOR
  • 190. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1953 DNA
  • 191. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1959 INTEGRATED CIRCUIT
  • 192. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1969 INTERNET
  • 193. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1971MICROPROCESSOR
  • 194. INNOVATION THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HUMAN INNOVATIONS 1991WORLD WIDE WEB
  • 195. INNOVATION IMPACTING BILLIONS OF LIVESFUTURE TECH THE BIG PROBLEMS HOW CAN YOU IMPACT THE LIVES OF OVER ONE BILLION PEOPLE?
  • 196. INNOVATION IMPACTING BILLIONS OF LIVESFUTURE TECH THE BIG PROBLEMS WELL YOU NEED TO BE WORKING ON A BIG PROBLEM
  • 197. INNOVATION THE BIG PROBLEMSFUTURE TECH WATER HEALTH ENERGY SPACE FOOD COMMUNICATION EDUCATION FINANCIAL ACCESS
  • 198. INNOVATION SMALL PROBLEMSFUTURE TECH THE BIG PROBLEMS TOO MANY PEOPLE ARE FOCUSED on TOO SMALL OF A PROBLEM"
  • 199. INNOVATION THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT SOME PEOPLE BELIEVE THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD PLAY NO ROLE IN INNOVATION
  • 200. INNOVATION THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT THE REALITY IS THAT MANY OF THE BIGGEST INNOVATIONS OF THE past 100 years have COME OUT OF GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS
  • 201. INNOVATION THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT EXAMPLES INCLUDE •  THE INTERNET •  GPS •  CT SCANS
  • 202. INNOVATION THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT AND ALMOST EVERY DRUG AND MEDICAL ADVANCE IN THE U.S. COMES OUT OF AN NIh FUNDED PROJECT
  • 203. INNOVATION WHAT IS INNOVATIONInnovation (n.) THE PROCESS OF CREATING SOMETHING NEW THAT MAKES LIFE BETTER
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