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21ST CENTURYCONSTRUCTIVE GROWTH        21     R EB UIL D 2 1. O R G
We are now 7 bill.people on the planet.                        21
By 2035 around 70% of the worlds population    will live in cities.                                                       ...
The price ofenergy and food  is climbing.                  21
850 mill. people do nothave access to clean water                             21
We are the most…    in-dept...                   21
...medicated...                  21
...and obese generation ever.   http://www.foodhealthnews.com/news/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/American-woman-obese.jpg    ...
We are not close to arealistic solution to tackle      climate change.
And we are facing yetanother collapse of the   world economy.        http://www.seiu.org/
http://www.seiu.org/
More desperate than everthe world needs a gameplan  for sustainable growth!                         21
Denmark once was a pioneer    in green energy.                         21
But green growth is not just  about idealism – its bigbusiness and a global race!                           21
http://www.environmental-finance.com/news/view/2219                                                      21
Google, Intel Capital andVirgin Group are some ofthe global companies who  are investing heavily in         cleantech.    ...
Constructive growth - Danish potentialsOpen LeaderLab / Rebuild21 meeting 09.00-11.30 January 19th, 2012                  ...
What are the most obvious global challenges where Danish   companies have a chance ofdelivering ‘constructive’ growth?    ...
Group 1Group brainstorms                    1. Water                    technology                    a) How can we better...
Group 2Group brainstorms                    2. Sustainable                    and livable cities                    of the...
Group 3Group brainstorms                    3. Recycling                    a) What is the potential in                   ...
Group 4Group brainstorms                    4. Green building                    materials                    a) How do we...
Group 5Group brainstorms                    5. Green home                    products                    a) What are the p...
Group 6Group brainstorms                    6. Solar & Wave                    energy                    a) What are the D...
Group 7Group brainstorms                    7. Bio energy                    efficiency                    a) How can we u...
Group 8Group brainstorms                    8. Green investors                    a) How do we make it easy for           ...
Group 9Group brainstorms                    9. Public green                    a) How can public institutions             ...
Group 10-12Group brainstorms                        10-> Open topic                    ?   1. Form your own group on a    ...
Group 10Group brainstorms                    10. Mindshift                    a) How can we develop the                   ...
Group 11Group brainstorms                    11. Business &                    Biodiversity                    a) How can ...
Group 12Group brainstorms                        12. Open topic                    ?   1. Form your own group on a        ...
Constructive growth - Danish potentialsOpen LeaderLab / Rebuild21 meeting 09.00-11.30 January 19th, 2012                  ...
Konstruktiv vækst- gennem grøn omstilling
SIDE 2
Constructive growth - Danish potentialsOpen LeaderLab / Rebuild21 meeting 09.00-11.30 January 19th, 2012                  ...
T H E G R E AT   RE BUILD             21N E W D A T E S : M AY 3 0 - 3 1 2 0 1 2
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  1. 1. 21ST CENTURYCONSTRUCTIVE GROWTH 21 R EB UIL D 2 1. O R G
  2. 2. We are now 7 bill.people on the planet. 21
  3. 3. By 2035 around 70% of the worlds population will live in cities. 21 http://knowledge.allianz.com/nopi_downloads/images/1_Tokyo_quer_miki.jpg
  4. 4. The price ofenergy and food is climbing. 21
  5. 5. 850 mill. people do nothave access to clean water 21
  6. 6. We are the most… in-dept... 21
  7. 7. ...medicated... 21
  8. 8. ...and obese generation ever. http://www.foodhealthnews.com/news/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/American-woman-obese.jpg 21
  9. 9. We are not close to arealistic solution to tackle climate change.
  10. 10. And we are facing yetanother collapse of the world economy. http://www.seiu.org/
  11. 11. http://www.seiu.org/
  12. 12. More desperate than everthe world needs a gameplan for sustainable growth! 21
  13. 13. Denmark once was a pioneer in green energy. 21
  14. 14. But green growth is not just about idealism – its bigbusiness and a global race! 21
  15. 15. http://www.environmental-finance.com/news/view/2219 21
  16. 16. Google, Intel Capital andVirgin Group are some ofthe global companies who are investing heavily in cleantech. 21
  17. 17. Constructive growth - Danish potentialsOpen LeaderLab / Rebuild21 meeting 09.00-11.30 January 19th, 2012 Agenda: 09.00-09.20 Introduction to challenges 9.20-10.15 Group brainstorm Ida Auken, Minister for the Environment (DK) 10.15-10.30 Break 10.30-10.45 Ida Auken 10.45-11.30 Panel discussion Fei Chen, Platform Innovation Director, Nickie Spile Vice President R&D, Grundfos Novozymes Marius Sylvestersen Brand Strategy Jens-Christian Stougaard, Director Director, State of Green Communication & CSR, PensionDanmark
  18. 18. What are the most obvious global challenges where Danish companies have a chance ofdelivering ‘constructive’ growth? 21
  19. 19. Group 1Group brainstorms 1. Water technology a) How can we better export and profit on the Danish expertise in water technology and delivery? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  20. 20. Group 2Group brainstorms 2. Sustainable and livable cities of the future a) How can Danish city- planners, developers and architects work together to deliver sustainable and livable cities to emerging economies? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  21. 21. Group 3Group brainstorms 3. Recycling a) What is the potential in exporting recycling solutions and services that help developing countries recycle? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  22. 22. Group 4Group brainstorms 4. Green building materials a) How do we develop and deliver green building materials to emerging economies? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  23. 23. Group 5Group brainstorms 5. Green home products a) What are the potentials in developing and exporting green home products for the world market? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  24. 24. Group 6Group brainstorms 6. Solar & Wave energy a) What are the Danish potentials in solar and wave- energy? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  25. 25. Group 7Group brainstorms 7. Bio energy efficiency a) How can we use a Danish lead in biotechnology to export products that reduce energy consumption? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  26. 26. Group 8Group brainstorms 8. Green investors a) How do we make it easy for pension investors to make ‘constructive’ / green investments? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  27. 27. Group 9Group brainstorms 9. Public green a) How can public institutions in Denmark through their procurement support a more sustainable world and help stimulate green entrepreneurs? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  28. 28. Group 10-12Group brainstorms 10-> Open topic ? 1. Form your own group on a topic of choice 2. Agree on proces and output for panels discussion a) Pontentials? b) Partners? c) How do we make it happen? 21
  29. 29. Group 10Group brainstorms 10. Mindshift a) How can we develop the appropriate mindset in both organisations, public institutions and individually in order to be able to make profound changes in the way we act, lead and live? b) Who are the key partners? c) What will it take to make it happen? 21
  30. 30. Group 11Group brainstorms 11. Business & Biodiversity a) How can we achieve constructive growth by integrating business and biodiversity? b) Who are the key players? c) How do we make it happen? 21
  31. 31. Group 12Group brainstorms 12. Open topic ? 1. Form your own group on a topic of choice 2. Agree on proces and output for panels discussion a) Pontentials? b) Partners? c) How do we make it happen? 21
  32. 32. Constructive growth - Danish potentialsOpen LeaderLab / Rebuild21 meeting 09.00-11.30 January 19th, 2012 Agenda: 09.00-09.20 Introduction to challenges 9.20-10.15 Group brainstorm Ida Auken, Minister for the Environment (DK) 10.15-10.30 Break 10.30-10.45 Ida Auken 10.45-11.30 Panel discussion -> LeaderLab only 11.30-13.00 Lunch & group meetings
  33. 33. Konstruktiv vækst- gennem grøn omstilling
  34. 34. SIDE 2
  35. 35. Constructive growth - Danish potentialsOpen LeaderLab / Rebuild21 meeting 09.00-11.30 January 19th, 2012 Agenda: 09.00-09.20 Introduction to challenges 9.20-10.15 Group brainstorm Ida Auken, Minister for the Environment (DK) 10.15-10.30 Break 10.30-10.45 Ida Auken 10.45-11.30 Panel discussion Fei Chen, Platform Innovation Director, Nickie Spile Vice President R&D, Grundfos Novozymes -> LeaderLab only 11.30-13.00 Lunch & group meetings Marius Sylvestersen Brand Strategy Jens-Christian Stougaard, Director Director, State of Green Communication & CSR, PensionDanmark
  36. 36. T H E G R E AT RE BUILD 21N E W D A T E S : M AY 3 0 - 3 1 2 0 1 2
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