The Greening and Re-Design of Business - Andrew Winston

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In this update to sustainable business trends and macroforces, Andrew Winston discusses topics including radical transparency via GoodGuide and business-to-business mandatory data provisioning on packaging and carbon emissions from companies including Wal-Mart, IBM, Proctor & Gamble; regulatory happenings; life cycle analyses; Calera cement that captures co2 like coral; and bottom of the pyramid product/service innovation like ultra cheap vehicles, mobile banking, and inexpensive electro cardiogram devices by General Electric.

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  • This is the Climate Action Partnership members…went to Congress to ask for a cap on carbon. Not liberal, ‘green’ companies, but very large ones representing $2.5 trillion in revenues.
  • Companies don’t want to deal with 50 different state regulations. Asking for federal action. This is the Climate Action Partnership members…went to Congress to ask for a cap on carbon Feb ‘10, BP, Conoco, Caterpillar dropped out…but AES, Alstom, Honeywell in)
  • Greening the supply chain. Wal-Mart pressure on suppliers. Asking for carbon footprint information, reduced packaging, reduced fossil fuel use. Wal-mart toy initiative in Feb-May 08, “The initiative also encourages suppliers to mark children's products with "traceability information," including the factory in which the goods were made”; “limits for lead and a broad array of other heavy metals and chemicals”
  • Greening the supply chain. Wal-Mart pressure on suppliers. Asking for carbon footprint information, reduced packaging, reduced fossil fuel use. Wal-mart toy initiative in Feb-May 08, “The initiative also encourages suppliers to mark children's products with "traceability information," including the factory in which the goods were made”; “limits for lead and a broad array of other heavy metals and chemicals”
  • Greening the supply chain. Wal-Mart pressure on suppliers. Asking for carbon footprint information, reduced packaging, reduced fossil fuel use. Wal-mart toy initiative in Feb-May 08, “The initiative also encourages suppliers to mark children's products with "traceability information," including the factory in which the goods were made”; “limits for lead and a broad array of other heavy metals and chemicals”
  • Rippling up the supply chain. Supply Chain Leadership Coalition. Some of world’s biggest consumer product companies now asking their suppliers for carbon footprint information.
  • Rippling up the supply chain. Supply Chain Leadership Coalition. Some of world’s biggest consumer product companies now asking their suppliers for carbon footprint information.
  • I.B.M. announced Wednesday what could be the most ambitious set of supply chain related sustainability goals to date, requiring almost 30,000 suppliers in over 90 countries to initiate data management systems in three areas: energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and waste and recycling.
  • Calera cement. Mirrors process of coral formation. Sequesters CO2. enough cement in CA building to sequester the CO2 from the power plant powering SF
  • Calera cement. Mirrors process of coral formation. Sequesters CO2. enough cement in CA building to sequester the CO2 from the power plant powering SF
  • Calera cement. Mirrors process of coral formation. Sequesters CO2. enough cement in CA building to sequester the CO2 from the power plant powering SF
  • Bank in a smartphone: “To bring banking services to villages, Anurag Gupta, a telecommunications entrepreneur, distilled a bank branch down to a smartphone and a fingerprint scanner. A bank representative goes directly to a village and can set up shop anywhere there is shade. Savers line up and give an identification number, scan their fingers and then deposit or withdraw small amounts of rupees. The transactions are recorded through the phone and the representative later visits a standard branch to pick up or drop off rupees as needed.” GE MAC 400 -- $1000 ECG” GE tapped the same pool of inexpensive expertise to target Indian hospitals and clinics that cannot afford its equipment designed for the U.S. GE Healthcare has used Indian software engineers to develop an electrocardiograph that costs $1,000, one-tenth the standard models used in the past. GE hopes to sell the technology in the U.S. eventually and elsewhere”
  • Bank in a smartphone: “To bring banking services to villages, Anurag Gupta, a telecommunications entrepreneur, distilled a bank branch down to a smartphone and a fingerprint scanner. A bank representative goes directly to a village and can set up shop anywhere there is shade. Savers line up and give an identification number, scan their fingers and then deposit or withdraw small amounts of rupees. The transactions are recorded through the phone and the representative later visits a standard branch to pick up or drop off rupees as needed.” GE MAC 400 -- $1000 ECG” GE tapped the same pool of inexpensive expertise to target Indian hospitals and clinics that cannot afford its equipment designed for the U.S. GE Healthcare has used Indian software engineers to develop an electrocardiograph that costs $1,000, one-tenth the standard models used in the past. GE hopes to sell the technology in the U.S. eventually and elsewhere”
  • Bank in a smartphone: “To bring banking services to villages, Anurag Gupta, a telecommunications entrepreneur, distilled a bank branch down to a smartphone and a fingerprint scanner. A bank representative goes directly to a village and can set up shop anywhere there is shade. Savers line up and give an identification number, scan their fingers and then deposit or withdraw small amounts of rupees. The transactions are recorded through the phone and the representative later visits a standard branch to pick up or drop off rupees as needed.” GE MAC 400 -- $1000 ECG” GE tapped the same pool of inexpensive expertise to target Indian hospitals and clinics that cannot afford its equipment designed for the U.S. GE Healthcare has used Indian software engineers to develop an electrocardiograph that costs $1,000, one-tenth the standard models used in the past. GE hopes to sell the technology in the U.S. eventually and elsewhere”
  • The Greening and Re-Design of Business - Andrew Winston

    1. 1. The Greening and Re-Design of Business Andrew Winston Winston Eco-Strategies
    2. 2. ALL SLIDES Andrew Winston, 2006
    3. 3. ALL SLIDES Andrew Winston, 2006
    4. 4. ALL SLIDES Andrew Winston, 2006
    5. 5. ALL SLIDES Andrew Winston, 2006
    6. 6. “ We must put a price on carbon and a cap on emissions.” John Doerr and Jeff Immelt $2 trillion by 2020
    7. 7. $3.2 Trillion in Revenues
    8. 10. 10,000+
    9. 11. 10,000+ “ S.E.C. Adds Climate Risk to Disclosure List” January 27, 2010
    10. 13. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Wal-Mart Announces Goal to Eliminate 20 Million Metric Tons of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Global Supply Chain February 25, 2010
    11. 14. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Wal-mart Announces Goal to Eliminate 20 Million Metric Tons of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Global Supply Chain February 25, 2010
    12. 16. “ 56% expect to deselect suppliers for failing to meet carbon management criteria” CDP Report, Feb. 2010
    13. 17. The Scorecard Tab Below is an example of how a supplier should complete a SRO/Buyer customized scorecard for supplier business award decisions : Enter Scope P data for material XYZ only in the unit requested (i.e. intensity values). Use scientific notation to report data in small fractions. The same data calculation methodology/scope/ unit should be used year to year for each measure if year-on-year improvement data is requested. Explain data in Comments cells, if applicable. Use Scope C for Environmental Mgt. Systems. Provide a brief description of top P&G sustainability initiatives supported and/or top ideas brought to and adopted by P&G in the most recent calendar year. (Scorecard items customized by SRO/Buyer are shown in blue font on the scorecard.)
    14. 18. “ I.B.M. Suppliers Must Track Environmental Data” NY Times, April 14, 2009 30,000 suppliers Energy GHG Waste
    15. 19. Fertilizer (35%) Distribution (22%) Manufacturing (24%) Packaging (15%) Use (3%)
    16. 21. 1 Ton cement = 0.8 Ton CO 2 (0.5) Ton CO 2
    17. 22. 1 Ton cement = 0.8 Ton CO 2 (0.5) Ton CO 2 Could our products improve the environment?
    18. 23. $2000 Car
    19. 24. $200 Bank Branch $2000 Car
    20. 25. $200 Bank Branch $1000 ECG $2000 Car

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