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Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
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Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood
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Renewable Energy - Nadia Sood

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TBLI CONFERENCE™ EUROPE 2011- London - United Kingdom …

TBLI CONFERENCE™ EUROPE 2011- London - United Kingdom

TBLI CONFERENCE™ is the prime annual global networking and learning event on Environment, Social, Governance (ESG) and Impact Investing.

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  • One quarter of the world’s population lacks access to electricity.
  • Humanity currently uses 1.5 planets to support its lifestyles-more and more intensive use of fossil fuels. The principle of the earth is being eroded. Most of the developed countries have an ecological deficit---China, Swizerland, Suth Africa, Poland, Uk, Greece, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, USA, Qatar Source Global Footprint Network/Bank Sarasin  
  • According to the World Health Organization, hunger is the single gravest threat to the world's public health.[2] The WHO also states that malnutrition is by far the biggest contributor to child mortality, present in half of all cases.[2] Six million children die of hunger every year.[3]Figures on actual starvation are difficult to come by, but according to the FAO, the less severe condition of undernourishment currently affects about 925 million people, or about 14 % of the world population.[4]
  • This 1 billion is approximately 26 percent of the world's adult population.Women make up two-thirds of all non-literates.98 percent of all non-literates live in developing countries.In the least developed countries, the overall illiteracy rate is 49 percent.52 percent of all non-literates live in India and China.Africa as a continent has a literacy rate of less than 60 percent.In Sub-Saharan Africa since 1980, primary school enrollment has declined, going from 58 percent to 50 percent.In all developing countries, the percentage of children aged 6-11 not attending school is 15 percent. In the least developed countries, it is 45 percent.(UNESCO 1998)
  • More than 80 Million boys and girls do not go to school. mproving girls' educational levels has been demonstrated to have clear impacts on the health and economic future of young women, which in turn improves the prospects of their entire community.[5]In the poorest countries of the world, 50% of girls do not attend secondary school. Yet, research shows that every extra year of school for girls increases their lifetime income by 15%. Improving female education, and thus women's earning potential, improves the standard of living for their own children, as women invest more of their income in their families than men do.
  • 212 million unemployed last year – or 6.6 per cent of the global workforce – 6.6% of the world’s population. 1.5 Billion people in vulnerable or insecure emplooyment. Half the global working populations ILO
  • In India 75% of the 1.3 billion population does not have acess to western medicine
  • Fukushima Nuclear Plant Japan Tsunami
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    • 1. IIPImpact Investment Partners, LLP (“IIP”)invests growth equity in emerging marketscompanies that deliver high-qualityaffordable critical goods and services andwhose businesses deliver significant socialimpact at scale.IIP is based in London andMumbai and is classified as a EmergingMarkets Pioneer Fund by the the GlobalImpact Investing Ratings System (GIIRS). | 2
    • 2. Need for Energy | 3
    • 3. Need for Energy | 4
    • 4. Agriculture | 5
    • 5. Education | 6
    • 6. Girls | 7
    • 7. Business | 8
    • 8. Healthcare | 9
    • 9. The Options: Nuclear | 10
    • 10. The Options: Hydropower | 11
    • 11. Wind | 12
    • 12. Nuclear | 13
    • 13. Health Consequences | 14
    • 14. Environmental Consequences | 15
    • 15. Environment | 16
    • 16. Itaipu Dam: Environment | 17
    • 17. Three Gorges Dam: Livelihoods | 18
    • 18. Wildlife | 19
    • 19. Agriculture | 20
    • 20. Corruption | 21
    • 21. Solutions• Regulation• Hybrid Value Chains• Public Private Partnerships• ESG integrated into the value chain• Impact Investing• Innovative approaches to financing | 22

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