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Queen of Green Global Supply Chains

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Speech by Gill Wallace Hope Queen of Green Sclg 18th May 2011

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Queen of Green Global Supply Chains

  1. 1. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply  Chain  Management Presented by: G Wallace Hope,  Founding Director – Queen of Green FZE18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  2. 2. Green & Sustainable Global Supply Chain Management How governments, manufacturers, logistics  and transportation sectors can collaborate on: • Growing new markets  • reduce pollution • improving operating efficiencies • Reduce waste • by adopting an International Public, Private  Partnership model to create green supply  chains.18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  3. 3. Green & Sustainable Global Supply Chain Management Industrial Age Knowledge Economy • Closed • Open • Slow • Fast • Fragmented • Connected • Local, national, international • Glocal • Me, Me, Me • Me, Them, Us • Pollution  ‐not my problem • Pollution ‐ my responsibility • Environment –so what? • Environment – what do I  leave for my children and  grand children?18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  4. 4. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management Pollution and Environment •Pollution comes from the cars we drive to the  cleaning chemicals we use and the carpet and paint on  our walls. With each decision to purchase a new  product, drive your car, or use chemicals for pest  control you are contributing to pollution. •The World Health Organization states that 2.4 million  people die each year from causes directly related to  air pollution. The illnesses include  aggravated asthma, bronchitis, •emphysema, lung and heart diseases, and respiratory  allergies. •The worst air pollutant emissions are caused by the  combustion of petroleum products—diesel oil, heating  oil, and heavy fuel oil. Although air pollution comes  from large industrial plants, a larger source of  pollution comes from transportation. •Over the past two decades The Great Pacific Garbage  Patch (aka Plastic Soup) has been accumulating in the  North Pacific and is now larger than the state  of Texas ! This large floating island of plastic and non‐ biodegradable trash is from non‐recycled excessive  human consumption.  •According to the Environmental Protection Agency  (EPA) the U.S. has 3,091 active landfills and over  10,000 inactive municipal landfills. Although proper  measurements in most cases have been made (liner  and leach ate collection system), they still leach  harmful and potentially fatal toxins into the soil,  water, and air.18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  5. 5. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management New Policy for G20 •Unites fragmented  policies and supply chain •Innovates •Plans ‘top down’ •Implements ‘bottom up’ •Converges: •Foreign Policy •Economic Stimulus •Poverty Alleviation •Mass Collaboration18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  6. 6. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management Queen of Green FZE •SAIF Sharjah Airport  International Freezone •Glocal Hub to distribute to 70+  countries •Recycled Containers •Private Sector Uploading •Public Sector Shipping •Private Sector Offloading •Private Sector Trains •Public Sector Cargo Planes •Private Sector Empty Passages  for Humanitarian Transportation •Army and Police for safe local  Deliveries •Community Groups for  unloading and Assembly18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  7. 7. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management Queen of Green - AFRICA 2,166 green communities 13 million orphans 6 million widows and caregivers Contracts for private sector Manufacturers Transportation Green Technologies Growing Program Micro‐enterprises Community and Faith Groups Veterans Labourers Widows and caregivers Orphans18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  8. 8. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management Green Micro- Enterprises •200,000 unemployed women in  Saudi Arabia •78% are college‐educated •2,400,000 hours of wasted talent  per annum •Green micro‐enterprises •On‐line registration •Mobile phone & ATM card •Business–in ‐a Box includes  knowledge, process, technology and  materials to start a micro‐enterprise  from home •A group of women can join  together as a cooperative •Themes that provide local products  and services that women want and  can market •Builds new markets for distribution18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  9. 9. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management Queen of Green - INDIA 1,333 Green Communities 8 million orphans 2 million widows and caregivers Contracts for private sector Manufacturers Transportation Green Technologies Growing Program Micro‐enterprises Community and Faith Groups Veterans Labourers Widows and caregivers Orphans18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  10. 10. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management Knowledge, Process and Technology Transfer •Empowers the 1 billion people  who live on $1 a day or less to  join the global economy. •Creates new markets for  products, services, distribution  and transportation •Creates new micro‐enterprises   with self employment for youth  and women •Emerges the green economy •Expands the market for 2 billion  new consumers who want to  improve their ‘quality of life’. •Opens up national markets for  global products and services.18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  11. 11. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management Private Sector •Stuck in For Profit/Non Profit  business models •Private sector must blow up the  ‘internal walls’ •Private sector must shift to 3rd way •Willingness to co‐operate and  collaborate •For Profit for Social Good •Applies the best practice of private  sector •Leverages  financial instruments to  release 3rd party private sector  financing to fund contracts •Focuses on serving the social needs •Sees opportunity and profit in  ‘doing good’ •Finds unused capacity and sells it  to Social Development sector18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  12. 12. Green & Sustainable  Global Supply Chain Management $21 trillion of funds seeking large scale projects •Attracting funding that seeks a  profit and wants to meet its  Corporate Social Responsibility  goals. •Forex Reserves $8.58 tr • Hedge Funds $1.91 tr •US Foundations $2.12 tr •Corporate Foundations $3+ tr •Sovereign Wealth Funds $ 4.4 tr •Faith‐based Funds $ 1+ tr18 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011
  13. 13. Green & Sustainable Global Supply Chain Management Queen of Green FZE Global Supply Chain • PO Box 122405 • SAIF, Sharjah, UAE • Email: hope@hope.gs • Phone: +971 552 396 81818 May 2011 4th Global Logistics & SCM Strategy Summit 2011

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