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PEOPLE, PLANET, PROFIT
A revolution in integrating local and global
for a resilient future
Peter Head CBE FREng FRSA
#tomo...
__ Growing global instability
Contents Section 1
Section 2 __ Global Action for transformational
change
Section 3 __ From ...
1. Growing global instability
Our Shrinking Earth
Population growing at 80m per year
YEAR
Hectares of Land Per Capita
USA 9.5 UK 5.8 China 2.3 India 1.3
China’s Ecological Footprint growing at 4% per year
=100 million hectares of new land per year
Decreasing Food Supply
Worldwatch Institute, Washington DC, US
Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
Measured at Mauna Loa, Hawaii
Industrial development is polluting and wasteful
Water-Food-Energy crisis by mid-century…beginning now
Mounting costs of health and social care for aging
populations
180,0...
2. Global action for
transformational change
SDSN Action Agenda Report
In 2013 China changed the legal
constitution for development
towards the “Ecological
Civilisation”
• To take a scientific ...
Agro-forestry in the Upper Loess Plateau China over 20,000 sq km
Hope-A film by John D Liu Trust Advisory Board
The Circular Economy
THE ELLEN MACARTHUR FOUNDATION
‘The evolution of our economy from an increasingly resource-
constrain...
Moving from Ownership to Services
‘Innovative business models, especially changing
from ownership to performance-based pay...
Materials and Waste –Systems Approach
Hillier, Graham. “Construction Products for a Sustainable Society”
Sustainability - ...
ENERGY WATER
FOOD RAW MATERIALS
By 2030 world needs 30% more water, 40% more energy & 50% more food
Resource Efficiency
1. A Regional Approach Is Fundamental
2. Gather regional data, develop regional knowledge, embed integrated
regional plann...
Licence Form
Region
Application name
Organisation
Partnership agreement
Technical support service
Earth(in solar system)
Simulator
Region Simulator
www.icesfoundation.orgwww.ecosequestrust.org
In the last twenty years, the world has
• Deployed a global, high-bandwidth network
• Created a population of over 1 billi...
Computer processing capacity
Crowd-sourced data Apps and sensors
The system of community life
Syn City City resources IIER Economics
EFI Forestry PROFILE Soil-agriculture
Climate model data
Earth observation and ground sensors
for land use data
Soil and
geology
PROFILE
Government data eg demographics, employment
Crowd-sourced agent Data – mobility 4G 5G 6G
Resource flows Sankey Diagrams
Integrated Sustainable
Infrastructure
transport
logistics and waste
management
sewerage, potable and
non-potable water
ene...
Investment of 1% GDP per year in public transport metro
Transformation of a city economy through
replacing traffic with walking, cycling -Seoul
3. From observatory to
collaboratory
Surat in Gujarat
City of Surat, Gujarat
Diamonds, models,
design and value
$
From Diamonds to
City Collaboratory
$
From Diamonds to
City Collaboratory
Value to business and
society of successful
improvement in energy-
water-food security...
Regional
collaborative
intelligence
45
Education
Collaborative planning and design for investment
Ecology Health
Air Water Soil
Quality
Human Health
well-being nutrition,
life-span, healthcare
costs
Labour- skill, job
av...
Community Leadership and Cultural Planning
ww.londonlsdc.org/londonleaders
At COP17
4. Innovation in law, finance
and insurance
The Open-Source, Agent-based Urban-Rural
Resource and Economics Systems Platform Model
Integrated urban systems design/planning and
procurement for sustainability and resilience
Now Where we could be with syst...
Output
Successful
improvement in
energy-water-food
security and quality of
lifess
“Project
portfolio”
Evidence-
based ‘tru...
OASIS
Global ICES ESA
Insurance
Catastrophic Risk
Modelling
TEST “Accelerator Scale-Up Fund”
Build open source platform
& set it up in demo regions
using seed funding
Demonstration r...
5. ‘City for Cities’ partnership
Target Trust Demonstrator Network
CHINA
NDRC
MOHURD
APEC
Eco Demo Regions
International Centre
Chongqing University
UK
Dem...
Regional
collaborative
intelligence
City of London Companies can
help to design the sector cockpits
and help make the platform easy
to use by different sector...
City businesses can lead and be first movers with the platform and join us
on the journey to help accelerate the transitio...
Thank you
Lecture – People, Planet, Profit – A Revolution In Integrating Global And Local For A Resilient Future - Peter Head
Lecture – People, Planet, Profit – A Revolution In Integrating Global And Local For A Resilient Future - Peter Head
Lecture – People, Planet, Profit – A Revolution In Integrating Global And Local For A Resilient Future - Peter Head
Lecture – People, Planet, Profit – A Revolution In Integrating Global And Local For A Resilient Future - Peter Head
Lecture – People, Planet, Profit – A Revolution In Integrating Global And Local For A Resilient Future - Peter Head
Lecture – People, Planet, Profit – A Revolution In Integrating Global And Local For A Resilient Future - Peter Head
Lecture – People, Planet, Profit – A Revolution In Integrating Global And Local For A Resilient Future - Peter Head
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  1. 1. PEOPLE, PLANET, PROFIT A revolution in integrating local and global for a resilient future Peter Head CBE FREng FRSA #tomorrowscity
  2. 2. __ Growing global instability Contents Section 1 Section 2 __ Global Action for transformational change Section 3 __ From observatory to collaboratory __ Innovation in law, finance and insurance Section 4 Section 5 __ ‘City for Cities’ partnership
  3. 3. 1. Growing global instability
  4. 4. Our Shrinking Earth Population growing at 80m per year YEAR Hectares of Land Per Capita USA 9.5 UK 5.8 China 2.3 India 1.3
  5. 5. China’s Ecological Footprint growing at 4% per year =100 million hectares of new land per year
  6. 6. Decreasing Food Supply Worldwatch Institute, Washington DC, US
  7. 7. Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Measured at Mauna Loa, Hawaii
  8. 8. Industrial development is polluting and wasteful
  9. 9. Water-Food-Energy crisis by mid-century…beginning now Mounting costs of health and social care for aging populations 180,000 people per day moving into cities Cities becoming more vulnerable to violent weather and other threats Aging infrastructure and declining attractiveness of cities in developed economies Congested transportation systems
  10. 10. 2. Global action for transformational change
  11. 11. SDSN Action Agenda Report
  12. 12. In 2013 China changed the legal constitution for development towards the “Ecological Civilisation” • To take a scientific approach to development • To make Ecological Progress China now has an environmental court and a circular economy law Global Action - China
  13. 13. Agro-forestry in the Upper Loess Plateau China over 20,000 sq km Hope-A film by John D Liu Trust Advisory Board
  14. 14. The Circular Economy THE ELLEN MACARTHUR FOUNDATION ‘The evolution of our economy from an increasingly resource- constrained ‘take-make-dispose’ model towards one that is circular and re- generative by intention poses a huge opportunity for business innovation. This report highlights the significant economic opportunities, both immediate and long-term, that are available across the EU. The report offers the catalyst for a sector wide re-design revolution’.
  15. 15. Moving from Ownership to Services ‘Innovative business models, especially changing from ownership to performance-based payment models, are instrumental in translating products designed for reuse into attractive value propositions ‘Enablers to improve cross-cycle and cross-sector performance include higher transparency, alignment of incentives, and the establishment of industry standards for better cross-chain and cross-sector collaboration; access to financing and risk management tools; regulation and infrastructure development; and—last but not least— education, both to increase general awareness and to create the skill base to drive circular innovation’.
  16. 16. Materials and Waste –Systems Approach Hillier, Graham. “Construction Products for a Sustainable Society” Sustainability - Steel and the Environment Conference. 2 November 2004
  17. 17. ENERGY WATER FOOD RAW MATERIALS By 2030 world needs 30% more water, 40% more energy & 50% more food Resource Efficiency
  18. 18. 1. A Regional Approach Is Fundamental 2. Gather regional data, develop regional knowledge, embed integrated regional planning, build regional capacity and shared confidence to act 3. Must unite economic, societal and environmental perspectives and shape interventions with a common/credible economic analyses Approach to Sustainable Regions Greenhouse gases Greenhouse gases Greenhouse gases Solid waste Degraded waters Manufactured goods INTERLAND Manufactured goods Fuels and Raw materials Water Food
  19. 19. Licence Form Region Application name Organisation Partnership agreement Technical support service
  20. 20. Earth(in solar system) Simulator Region Simulator www.icesfoundation.orgwww.ecosequestrust.org
  21. 21. In the last twenty years, the world has • Deployed a global, high-bandwidth network • Created a population of over 1 billion Internet users • And another population of some 6 billion mobile telephones • Embedded some billions of sensors in our environment and infrastructure • Invented globally-integrated business processes
  22. 22. Computer processing capacity
  23. 23. Crowd-sourced data Apps and sensors
  24. 24. The system of community life
  25. 25. Syn City City resources IIER Economics EFI Forestry PROFILE Soil-agriculture
  26. 26. Climate model data
  27. 27. Earth observation and ground sensors for land use data Soil and geology PROFILE
  28. 28. Government data eg demographics, employment Crowd-sourced agent Data – mobility 4G 5G 6G
  29. 29. Resource flows Sankey Diagrams
  30. 30. Integrated Sustainable Infrastructure transport logistics and waste management sewerage, potable and non-potable water energy agriculture, landscape and urban design
  31. 31. Investment of 1% GDP per year in public transport metro
  32. 32. Transformation of a city economy through replacing traffic with walking, cycling -Seoul
  33. 33. 3. From observatory to collaboratory
  34. 34. Surat in Gujarat
  35. 35. City of Surat, Gujarat Diamonds, models, design and value $
  36. 36. From Diamonds to City Collaboratory $
  37. 37. From Diamonds to City Collaboratory Value to business and society of successful improvement in energy- water-food security, clean air and quality of life $
  38. 38. Regional collaborative intelligence
  39. 39. 45 Education
  40. 40. Collaborative planning and design for investment
  41. 41. Ecology Health Air Water Soil Quality Human Health well-being nutrition, life-span, healthcare costs Labour- skill, job availability, salary, productivity Training & Education- skill and knowledge through learning and education Human agents and their well-being Economy Asset Value Goods High quality Inclusive resilient growth “Green, circular, Knowledge economy”
  42. 42. Community Leadership and Cultural Planning ww.londonlsdc.org/londonleaders At COP17
  43. 43. 4. Innovation in law, finance and insurance
  44. 44. The Open-Source, Agent-based Urban-Rural Resource and Economics Systems Platform Model
  45. 45. Integrated urban systems design/planning and procurement for sustainability and resilience Now Where we could be with systems thinking and performance based procurement • Sequential and silo-ed approach – conventional economic assessment dominates how we design (cities, policies, technology interventions etc) • Short term political and finance cycles dominate economic plane • Environment plane silo-ed (i.e. water-food-energy, urban and rural viewed separately) • Social benefit at the end of the line – abstract relationship to earlier planes . • INTEGRATED DESIGN • INTEGRATED PLANNING • ACCELERATED DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DESIGN DESIGN PLANNING DEVELOPMENT
  46. 46. Output Successful improvement in energy-water-food security and quality of lifess “Project portfolio” Evidence- based ‘trusted’ independent model Regional Funding for Projects- ‘Green Growth’ ‘Climate Adaptation’ ‘Social Impact Bonds’ Sources of capital-MNB’s Pension Funds Sovereign Wealth Funds Return Investment Assurance “High quality inclusive resilient growth”
  47. 47. OASIS Global ICES ESA Insurance Catastrophic Risk Modelling
  48. 48. TEST “Accelerator Scale-Up Fund” Build open source platform & set it up in demo regions using seed funding Demonstration region investments enable pay back of set-up costs plus interest & attract funds for more regions Platform development funders to get use of and value from platform • DFID • Climate KIC • ESA • China Government &regions • MNB’s $ $ Independent Fund Manager
  49. 49. 5. ‘City for Cities’ partnership
  50. 50. Target Trust Demonstrator Network CHINA NDRC MOHURD APEC Eco Demo Regions International Centre Chongqing University UK Demo region Dorset LEP IFS DFID Cities Alliance Country programme 5 Centres African Centre for Cities African Urban Research Initiative Mainland Europe Denmark, ICLEI GIZ Climate KIC-IFS Global UNEP UN Habitat UNDP UNSDSN UCCRN Americas Demo regions Rio de Janeiro USA city Mongolia Demo region UN ADB FCO
  51. 51. Regional collaborative intelligence
  52. 52. City of London Companies can help to design the sector cockpits and help make the platform easy to use by different sectors. They can become Partners and build commercial Apps for the Platform. A City for Cities App Store
  53. 53. City businesses can lead and be first movers with the platform and join us on the journey to help accelerate the transition. Recreate the opportunity the industrial revolution brought to the city through the “resilience revolution” by working with leading science, design and culture organisations, starting in demonstration regions. City for Cities
  54. 54. Thank you

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