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100%Open's Union Speaker's do an incredible job of providing excellent content on topics of interest. Our theme: Innovating for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was a great way for our Unionistas to share their thoughts on this on-going discussion.

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  1. 1. 19th June 2019 Innovating for Sustainable Development Goals.
  2. 2. @100PercentOpen@100open #UnionLDN WIFI: WeWorkGuest
  3. 3. Welcome Unionistas! SUMMER U N I O N 2 0 1 9 Innovating for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  4. 4. CORPORATE SMALL AGENCIES & START-UPS NOT FOR PROFIT / GOVERNMENT
  5. 5. Union by 100%Open WeWork Aldwych House 71-91 Aldwych London, WC2B 4HN 100open.com @100open +44(0) 2038 895 560
  6. 6. Union by 100%Open WeWork Aldwych House 71-91 Aldwych London, WC2B 4HN 100open.com @100open +44(0) 2038 895 560
  7. 7. Union by 100%Open WeWork Aldwych House 71-91 Aldwych London, WC2B 4HN 100open.com @100open +44(0) 2038 895 560
  8. 8. ● The sharp edge of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, set out in 2015 ● About ending poverty, improving health and education, reducing inequality, and spurring economic growth ● All while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests Fab facts UN SDGs
  9. 9. 1. The rate of extreme poverty has fallen rapidly: in 2013 it was a third of the 1990 value 2. The proportion of undernourished people worldwide increased from 10.6% in 2015 to 11.0% in 2016. 3. Many more people today are living healthier lives than in the past decade. 4. More than half of children and adolescents worldwide are not meeting minimum proficiency standards in reading and mathematics. 5. While some forms of discrimination against women and girls are diminishing, gender inequality continues to hold women back and deprives them of basic rights and opportunities 6. Too many people (30%) still lack access to safely managed water supplies and sanitation facilities. 7. Ensuring access to affordable, reliable and modern energy for all has come one step closer due to recent progress in electrification 8. Globally, labour productivity has increased and the unemployment rate has decreased. 9. Infrastructure - steady progress has been made in the manufacturing industry. How are we doing? UN SDGs
  10. 10. 10. Efforts have been made in some countries to reduce income inequality between countries 11. Many cities around the world are facing acute challenges in managing rapid urbanization 12. Decoupling economic growth from resource use is one of the most critical and complex challenges facing humanity today. 13. The year 2017 was one of the three warmest on record and was 1.1 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial period. 14. Advancing the sustainable use and conservation of the oceans continues to require effective strategies. 15. Protection of forest and terrestrial ecosystems is on the rise, and forest loss has slowed. 16. Many regions of the world continue to suffer untold horrors as a result of armed conflict or other forms of violence. 17. More needs to be done to accelerate progress in global partnerships between national governments, the international community, civil society, the private sector and other actors. How are we doing? UN SDGs
  11. 11. Pope Benedict XVI Not a small job ‘The unprecedented possibility of large-scale redistribution of wealth on a world-wide scale’.
  12. 12. Union by 100%Open WeWork Aldwych House 71-91 Aldwych London, WC2B 4HN 100open.com @100open +44(0) 2038 895 560 Peter Hutchison Programme Lead - 100%Open
  13. 13. What is sustainability?
  14. 14. Union by 100%Open WeWork Aldwych House 71-91 Aldwych London, WC2B 4HN 100open.com @100open +44(0) 2038 895 560
  15. 15. 1-2-4
  16. 16. Thanks
  17. 17. Peter Russell 100%Open Associate
  18. 18. GETTING RESEARCHERS ON BOARD www.theGlobalAcademy.ac wendy.stone@theGlobalAcademy.ac @1GlobalAcademy 10 YEARS TO SAVE THE WORLD It’s just a game, isn’t it? Come and find out how we’re going to reach the 2030 GLOBAL GOALS A role playing game event brought to you by The Global Academy and Imacocollabo 10 YEARS TO SAVE THE WORLD Rytork Innovation – Peter Russell The Global Academy – Wendy Stone
  19. 19. CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES What is the problem? • A lot of research appears to take place in splendid isolation, and with not enough focus on outcomes and IMPACT. Who has this problem? • Governments and funders, HEIs, RTOs and corporate research centres….as everyone – as beneficiaries of the research! Why solve it? • Linking research to the SDGs can improve impact, reduce duplication (waste) and foster new collaborations. But.. • Researchers need help understanding how their work relates to the SDGs and finding people to collaborate with.
  20. 20. THE SOLUTION (OR PERHAPS JUST PART OF IT..) The SDGs Game • A multiplayer, in-person, card-based game that simulates taking the “real world” into the year 2030. • Designed in Japan in 2016, this experience has become a powerful and impactful social phenomenon in Japan, earning extensive media coverage and reaching over 12,000 participants in 2017.
  21. 21. Typically between 18 and 48 people. Lasts around 3 hours. Challenges beliefs and perceptions. Participants collaborate to create a new world. (Not always played with hands in the air.....)
  22. 22. GETTING RESEARCHERS ON BOARD www.theGlobalAcademy.ac wendy.stone@theGlobalAcademy.ac @1GlobalAcademy 10 YEARS TO SAVE THE WORLD Come and find out how we’re going to reach the 2030 GLOBAL GOALS A role playing game event brought to you by The Global Academy and Imacocollabo 10 YEARS TO SAVE THE WORLD Help us find people, groups and teams who would like to play the game and be involved in designing this new service. peter@rytork.co.uk wendy.stone@theglobalacademy.ac
  23. 23. Pamela Jouven Virgin Unite
  24. 24. VIRGIN UNITE 25 CONVENING & COLLABORATING NIMBLE & ENTREPRENEURIAL INFLUENTIAL VOICE RICHARD & BRAND “We started Virgin Unite to bring people together to never accept the unacceptable, to turn challenges into opportunities and to always push boundaries to make business and the world better.”
  25. 25. Ocean Protection Access to Clean Energy Climate Change Empowering Entrepreneurs Making Business PPP Sustainable and Affordable Food Human Dignity Criminal Justice Drug Reform Rethinking Education VIRGIN UNITE
  26. 26. 27 Develop the next solution to achieve systems change Incubate successful collaborations Scale partners to tackle unacceptable issues VIRGIN UNITE
  27. 27. The Ocean is Everybody’s Business
  28. 28. The Ocean is Everybody’s Business 5 Virgin companies took part in donation campaigns through booking process, ocean-themed cocktails, spa treatments and more 51 companies involved, including 21 Virgin companies 128 Million impressions for the campaign hashtag on Twitter 20 Million impressions for Richard’s top tweet 12 events and interviews with Richard, Holly and the Virgin companies - internal and external 335k Virgin customers reached via 6 Virgin company newsletters 104k views for Richard’s video on Instagram 45k shares for content published on virgin.com alone 223 Virgin company social media posts 3 Million people saw Richard show his ‘pants’ on CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 29 Virgin company blogs and articles
  29. 29. Alex Watson Natural Capital Partners
  30. 30. SDG 13: Climate Action © Natural Capital Partners. Private and confidential 3117 June, 2019 Source: Climate Analytics, Ecofys and the New Climate Institute, Climate Action Tracker, 2018 Image credit: EPA-EFE / STEPHANIE LECOCQ
  31. 31. Carbon market: in principle © Natural Capital Partners. Private and confidential 3217 June, 2019 Source: McKinsey & Co, Global GHG Abatement Cost Curve v2.0
  32. 32. Carbon market: in practice 33© Natural Capital Partners. Private and confidential 3317 June, 2019
  33. 33. Carbon market: an experiment in open innovation for an SDG Achievements • 15 years • $200bn1 • One gigatonne1 Lessons • Innovation doesn’t have to be high-tech • Climate change isn’t just about trees • Growing ecosystem of standards and auditing • SDGs are interconnected © Natural Capital Partners. Private and confidential 3417 June, 2019 1 CDM Policy Dialogue, Report of the high-level panel on the CDM Policy Dialogue, page 2
  34. 34. What next for climate & my ask © Natural Capital Partners. Private and confidential 3517 June, 2019
  35. 35. Daniel Kirk Ofgem
  36. 36. 37
  37. 37. z New ways to organise our work New skills
  38. 38. New ways to gather evidence
  39. 39. 41 Thanks For an event invitation or report: daniel.kirk@ofgem.gov.uk 07801 866 750 For support launching innovative services in the energy sector: InnovationLink@ofgem.gov.uk
  40. 40. Daniel Tuitt Developed Thinking
  41. 41. @ccchangemakers #changemakers #positivedesign #socialchange 19.06.19 Daniel Tuitt
  42. 42. Purpose Driven Design 1,008 Applicants 420More entries 153Universities
  43. 43. ADVERTISING, TECH + SERVICE DESIGNMeusic -Christine Ems + Sophie Edwards SCA2 UK
  44. 44. Human Rights Challenge: A Global Movement Impact through collaboration Human Centred Design
  45. 45. Team & ask Chrissy Levett Founder Paul Barlow Director Rosa Kim Youth Ambassador Ahou Koutchesfahani Head of Research & Diversity Kieran O’Connor Education Advisor Daniel Tuitt Workshop Facilitator James Bray Designer & Developer Emma Ashru Jones Youth Advisor David Alexander Head of Partnerships David Hensley Director Allan S Taylor Director Of Education And Outreach Rosie May Bird Smith Journalist & Reporter John Conlon Designer Key asks: ▪CC Awards – 9th July 2019 ▪Scaling our efforts ▪Mentors – Creative community ▪Partnerships on global goals ▪Impact, research & data – Mental health
  46. 46. Cat Hirst Future Makers
  47. 47. Julian Starkey Dstl
  48. 48. How do I compare to the 12 SDG Julian Starkey ‘Could do more’
  49. 49. • Clothes banks not the dustbin • Solar generator and battery storage at home to reduce carbon consumption • Working with Greenpeace and Institute of Engineering and Technology on reducing plastic packaging. Details
  50. 50. • Eating much less meat, buying enough not too much • Joining dots, meeting new people, attending Union • String bags for shopping, paper bags for veg, …
  51. 51. • Running an athletic club promoting activity, encouraging volunteering and outlets to assist with mental health • Upcycling what I can • ?
  52. 52. • Connecting with Alex who want to innovate on Education • Alex@lazurusandmaverick.co.uk • Treating every one the same
  53. 53. • ? • Driving less using public transport • Learning more by doing this presentation
  54. 54. • Rainwater harvesting for cisterns and garden • Car sharing, seasonal vegetables
  55. 55. Ask(s) • Do your assessment, read about the goals • Connect to the IET 2020/2021 challenge (18-35 yrs) • Avoid crinkly plastic for food products
  56. 56. Clare Cotton 1HQ
  57. 57. 100Openites Brands with Sustainable Purpose
  58. 58. ** *** “Clear and compelling evidence that brands with purpose grow. Purpose creates relevance for a brand, it drives talkability, builds penetration and reduces price elasticity" Alan Jope, CEO Unilever
  59. 59. How can you find your Sustainable Brand Purpose?
  60. 60. Halos & Shado ws
  61. 61. Clare Cotton Associate Director Brand & Innovation T: +44(0)1753 624242 M: !+44(0)7917 095301 E: clare.cotton@1hq.co.uk www.onehardquestion.com
  62. 62. Chris Coleridge Cambridge University
  63. 63. climateseeds TALENT FIRST ACCELERATOR FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
  64. 64. We are bringing humanity’s best existing tool for rapid tech transition and behavior change to bear on the climate change crisis: best talent -> the startup Our initial mission and “master metric”: 400megatonnes CO2 WE ARE climateseeds
  65. 65. 76 LITTLE TIME FOR CLIMATE GOALS EXISTING TECH NOT ENOUGH POLITICAL AND PUBLIC CHANGE TOO SLOW THE CLIMATE CHANGE PROBLEM There is very little time to limit temperature rise to below 2 degrees through reducing global CO2 emissions by a minimum of 45% by 2030 • Existing technologies, given inertia, are not going to be enough • The current clean technology base is not global or adapted to the global south • System, behavior, and net- zero or net-negative carbon changes will come through new tech and new business models and Public opinion in northern Europe is not globally shared, and political solutions will be piecemeal
  66. 66. THE INNOVATION PROBLEM 77 SLOW REGULATORY CHANGE MOST MONEY GOES TO NON- INNOVATION LARGE COS TOO SLOW Regulatory change will come– but investment by MNC/global players will mostly follow it, not anticipate it Much of new “climate coalition” money will just get swallowed by the energy rollout, not go to needed new breakthroughs Large Co’s are focused on running their existing businesses: they are slow at business model innovation, cross- disciplinary innovation and behavior- change dependent innovation The most talented people out there are held back by corporate and cultural convention. This is wasting the potential of what they can achieve
  67. 67. 78 SOLUTION – TALENT FIRST ACCELERATOR TALENT FIRST ACCELERATOR: CONNECTING RESOURCES • Connect best talent to form winning teams • Connect makers with enablers • Navigate entrepreneurs to success • Provide funding up to traction stage • Provide entrepreneur best practices and strategy support Content Talent Founders Corporates VCs Foundations & Climate Funds Universities Implementation Partners Sparring Partners Subject Experts Business Center climateseeds accelerator Finance, Legal Experts Tech Talent Investors Business Talent makers Entrepreneur Toolkits enablers Support Funders Partners
  68. 68. OFFERING A TOOL TO ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE, AND DO IT FAST climateseeds
  69. 69. 80 Our ask for the next few weeks: Help with meeting corporate partners with budget and need to engage with innovation, investment, learning & development and CSR value proposition Email me at c.coleridge@jbs.cam.ac.uk Or grab me now.

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