What really        matters- natural resources and our lifestyles                31.8.2011              Tuuli Kaskinen     ...
?
Getting richer meanscheaper consumer goods
Energy consumption
Number of cars
Flight miles
Global flows of goods
Consumption of animal protein
CO2 emissions
CO2 emissions                You are here
CO2 emissions
CO2 emissions
CO2 emissions                - 90 %
U ranium Fertile s                                oil         r         pe                                   Al     opl   ...
Innov ations Liber                                   ty          lth        ing      ea                                   ...
1970   1990   2011   2030   2050
1970   1990   2011   2030   2050
A peak means there is only one               direction left.1970     1990      2011       2030      2050
A peak means there is only one               direction left.1970     1990      2011       2030      2050
A peak means there is only one               direction left.                     ??                     ? ?               ...
Lähde: USDA & BP statistical review of world energy 2009
Lähde: USDA & BP statistical review of world energy 2009
Lähde: USDA & BP statistical review of world energy 2009
energy = food = water                        16
energy = food = water
From individualpoint of view
uttavat jopa 40 % maailman energiasta. Asumisen uusillaä on mahdollista saada aikaan merkittäviä säästöjä energian-       ...
Gatekeepers
Gatekeepers              relevant              professionals
Gatekeepers              relevant              professionals              mediators of              public and peer       ...
Gatekeepers              relevant              professionals              mediators of              public and peer       ...
GatekeepersCustomer service         relevantassistants               professionalsCafeteria staff          mediators of   ...
How do lifestyleschange?
CASE: savingenergy at home
American psychology association (2010)    Psychology & Global Climate Change,Addressing a multifaceted phenomenon and set ...
Residential areas
No change
No change
Little change
Little change
Remarkable change
Remarkable change
People are committed by doingand seeing when other people do.  Not only through the values.
Nudge
Decisions arenot made byrationalconsumers.
Decisions arenot made byrationalconsumers.Choicearchitectsinfluencepeoples
Productsandservices
Loppukiri - Helsinki
Loppukiri - Helsinki
Loppukiri - Helsinki
Masdar City - Abu Dhabi
Den
Velib -   45
Journey planner - Helsinki
Journey planner - Helsinki
Urban farming -
Urban farming -
Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita2010                         2050                                    Lähde:VNK, Tulevaisuusse...
Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita2010                         2050                                 Emissions - 80 %           ...
Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita2010                         2050                                 Energy                     ...
Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita                                 Economy2010                         2050                    ...
Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita                                 Standard                                 of living          ...
Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita                                 Well-being                                 Standard         ...
”There is nospoon”
”There is nospoon”It’s not about the material ofthe spoon.
”There is nospoon”It’s not about the material ofthe spoon.But it is what kind of lifestylethe spoon leads to.
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
Intro '11: What really matters  - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen
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  • Very good! A minor quibble on the 'peaking' slides: we have enough uranium already dug up from the ground to power the entire planet for 200 years or so without any further need for mining. To clarify, this can be achieved by using non-theoretical, already demonstrated technologies; check IFR for example.

    Furthermore, it's not as the stuff is that rare. Easily extractable, proven uranium reserves could power a 9-billion strong civilization using 10 000 KWh/person/year generated solely in fast breeder reactors for some 220 MILLION years. And then there's thorium (3-5x more common than uranium) as well.

    A bit similar thing applies to copper and other non-discrete resources. I think there needs to be a differentiation between discrete resources (oil, coal) and non-discrete resources when talking about 'the peak:' what is a resource depends always and especially in the latter case about economics. It's an axiom among mining engineers that 'ore' and 'resource' are economical, not geological or technical terms. My PhD research, for example, spans several prior periods where copper ores were thought to be all but exhausted, only for the concept of 'ore' being redefined to mean ever lower concentrations accessible through ever advanced technologies. Sometimes, this was achieved while simultaneously radically decreasing energy consumption of production.
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  • synnyttää ratkaisuja: uusia toimintamalleja, palveluja ja tuotteita, joilla menestyy niukkaenergisessä ja vähähiilisessä tulevaisuudessa\n
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  • Intro '11: What really matters - natural resources and our lifestyles by Tuuli Kaskinen

    1. 1. What really matters- natural resources and our lifestyles 31.8.2011 Tuuli Kaskinen Demos Helsinki
    2. 2. ?
    3. 3. Getting richer meanscheaper consumer goods
    4. 4. Energy consumption
    5. 5. Number of cars
    6. 6. Flight miles
    7. 7. Global flows of goods
    8. 8. Consumption of animal protein
    9. 9. CO2 emissions
    10. 10. CO2 emissions You are here
    11. 11. CO2 emissions
    12. 12. CO2 emissions
    13. 13. CO2 emissions - 90 %
    14. 14. U ranium Fertile s oil r pe Al opl umOi C ini Na gas um tur al
    15. 15. Innov ations Liber ty lth ing ea Ha be W pp ell ineW ss Lo ve
    16. 16. 1970 1990 2011 2030 2050
    17. 17. 1970 1990 2011 2030 2050
    18. 18. A peak means there is only one direction left.1970 1990 2011 2030 2050
    19. 19. A peak means there is only one direction left.1970 1990 2011 2030 2050
    20. 20. A peak means there is only one direction left. ?? ? ? ?? ? ? ?? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??? ?1970 1990 2011 2030 2050
    21. 21. Lähde: USDA & BP statistical review of world energy 2009
    22. 22. Lähde: USDA & BP statistical review of world energy 2009
    23. 23. Lähde: USDA & BP statistical review of world energy 2009
    24. 24. energy = food = water 16
    25. 25. energy = food = water
    26. 26. From individualpoint of view
    27. 27. uttavat jopa 40 % maailman energiasta. Asumisen uusillaä on mahdollista saada aikaan merkittäviä säästöjä energian- Emissions of privateäästöissä. Rakennusten energiankulutusta vähentämälläosa tarvittavista kasvihuonekaasupäästöjen vähennyksistä. consumption Asuminen Liikkuminensti Ruokarjaati Kuluttaminenio Vapaa-aikan Matkustaminen 0 10 % 20 % 30 % 40 % Yksityisen kulutuksen päästöt Suomessa Lähde: Envimat-projekti; www.ymparisto.fi/syke/envimat
    28. 28. Gatekeepers
    29. 29. Gatekeepers relevant professionals
    30. 30. Gatekeepers relevant professionals mediators of public and peer opinion
    31. 31. Gatekeepers relevant professionals mediators of public and peer opinion both
    32. 32. GatekeepersCustomer service relevantassistants professionalsCafeteria staff mediators of public and peerBuilders opinion“Managers” of everyday bothLifestyle mediaWork communities
    33. 33. How do lifestyleschange?
    34. 34. CASE: savingenergy at home
    35. 35. American psychology association (2010) Psychology & Global Climate Change,Addressing a multifaceted phenomenon and set of challenges . Nolan, J.M., Schultz, P.W., Cialdini, R.B., Goldstein, N.J., & Vladas Griskevicius (2008). Normative social influence is underdetected. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34, 913-923.
    36. 36. Residential areas
    37. 37. No change
    38. 38. No change
    39. 39. Little change
    40. 40. Little change
    41. 41. Remarkable change
    42. 42. Remarkable change
    43. 43. People are committed by doingand seeing when other people do. Not only through the values.
    44. 44. Nudge
    45. 45. Decisions arenot made byrationalconsumers.
    46. 46. Decisions arenot made byrationalconsumers.Choicearchitectsinfluencepeoples
    47. 47. Productsandservices
    48. 48. Loppukiri - Helsinki
    49. 49. Loppukiri - Helsinki
    50. 50. Loppukiri - Helsinki
    51. 51. Masdar City - Abu Dhabi
    52. 52. Den
    53. 53. Velib - 45
    54. 54. Journey planner - Helsinki
    55. 55. Journey planner - Helsinki
    56. 56. Urban farming -
    57. 57. Urban farming -
    58. 58. Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita2010 2050 Lähde:VNK, Tulevaisuusselonteko 2009
    59. 59. Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita2010 2050 Emissions - 80 % Lähde:VNK, Tulevaisuusselonteko 2009
    60. 60. Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita2010 2050 Energy consumption Emissions - 80 % Lähde:VNK, Tulevaisuusselonteko 2009
    61. 61. Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita Economy2010 2050 Energy consumption Emissions - 80 % Lähde:VNK, Tulevaisuusselonteko 2009
    62. 62. Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita Standard of living Economy2010 2050 Energy consumption Emissions - 80 % Lähde:VNK, Tulevaisuusselonteko 2009
    63. 63. Yhteiskunnallisia tavoitteita Well-being Standard of living Economy2010 2050 Energy consumption Emissions - 80 % Lähde:VNK, Tulevaisuusselonteko 2009
    64. 64. ”There is nospoon”
    65. 65. ”There is nospoon”It’s not about the material ofthe spoon.
    66. 66. ”There is nospoon”It’s not about the material ofthe spoon.But it is what kind of lifestylethe spoon leads to.

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