E idea wrap-up day1

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E idea wrap-up day1

  1. 1. E-Idea Regional Training Entrepreneurial Approaches to Addressing Climate Change and Environment Problem First Day : 3 October 2011 Rumah Jambuluwuk, Indonesia Climate Change Reality• “Global warming is contributing to an increased incidence of extreme weather because the environment in which all storms form has changed from human activities” (Kevin Trenberth, National Center for Atmospheric Research)• The only plausible explanation for the rise in weather-related catastrophes is climate change• “This is no longer something that’s theory or conjecture or something that comes out of computer models. We’re observing the climate changing— it’s happening, it’s real, it’s a scientific fact” (Richard Somerville, University of California San Diego)
  2. 2. Here’s the Linkage Between and the increased frequency and severity of Greenhouse Gas Emission Greenhouse Effect Global Warming Climate Change Disaster Risk
  3. 3. Climate Change Solutions Overall Strategy : • Adaptation (changing development strategy • Mitigation (reducing GHG emission) Global Private Sector Investment in Green Companies and Technologies : • Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency • Green Construction • Clean Technology • Smart Grid • Corporate Research and DevelopmentLow Carbon Economy (LCE) Strategy • Shifting in development planners’ mind set is key: – Individual country’s pro-activeness is for the global common good, time to free ride is over • Expenditure in LCE/mitigation actions is investment: – To generate future incomes – To secure market access – To avoid future economic costs due to the need for adaptation • Government leadership is essential • LCE must strategically take advantage of low cost climate finance
  4. 4. How to Sell your Product?• Elevator speech exercise• Understanding mentality of different stakeholders : – Banks : collateral/risk – Investor : growth – Company : branding – NGO : social/environmental development – IDA : replication• Understanding segmentation of your customers (habits/willingness to pay)• Packaging well your products Social Enterprise Social Enterprise is about business and trading which is run for social purposes rather than financial, with different ownership structures, such as : • Community members • Social Investors • Workers and Volunteers • Beneficiaries and Customers • Pure or Hybrids • Multi-tier Enterprises
  5. 5. Different Approach of Social Enterprise/EntrepreneurEU-style Social Enterprise : US-style Social Entrepreneurship :Collective Action Individual ActionLabour movement or government Entrepreneurial (market) responses toresponses to social issues social issuesIncremental building of social capital Fast effective achievement of socialand assets outcomesSolidarity and Mutuality Champions and Change AgentsAccommodation of stakeholders Adherence to a ‘vision’Democracy (bottom-up governance) Philanthropy (top-down governance)Third sector Any sector Social Enterprise “How are we creating sustainable actions in an unsustainable world?” Knowing your stakeholders through : • Stakeholders Analysis • Stakeholders Engagement
  6. 6. Social EnterpriseBusiness Planning using Business CanvasModel Format, consisting of :• Partners/Networks• Activities• Resources• Offers• Customer Relations• Distributions• Cost Structures• Source of Income• Segmentation/Market

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