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#c2cdebate What is the C2C business model, and what are the opportunities for firms in the Built Environment?

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Presentation by Dr Mike Titts, Head of Urban Living and Built Environment, Innovate UK at the RIBA July 8th 2015 more information: https://storify.com/subutcher/treading-softly-cradle-to-cradle-the-best-way-to-a

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#c2cdebate What is the C2C business model, and what are the opportunities for firms in the Built Environment?

  1. 1. What is the C2C business model and what are the opportunities for firms in the Built Environment? Dr Mike Pitts Head of Urban Living & Built Environment 07920 210844 mike.pitts@innovateuk.gov.uk @pittso
  2. 2. Gumdrop
  3. 3. History of Metals Production 0 160 320 480 640 800 960 1845 1860 1875 1890 1905 1920 1935 1950 1965 1980 1995 2010 AnnualProduction:Cu,Au,Pb,Ni,FeOre,Diamonds,Bauxite 0 840 1,680 2,520 3,360 4,200 5,040 AnnualProduction:MnOre,Ag,Zn Copper (kt Cu) Gold (t Au) Lead (kt Pb) Nickel (kt Ni) Iron Ore (Mt) Diamonds (Mcarats) Bauxite (Mt) Manganese (kt Mn ore) Silver (t Ag) Zinc (kt Zn) ?? Mudd, 2009, Sustainability of Mining ... from work by Tom Graedel
  4. 4. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 1840 1860 1880 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000 OreGrades(Cu,Au,Pb,Zn,Ni,Diamonds) 0 600 1,200 1,800 2,400 3,000 3,600 OreGrade(Ag) Copper (%Cu) Gold (g/t Au) Lead (%Pb) Zinc (%Zn) Nickel (%Ni) Diamonds (carats/t) Uranium (kg/t U3O8) Silver (g/t Ag) Gold: 1857 - 50.05; 1858 - 41.23; 1859 - 37.27 Trends in Ore Grades … ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓
  5. 5. Newman iron ore mine, Pilbara, Australia – Google Earth
  6. 6. 170 kg Cu
  7. 7. Source: Grilli and Yang; Pfaffenzeller; World Bank; International Monetary Fund; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development statistics; UN Food and Agriculture Organization; UN Comtrade; Ellen MacArthur Foundation circular economy team – image from their ‘Towards A Circular Economy ‘report Extraction is predicted to account for 40% of the world’s energy use by 2050 [Green Alliance (2011) Reinventing the Wheel: A circular economy for resource security]
  8. 8. Global GHG emissions 44 GtCO2e energy, process 64% deforestation, agriculture, decay 36% 2006 figures, from Sustainable Materials, J. Allwood
  9. 9. Energy/Process GHG emissions 28GtCO2 buildings 31% industry 35% other 8% transport 22%
  10. 10. Industrial GHG emissions 10GtCO2 steel 25% 3% other 44% cement 19% 4% plastics 4% aluminium paper Demand for steel is set to rise by 80% between 2010 and 2030 [BBC]
  11. 11. Raw Materials Manufacture Design Distribution Use End-of-Life repair reuse remanufacture recycle reduce or replace Resource Efficiency & the Circular Economy
  12. 12. What’s Important? • Design • Delivering customer benefits in new ways (shift to services) • Getting stuff back (and separating it out) • Supply chain collaboration (new value networks) and the aligned business models to make it work!
  13. 13. Design
  14. 14. Orangebox
  15. 15. product to service shift...
  16. 16. Wear2
  17. 17. Building Information Modelling  Design  Delivering customer benefits in new ways (shift to services)  Getting stuff back (and separating it out)  Supply chain collaboration (new value networks) and the aligned business models to make it work!
  18. 18. Power by the Hour Source: Rolls Royce
  19. 19. Flute Office
  20. 20. AEC Hackathon 17-19 July http://goo.gl/PvmrBD 20% Discount: H@ckAEC
  21. 21. Stay in touch... • www.innovateuk.org/funding-competitions • ktn.innovateuk.org – join sectors of interest • Twitter: @innovate_uk @pittso

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