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63rd WORLD NEWSPAPER CONGRESS   Session: Sustainability   Title: Centre for Sustainable Communications   Speaker: Mattias ...
Mattias Höjer, Åsa MobergCentre for Sustainable Communications  KTH Royal Institute of Technology              Stockholm  ...
Centre for Sustainable Communications           7 March 2011       Page 2
Centre for Sustainable Communications           7 March 2011       Page 3
and some others
Four Strategic Areas:People– People, practices and behaviour in a  sustainable ICT society                        Centre f...
Four Strategic Areas:Cities – sustainable solutions for ICT in cities                         Centre for Sustainable Commu...
Four Strategic Areas:Impacts – Sustainability impacts of ICT and media                            Centre for Sustainable C...
Four Strategic Areas:Methods and Tools – Methods and ICT-tools  for sustainability assessments                        Cent...
Climate impact of media and                                      ICT            400Mt CO2-eq            300            200...
Content distribution     life cycle
Environmental impacts ofprinted newspapers
Environmental impacts ofprinted newspapers
Environmental impacts ofprinted newspapers
Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
Which one is better?            It depends….
What makes a difference?Electronic newspapers• Energy• Devices used for many purposes• Life time of devices• RecyclingPrin...
Publishers contributionGreener production   – Energy efficient processes   – Less waste, chemicals and ink   – Efficient d...
What can media do about environmentalsustainability - and still do business?                       Centre for Sustainable ...
Thank you!Visit us at: cesc.kth.se                                 .s e                   th               c .k         e ...
Mattias Höjer              Åsa Moberg•   E-mail: hojer@kth.se   •   E-mail: asa.moberg@abe.kth.se•   Tel: +46-8-790 64 51 ...
CESCs partners                 Centre for Sustainable Communications                                              Page 25
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  1. 1. 63rd WORLD NEWSPAPER CONGRESS Session: Sustainability Title: Centre for Sustainable Communications Speaker: Mattias Höjer, Åsa Moberg Mark your calendar64th WORLD NEWSPAPER CONGRESS19th WORLD EDITORS FORUM Vienna, Reed Messe Wien www.wan-ifra.org/kiev2012
  2. 2. Mattias Höjer, Åsa MobergCentre for Sustainable Communications KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm Centre for Sustainable Communications September 1, 2010 Page 1
  3. 3. Centre for Sustainable Communications 7 March 2011 Page 2
  4. 4. Centre for Sustainable Communications 7 March 2011 Page 3
  5. 5. and some others
  6. 6. Four Strategic Areas:People– People, practices and behaviour in a sustainable ICT society Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 5
  7. 7. Four Strategic Areas:Cities – sustainable solutions for ICT in cities Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 6
  8. 8. Four Strategic Areas:Impacts – Sustainability impacts of ICT and media Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 7
  9. 9. Four Strategic Areas:Methods and Tools – Methods and ICT-tools for sustainability assessments Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 8
  10. 10. Climate impact of media and ICT 400Mt CO2-eq 300 200 100 0 TV Printed media PCs ther E&M hardware telecom O Fixed Mobile telecom centers Data
  11. 11. Content distribution life cycle
  12. 12. Environmental impacts ofprinted newspapers
  13. 13. Environmental impacts ofprinted newspapers
  14. 14. Environmental impacts ofprinted newspapers
  15. 15. Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
  16. 16. Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
  17. 17. Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
  18. 18. Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
  19. 19. Environmental impacts ofelectronic newspapers
  20. 20. Which one is better? It depends….
  21. 21. What makes a difference?Electronic newspapers• Energy• Devices used for many purposes• Life time of devices• RecyclingPrinted newspapers• Energy• Number of pages• Number of readers per printed copyKey issues• Benefit/reason for reading• Substitution
  22. 22. Publishers contributionGreener production – Energy efficient processes – Less waste, chemicals and ink – Efficient distribution – Demands on suppliers - in all supply chainsLess production/other production – Less wasted copies – Shared subscription – Substitution, either e-version or printed versionContent – Professional coverage of new developments – Critical and knowledge-based coverage of environmental assessments – Coverage of lifestyle and environment
  23. 23. What can media do about environmentalsustainability - and still do business? Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 22
  24. 24. Thank you!Visit us at: cesc.kth.se .s e th c .k e s c Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 23
  25. 25. Mattias Höjer Åsa Moberg• E-mail: hojer@kth.se • E-mail: asa.moberg@abe.kth.se• Tel: +46-8-790 64 51 • Tel: +46-8-790 8514 Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 24
  26. 26. CESCs partners Centre for Sustainable Communications Page 25

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