enabling sustainable growth as                                 Knowledge & Network Partner            DSRCBM’s 1st Nationa...
QUICK TEASERS                                                               2/21/2011 What comes first when we say ‘Clima...
CHALLENGE TO STUDENTS – ‘YOU’ ARE ONE IMPORTANTSTAKEHOLDER                                                                ...
CARBON CHALLENGE – HOW TO DECOUPLE CARBONEMISSIONS FROM ECONOMY GROWTH?                                                   ...
INDIA STANDS AT ADVANTAGE OVER OTHERS IF IT COULDMAINTAIN ITS LOW CARBON ECONOMIC GROWTH                                  ...
ECONOMY BUILT OVER BUSINESSES - BUSINESS IMPERATIVE TORESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE COMES FROM 4 PERSPECTIVES                ...
NEW QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED TO BASE BUSINESS FROMCARBON/CLIMATE ECONOMY                                                     ...
OPPORTUNITIES ARISING FROM CLIMATE COST ABATEMENT– ‘EMBRACERS’ VS ‘ADAPTORS’                                              ...
INVESTMENT AND POLICY FRAMEWORK CRUCIAL FOR DRIVINGLOW CARBON ECONOMY – BEHAVIORAL CHANGE NEEDED                          ...
ECOSYSTEM & BUSINESS INNOVATION – P3 System Thinking needed with Life Cycle Analysis across Stakeholders                  ...
>ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY SOCIAL + ENVIRONMENTALSUSTAINABILITY - CORPORATES NEED TO ALIGN THEIR CSR                        ...
CREATING STAKEHOLDER’S ENGAGEMENT FOR BUSINESSGROWTH…                                                                     ...
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  1. 1. enabling sustainable growth as Knowledge & Network Partner DSRCBM’s 1st National Seminar Meet - 2011 2/21/2011 professional people perspire partners persevere prepare policy process plan price Copyright (c) pManifold profit pursue performance project potential promote progress preserve plural planet CLIMATE STAKEHOLDERS & RELEVANCE TO ECONOMY1 Planet, World, Country, Business, You & Me…. Rahul.Bagdia@pManifold.com
  2. 2. QUICK TEASERS 2/21/2011 What comes first when we say ‘Climate’? How ‘Climate’ impacts ‘you’? Copyright (c) pManifold How is Global Warming measured – any facts? How can ‘Climate’ be connected to ‘Economy’ – any trade-offs? Which is the best country in last 2 decades to achieve reduction of carbon intensity? (Answer: China) Which is best forward strategic positioned country in terms of balancing ‘Economic growth’ and ‘Climate’? (Answer: India) 2
  3. 3. CHALLENGE TO STUDENTS – ‘YOU’ ARE ONE IMPORTANTSTAKEHOLDER 2/21/2011 Start LOCALLY - Propose And if you could do above and Business models to increase: still need BIGGER one Copyright (c) pManifold • Greenery of your campus • Organize country’s Biomass-waste • Energy Efficiency of your supply chain department/classroom • Increase awareness by engaging colleagues Next year’s focused conference • as result to above suggested student project/activity will make a better learning and engagement platform for students 3
  4. 4. CARBON CHALLENGE – HOW TO DECOUPLE CARBONEMISSIONS FROM ECONOMY GROWTH? 2/21/2011 Changes in Carbon Intensity from 1990/2000 to 2008 Copyright (c) pManifold Target: G20 has to cut carbon intensity by 35% till 2020 and 85% by 2050 4
  5. 5. INDIA STANDS AT ADVANTAGE OVER OTHERS IF IT COULDMAINTAIN ITS LOW CARBON ECONOMIC GROWTH China, US, EU and India (63% of carbon budget 2/21/2011 for 2000-2050) China 28% US 16% Copyright (c) pManifold EU 10% India 9% By 2050: • Economy 4X • Population 1.5X 5 • Carbon emissions -0.5X (2010)
  6. 6. ECONOMY BUILT OVER BUSINESSES - BUSINESS IMPERATIVE TORESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE COMES FROM 4 PERSPECTIVES 2/21/2011 Copyright (c) pManifold Stakeholder Revenue Legislation & Cost Reduction Expectations Generation Regulation• Environmental • Eco-friendly • Reduce Waste • New Sustainability products • Improve Environmental for: • Services Efficiency laws• Employees, • Business • Reduce Energy • Federal & Consumers, Models costs (Direct & State Shareholders Indirect) Programs & • International Communities guidelines 6
  7. 7. NEW QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED TO BASE BUSINESS FROMCARBON/CLIMATE ECONOMY 2/21/2011 Strategic Mapping of Climate Opportunities and Risks? Copyright (c) pManifold How to leverage your Market positioning? Have to tap new markets or radically reshape existing ones? How to make a business case for offsetting your carbon footprint - energy saving and energy efficiency into business advantage for you and for your customers? 7
  8. 8. OPPORTUNITIES ARISING FROM CLIMATE COST ABATEMENT– ‘EMBRACERS’ VS ‘ADAPTORS’ 2/21/2011 Copyright (c) pManifold McKinsey Study 8
  9. 9. INVESTMENT AND POLICY FRAMEWORK CRUCIAL FOR DRIVINGLOW CARBON ECONOMY – BEHAVIORAL CHANGE NEEDED 2/21/2011 Vehicles, Buildings, Industrial Equipments Copyright (c) pManifold Wind, Nuclear, Hydro, Solar, Biofuels Carbon Sequestrsation, Forestation Key Barriers to scale McKinsey Study • Lack of robust & performance backed Delivery models • Financing hurdles and rapid payback requirements • Lack of Awareness • Agency Issues – incentives non-alignment for all stakeholders 9
  10. 10. ECOSYSTEM & BUSINESS INNOVATION – P3 System Thinking needed with Life Cycle Analysis across Stakeholders 2/21/2011Market / Policy Driven Business / Operational DrivenCarbon Trading Markets & Exchanges BOP Innovation Copyright (c) pManifold•CERs • ClimateHealers.org•VERs•Community Development (CD – VERs) • Carbon Offsetting – MicroEnergyCredits.comRegulations Measurements•PAT – Perform, Achieve & Trade•RPO – Renewable Purchase Obligations • Carbon footprint audits - NO2CO2•Sustainability Reporting • Ratification for energy products and services – BEE, EcolabelsElectricity Reforms•De-licensed Generation PPP Models•Parallel Distribution license•Power Trading • BOT driven waste-to-energy for muncipalities•Open Access • Distribution FranchiseesNational Missions ESCO Model•Solar Mission•Energy Conservation • Energy Efficiency (EE) linked loan with performance guarantees 10
  11. 11. >ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY SOCIAL + ENVIRONMENTALSUSTAINABILITY - CORPORATES NEED TO ALIGN THEIR CSR 2/21/2011 Have a Business case Copyright (c) pManifold Increased Competitive Advantage  Improved Resource efficiency & Waste Management Access to New Markets Leverage Brand building 11
  12. 12. CREATING STAKEHOLDER’S ENGAGEMENT FOR BUSINESSGROWTH… 2/21/2011 Management Consulting Copyright (c) pManifold (Services) Stakeholder Engagement (Platform) Business Professional Research Events (Productized) (Productized) Thank You • Rahul.Bagdia@pManifold.com • +91 95610-94490 • www.pManifold.com 12

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