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UCLAx C2C Class 1

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A slide show from the first class of a course titled Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems, which is part of the Certificate for Global Sustainability at the University of California Los Angeles Extension program.

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UCLAx C2C Class 1

  1. 1. c 2c Cradle to Cradle Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extention V5018 January 7, 2010 Kevin Foster O’Donnell fundamentalist @ threadcollaborative
  2. 2. Who is Kevin O’Donnell?
  3. 3. Is itittoxic to manufactured? it is this itmymadeone life? biodegradable? Is happens this reused? Can is to at the end of it’s life? What it more than of? How Can What have be customers?
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  5. 5. Who are you?
  6. 6. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Quarter Outline 40% Disassembly Project
  7. 7. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Disassembly Project
  8. 8. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Disassembly Project
  9. 9. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Disassembly Project
  10. 10. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Disassembly Project
  11. 11. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Quarter Outline 40% Disassembly Project 10% 10% 10% Profile Profile Profile Presentation 1 Presentation 2 Presentation 3 Materials & Resources Companies & People Certifications & Labels
  12. 12. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 1 materials & resources
  13. 13. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 2 companies & people Ray C. Anderson Paul Hawken Dr. David Suzuki
  14. 14. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  15. 15. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  16. 16. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  17. 17. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  18. 18. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  19. 19. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels 1969 “It’s Not Easy Being Green”
  20. 20. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  21. 21. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  22. 22. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  23. 23. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  24. 24. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  25. 25. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  26. 26. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels
  27. 27. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Profile Presentation 3 certifications & labels Green is the new?
  28. 28. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Quarter Outline 40% Disassembly Project 10% 10% 10% Profile Profile Profile Presentation 1 Presentation 2 Presentation 3 Materials & Resources Companies & People Certifications & Labels 20% Class Participation 10% Required Reading
  29. 29. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Class Participation - Required Reading Cradle to Cradle
  30. 30. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension January Introduction Transition Template Story of Stuff Community & Closed Loop Jason Panneton Visit Project Introductions Waste Reduction InterfaceFLOR Field Trip Required Reading Profile Presentations 1
  31. 31. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension February Energy Conservation ASID Visit Project Introductions Resource Preservation Kirei USA Visit Required Reading Profile Presentations 2 Life Cycle Analysis MBDC Visit Project Introductions
  32. 32. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension March Steelcase Field Trip Required Reading Profile Presentations 3 Eliminate Toxins AIGA Visit Required Reading Disassembly Project
  33. 33. ! ! questions?
  34. 34. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  35. 35. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  36. 36. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  37. 37. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  38. 38. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension CO2 Emissions 8000 7000 6000 Million Metric Tons 5000 end of WWII - start of the Baby Boom ! 4000 3000 start of the 20th Century ! 2000 1500 1000 500 0 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000
  39. 39. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Global Temperature Since 1860 source: Climatic Research Unit, University of East Anglia and Hadley Centre, The Met Office, UK 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 -0.2 -0.4 -0.6 -0.8 1860 1880 1900 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000
  40. 40. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Ten Hottest Years 2005 2007 1998 2002 2003 2006 2004 2001 2008 1999
  41. 41. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension 5 miles 5 miles
  42. 42. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension 7926 miles
  43. 43. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension U.S. CO2 Emissions source: 2006 Energy Information Administration 800 48% 700 600 Metric Tons of Carbon (millions) 34% 500 400 18% 300 200 100 0 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002
  44. 44. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension U.S. CO2 Emissions source: 2006 Energy Information Administration Buildings - 48% Residential Commercial Other 20% 18% 10%
  45. 45. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Mount Kilimanjaro 1970 2000
  46. 46. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Mount Kilimanjaro
  47. 47. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Portage Glacier source: NOAA Photo Collection and Gary Braasch - Worldbiewof globalwarming.org 1914 2004
  48. 48. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Maldives source: Peter Essick/National Geographic Society
  49. 49. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Thames River, London
  50. 50. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Piazza San Marco source: Manuel Jung, www.sternklar.ch
  51. 51. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension The Levees of the Netherlands
  52. 52. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension The Levees of New Orleans
  53. 53. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Industrial Age Business Model Virtually endless supply of raw materials. Abundant inexpensive energy. Plentiful cheap labor that’s easy to replace. The ability to externalize environmental costs.
  54. 54. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension transition template industrial age ecology energy society economy sustainable age
  55. 55. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension transition template industrial age ecology energy society economy green sustainable age
  56. 56. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension transition template industrial age ecology energy society economy green greener sustainable age
  57. 57. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension transition template industrial age ecology energy society economy green greener greenest sustainable age
  58. 58. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension transition template industrial age ecology energy society economy green greener greenest sustainable age
  59. 59. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension transition template industrial age ecology energy society economy green greener greenest sustainable age
  60. 60. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Human consumption surpassed the regenerative capacity of the planet around 1980, and we are now pushing its systems well beyond their ability to heal. National Academy of Sciences
  61. 61. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  62. 62. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Resource Consumption source: Energy Information Administration 2008 EIA annual Energy Outlook Water: 13.6% Wood: 25%
  63. 63. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Resource Consumption source: United Nations 14% 20% 86% 80% Resource Usage Wealth
  64. 64. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Recycle : Post-Consumer 3Form IceStone Stardust Glass Bedrock Industries Shetkaworks Interstyle Eleek
  65. 65. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Recycle : Pre-Consumer Junckers Ekobe Kerei Habitus Alkemi Biofiber Wheat COR Products Constantine Carpet
  66. 66. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Repurpose Appalachian Hardwoods Terra Mai Trestlewood Colonial Barn Mountain Lumber West Lincoln Barnboard
  67. 67. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Renew Plyboo End Grain Dura Palm Nova Cork Nova Cork Constantine Carpet Maya Romanoff
  68. 68. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Reduce Ancient Woods Kauri Lumber Kauri Veneer Halm Lumber LA Treasures
  69. 69. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Panelite Rethink 01/29/2007 12:19 AM Interstyle Fusion Plexwood Panelite Modular Arts Interlam Caba
  70. 70. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension 37% of all landfill refuse is generated by building related construction source: EPA
  71. 71. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Municipal Solid Waste source: Environmental Protection Agency wood - 3% other - 3% rubber - 5% metal - 7% paper - 35% plastic - 12% food scraps - 12% yard waste - 13%
  72. 72. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Total Waste source: Environmental Protection Agency municipal solid waste - 1% hazardous - 2% industrial - 57% special - 39%
  73. 73. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Industrial Waste source: Ray C. Anderson, CEO of InterfaceFLOR 1 32
  74. 74. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Industrial Waste source: Ray C. Anderson, CEO of InterfaceFLOR TRASH
  75. 75. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Meat Seafood Cheese Bakery Produce Deli Floral Checkout
  76. 76. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Waste Reduction
  77. 77. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Waste Reduction
  78. 78. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Waste Reduction
  79. 79. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Typical Project Timeline Sourcing Manufacture/ Grand Design Installation Construction Opening End of Life Landfill Landfill Landfill
  80. 80. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Locally ReSource Timeline Cultivated Recycle Repurpose Renew Reduce Rethink Manufacture/ Grand Sourcing Design Installation Construction Opening End of Life ReSource ReSource
  81. 81. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension Modified Delft Ladder building stages material cycle local process waste renewable return reduced rethought design construction production extraction 3 2 3 1 maintenance use 4 recycled reused reclaimed 4 6 4 3 source end of life demolition 5 recondition 1 innovation 2 renovation 3 return to use incinerate 4 evaluation 5 not suitable for use landfill 6 suitable for use
  82. 82. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  83. 83. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  84. 84. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  85. 85. Class 1 V5018 Cradle to Cradle: Closed Loop Systems UCLA Extension
  86. 86. ! ! teaching@threadcollaborative.com questions?

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