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The New Industrial Paradigm, by Philippe Destatte

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Philippe Destatte is Futurist, CEO of the Destree Institute, and Foresight Professor in Paris-Diderot & Reims Universities.

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The New Industrial Paradigm, by Philippe Destatte

  1. 1. IMAGINE THE FUTURE The New Industrial Paradigm Philippe Destatte Futurist, CEO of The Destree Institute Foresight Associate Professor in Paris‐Diderot & Reims Universities Brussels, The Square, September 24, 2014
  2. 2. The Millennium Project A global foresight network of 50 nodes, functioning as a think tank developing a Global Futures Intelligence System (GFIS) in order to improve humanity’s prospects for building a better future. The Destree Institute serves as Brussels’ Area Node.
  3. 3. The Millennium Project A global foresight network of 50 nodes, functioning as a think tank developing a Global Futures Intelligence System (GFIS) in order to improve humanity’s prospects for building a better future. The Destree Institute serves as Brussels’ Area Node.
  4. 4. The New Industrial Paradigm
  5. 5. The New Industrial Paradigm 1. What do we mean by a New Industrial Paradigm? 2. The three shifts driving 21st century industry 3. Four vitals factors: materials, energy, structure of time and relationship with life 4. Five challenges to tackle in order to face the New Industrial Paradigm 5. Conclusion: Are we ready?
  6. 6. The New Industrial Paradigm 1. What do we mean by a New Industrial Paradigm? 2. The three shifts driving 21st century industry 3. Four vitals factors: materials, energy, structure of time and relationship with life 4. Five challenges to tackle in order to face the New Industrial Paradigm 5. Conclusion: Are we ready?
  7. 7. IMAGINE THE FUTURE A paradigm is essentially a model and a system of reference and of representation of the world, which we invent and construct mentally in an attempt to grasp and describe its components.
  8. 8. I think we are living in a time in which we have an old paradigm, (…) We are in a period “between two worlds”: one that is dying but not yet dead, and another that wants to be born, but has not yet been born. Edgar MORIN, 1999 A period between two worlds
  9. 9. The New industrial Paradigm still refers to the 18th c. Industrial Revolution
  10. 10. A new society = structural transformation A society can be called new when structural transformation has occurred in the relations of production, in the relations of power, in interpersonal relations. These transformations bring about an equally significant change in social spatiality and temporality, and the emergence of a new culture Manuel CASTELLS, 1999
  11. 11. The New Industrial Paradigm 1. What do we mean by a New Industrial Paradigm? 2. The three shifts driving 21st century industry 3. Four vitals factors: materials, energy, structure of time and relationship with life 4. Five challenges to tackle in order to face the New Industrial Paradigm 5. Conclusion: Are we ready?
  12. 12. 2.1. We are still in the Industrial Societies Adam Smith Karl Marx Joseph Stiglitz Thomas Piketty
  13. 13. 2.1. We are still in the Industrial Societies James Watt ‘s steam engine (1769) Rudolf Diesel‘s engine (1893) Zénobe Gramme‘s dynamo (1868) Enrico Fermi & Leó Szilárd’s nuclear pile (1942)
  14. 14. 2.2. We are also living the Cognitive Revolution Information sciences Life sciences Convergence : molecular biology, genomics, etc.
  15. 15. 2.3. We are building a new harmony through Sustainable Development Apollo 8 Earthrise (December 24, 1968)
  16. 16. 2.3. We are building a new harmony through Sustainable Development Economic System Harmony Political system Social System Technological System Administrative System Ecological Production System International System Sustainability’s seven requirements (Brundtland Report, 1987)
  17. 17. 2.3. We are building a new harmony through Sustainable Development Economic System Harmony is a happy arrangement of all the elements of a system making them tend to the same global effect in order to reach its ultima‐te Harmony Political system Social System aims Technological System Administrative System Ecological Production System International System Sustainability’s seven requirements (Brundtland Report, 1987)
  18. 18. The practices underpinning the Circular Economy Industrial Ecology Eco- Design Economy of Function -ality Re-use Repair Recycling Re-utilisation PhD2050, 2014 according to ADEME, 2013.
  19. 19. The New Industrial Paradigm 1. What do we mean by a New Industrial Paradigm? 2. The three shifts driving 21st century industry 3. Four vitals factors: materials, energy, structure of time and relationship with life 4. Five challenges to tackle in order to face the New Industrial Paradigm 5. Conclusion: Are we ready?
  20. 20. Four vital factors activated simultaneously in contemporary transformations Hyperchoice of materials Tension between nuclear and renewable energies Relationship with life & biotechnology The new structure of time generated by microprocessors Gaudin‐Portnoff, 1980‐2001
  21. 21. The changes could extend over centuries… 20th c. 21st c. 22nd c. 23rd c.
  22. 22. The New Industrial Paradigm 1. What do we mean by a New Industrial Paradigm? 2. The three shifts driving 21st century industry 3. Four vitals factors: materials, energy, structure of time and relationship with life 4. Five challenges to tackle in order to face the New Industrial Paradigm 5. Conclusion: Are we ready?
  23. 23. 4.1. How could we reinforce industry with the innovations of the Cognitive Revolution? Hello Materials Blog, Dk
  24. 24. 4.2. How could we concretely apply the principles of circular economy to all the activities of the supply chain, in order to achieve a zero‐waste business model for the industry of the future? OCDE 2009 ECC Wales 2014
  25. 25. 4.3. How could we reduce energy consumption in order to improve the competitiveness of the industry? World industrial sector and all other delivered end‐use energy consumption (2005‐2040) – Source : US EIA
  26. 26. 4.4. How could we prepare the different actors, and especially the enterprises, to Low‐Carbon Economy? abc.net
  27. 27. 4.5. How could we build a real partnership between policy‐makers, civil society and the companies in order to create a positive / win‐win multilevel governance? PNUD/PhD/IDLE Materials
  28. 28. The New Industrial Paradigm 1. What do we mean by a New Industrial Paradigm? 2. The three shifts driving 21st century industry 3. Four vitals factors: materials, energy, structure of time and relationship with life 4. Five challenges to tackle in order to face the New Industrial Paradigm 5. Conclusion: Are we ready?
  29. 29. Huge shifts await us, comparable in magnitude to the transition from the Middle Ages to the modern world. The ability of our societies to understand and manage these shifts will be decisive for the future. Are we ready ? Pierre CALAME, 2003 Are we ready?
  30. 30. With the 2050 Roadmap, you are more ready now!
  31. 31. So… change is in your hands: don’t be afraid! evoportail.fr
  32. 32. So, change is in you hands: don’t be afraid! evoportail.fr Thank you! @PhD2050 destatte.philippe@institut.destree.eu

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