Innovation for the environment


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5 December 2014 9 Spring Union Nicola Spafford Furey Earth Focus


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INNOVATION FOR THE ENVIRONMENT NICOLA SPAFFORD FUREY


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Innovation for the Environment - Nicola Spafford Furey - Earth Focus Foundation


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Deliver worldwide courses from professors, teachers and experts on sustainable development Bring positive and progressive knowledge so all ages can come together and make the change Base the project upon three simple principles: Learning Sharing Acting Innovation for the Environment - Nicola Spafford Furey - Earth Focus Foundation Objectives


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Individuals or classes pay a fee (approx. $ 10 for each lesson) 10 lessons per course Those who are able can sponsor another learner for a course Innovation for the Environment - Nicola Spafford Furey - Earth Focus Foundation How to access Earth Focus Academy


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Innovation for the environment cannot be achieved unless we do it together    To share knowledge to make change costs money, would you pay to learn and also support someone who cannot pay?   Innovation for the Environment - Nicola Spafford Furey - Earth Focus Foundation Challenge


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Employs some 12,000 people in 80 countries Budget in 2014 1.3 CHF billion WHO WE ARE - International Committee of the Red Cross The ICRC, established in 1863 Works worldwide to provide humanitarian help for people affected by conflict and armed violence


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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES… Does it fit here?


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ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES… Reasons to act


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HOW ? Implementation Framework for sustainable development at the ICRC: vision and validation.


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HOW CAN WE WORK TOGETHER ? Carbon footprint Efficiency, speed Adapted to the beneficiaries Energy Ethics adopted Costs Quality, longevity, packaging Technical Progress & innovation Waste and hazardous waste Human health Supply chain


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Gabrielle Lods Sustain a Bum 21 Spring Union 5 December 2014


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Beautiful, reliable, one-size-fits-all cloth diapers


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Need between 15 and 20 for a baby Can be used part time 36 patterns currently available Save 1’800 CHF 24.90 CHF (plain) and 26.90 CHF (pattern) Last at least 2.5 years Potty train faster Machine wash and dries quickly Easy poo handling Fits babies between 5 to 15 kg No diaper rash/allergies


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What will it take to make cloth diapers mainstream? www.sustainabum.com


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1. Electricite Vitale A range of 100% renewable energies 29 90% of the electricity supplied by SIG comes from renewable sources and is certified SIG represents : 4.5% of electricity sales 25% of photovoltaic electricity sales 8% of the certified photovoltaic production To unite economy and environment 100% hydraulic renewable energy To participate in the development of solar energy at your own pace 20% Vitale Vert 40% Vitale Vert 80% Vitale Bleu 60% Vitale Bleu To develop new renewable energies, especially solar energy, in Geneva The eco current: solar, environmentally-friendly hydraulic power and biomass


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2. Gaz Vitale Carbon-neutral natural gas 30 Neutre en carbone 20% Vitale Vert 80% Vitale Bleu 10% Biogaz 90% Compense avec des projets environnementaux genevois A 100% carbon neutral natural gas due to the financing of Geneva and international environmental projects


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3. Eco 21 : Reducing electricity consumption 31 Committed to sustainable development, SIG adopts an innovative position: not increasing sales, but providing quality energy used wisely. 1/4 72 GWh/an of the inhabitants of Geneva involved of electricity saved to date! (25,000 households)


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4. Thermal energy Three possibilities of district heating 3. Surface geothermics (Geneve Lac Nations, GeniLac®) 1. Combustion (waste, wood, gas) 2. Geothermics


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4. Thermal energy strategy Territorial energy planning 33 Extensions of the SIG district heating network* Renewable geothermal, solar energy Biomass Surface geothermal energy (Lake Geneva) Recovery of waste heat Other projects 13 * Renewable share from summer 2012. Depending on the project, natural gas may be used as emergency or backup power. Key figures : - 80,000 households - 400 GWh delivered 40,000 t. CO2 /y saved


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5. Eco-statistics of Eau de Geneve 34 1,000 times better than those of some bottled waters 0 transport 0 packing 0 packaging 0 retail outlets


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Ideation platform | 11.03.2013 49 EPFL Ideation Platform June2013 Sanna Fowler EPFL


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Fusebox.epfl.ch


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«From Farm to Fork» by Buhler > 30% of food produced is lost Feed 8 Billion people by 2025!


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Where to now? High Tech Global Issues Products & Services Campus Life Strategic Expertise Societal Challenges Private Sector Engage Community CROWD: Consumers, Citizens, Campus, Talents/Experts


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5 December 2014 60 Felix Stahli The Impact Hub Geneva


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IMPACT HUB GENEVA | [email protected] | 0787485574| RUE FENDT 1, GENEVE, SUISSE


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IMPACT HUB GENEVA | RUE FENDT 1, GENEVE, SUISSE 1. Reach out to potential candidates 2. Prepare candidates to apply to incubation program 3. Jury panel of experts 4. Accelerate the 3 Finalists (3 months): -> SEED FUNDING -> WORKSPACE -> COACHING -> NETWORK 5. Select the Fellow 6. Incubate the Fellow (9 months): -> SEED FUNDING -> WORKSPACE -> COACHING -> NETWORK


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IMPACT HUB GENEVA | RUE FENDT 1, GENEVE, SUISSE Innovation for the Environment


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IMPACT HUB GENEVA | RUE FENDT 1, GENEVE, SUISSE


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IMPACT HUB GENEVA | RUE FENDT 1, GENEVE, SUISSE Our GIVE to you - an invitation: Explore together with us a partnership for the next Fellowship program. Why? Inspire and incubate?grassroots, sustainable innovation in a theme related to your core business / focus ? Strengthen your presence in the social innovation / start-up scene ? Position your brand and generate great stories and attractive content ? Inspire and engage your staff and partners ? Create a portfolio of cutting edge innovations to collaborate with in the future


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IMPACT HUB GENEVA | RUE FENDT 1, GENEVE, SUISSE We’re looking forward to speaking you with!


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Co-Lab Test 5 December 2014 70 David Simoes-Brown 100%Open


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5 December 2014 71 Mindsets Co-Lab Test


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Co-Lab Test 5 December 2014 72 “Connect on your similarities, and benefit from your differences.” Valdis Krebs


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5 December 2014 74 Collaboration Styles 6 Styles


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