1 Cradle to Cradle The production- and building concept for the 21st century
2 Our current Cradle to Grave Production Model make Take waste
4 Cobber runs out before oil
5 Materials disappear
6 Outcome of our Cradle to Grave production concept Toxic chemicals and heavy metals all around us 40% af energy consumption Indoor air 3-8 worse than outside air over 40% of our children have allergies
7 Cradle to Grave : Target is 0 ECO-efficiency Reduce, avoid, minimize, prevent Is the purpose of being here to do less bad?
8 Instead of Regulating the Past Organize the Future
10 CRADLE TO CRADLE CRADLE TO CRADLE DESIGN PARADIGM WASTE EQUALS FOOD (nutrients=nutrients) USE CURRENT SOLAR INCOME ACTIVELY SUPPORT DIVERSITY
11 The technical and biological metabolism
12 Biological cycle Climatex life cycle
13 Nike Considered
14 Cradle to Cradle product platform (Many hundred products assessed and developed by EPEA over the past 25 years)
15 Maersk container ships going Cradle to Cradle Link til Mærsk video:
16 CRADLE TO CRADLE APPROACH TO COST STRUCTURES COMPETITION OF STRATEGIES RR Costs for Resource Replacement RD Costs for Resource Destruction MN Costs for the Maintenance of Nutrient status Research for / Design of the situation MN < RR + RD
17 Energy savings by recycling
18 IDENTIFY THE BEST: ABC-X CATEGORIZATION Cradle to Cradle is based on an advanced scientific methodology developed by EPEA and MBDC OPTIMAL OPTIMIZING TOLERABLE NOT ACCEPTABLE NOT CHARACTERIZED
19 Product assessment by EPEA for a client Example 2
20 CRADLE TO CRADLE : THE GOAL IS QUALITY When the product is properly assessed down to 100 PPM we have taken the first step towards a positive agenda. The goal is better business where we ensure healthy material streams for future production and generations. Cradle to Cradle implementation does not happen over the night - it is a process that happens in a partnership with the client and what makes sense business wise. ECO-EFFECTIVENESS DEFINE, INCREASE, SUPPORT, OPTIMIZE ECO-EFFICIENCY
21 Det samme med bygninger - et spørgsmål om at reducere os til bæredygtighed. Nedsætte energien, færre materialer, reducere vandforbrug, energiforbrug Design challenge
22 C2C in buildings Is it a biological or technical nutrient? Are the materials recyclable or compostable? Can it be taken apart? Does your energy come from renewable energy sources? Når vi arbejder med bygninger arbejder vi med de sm principper, men det er bare mere kompliceret. Is the water cleaner when is comes out of your building than when it came in? Are you practicing social responsibility?
24 A building is a material bank Dutch waste company + furniture producers - new concept
25 BIONORICA AG PRODUCERER URTEMEDICIN NYT HOVEDKONTOR BUILDING: BIONORICA NEUMARKT Titanium Oxide - NOX to nitrate, solar cells instead of roof tiles, windows leased, C2C interior, green walls
26 UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, San Francisco, California William McDonough & Partners working on the project
27 Latest research in evidence-based design combined with the leading edge of sustainability practices Access to light and nature from all rooms William McDonough & Partners working on the project
28 e.g. rain/stormwater collection - reuse onsite for landscape irrigation William McDonough & Partners working on the project
29 William McDonough & Partners working on the project
30 Available materials Acceptable materials (<10%)
31 Wastewater, CO2 - alges can be used for making energy via biogas. The rest can be crystallized out as phosphorus, magnesium, nitrate City alge farms Concept developed by Ecoduna
32 Alges can clean hospital waste water Concept developed by Ecoduna
33 Increase biodiversity, clean water and air Ford Motor Company
35 ECO-RETROFITTING: GREEN ROOFS, VERTICAL GARDENS... Et par andre eksempler på bygninger der er med til at rense vand, producere ilt og skabe mere biodiversitet. Samtidig har det også en psykisk positiv effekt - mindre vold og kriminalitet når bygninger er blevet greenet. Fukuoka Building, Japan. Ambasz_fukuoka_green_roof.jpg Musée du quai Branly, Paris
37 LED lighting made fully recyclable and you can lease it, because they want the materials back. BB Lightconcepts
38 How can a building be good? Realdania funded project on developing Cradle to Cradle building manual exemplified through Green Solution House and COWI pavillon
Make products more sustainable www.greenblue.org We see all of these items as an opportunity to create a more sustainable future one product at a time. GreenBlue is a nonprofit that equips business with
Northern Lands Northern Leadership The GNWT Land Use and Sustainability Framework Our Lands, Our Interests, Our Future ii Land is Life Message from the Premier Land is life. It is the link to our past.
Biodiversity and Ecosystem services What are they all about? 1 Why 2 BES 3 Relevant 4 Potential 5 BES 6 Tools 7 Case Contents this guide? 2 What are we talking about? 4 2.1 What is BES? 4 2.2 What factors
The Contribution the ICT Industry Can Make to Sustainable Development A Materiality Assessment by the Global esustainability Initiative April 2008 Prepared by: 1 Dear Colleagues, In response to rapid advances
Sustainable Energy for All: The Business Opportunity A comprehensive analysis of priority actions across 19 industry sectors Contents Foreword Introduction Sustainable Energy for All: Its Value to Global
ECO by Cosentino RECYCLED SURFACES ECO by Cosentino is part of our quest for sustainability. We gather the waste materials that we are all surrounded by to create a product with a composition of 75% recycled
Chapter 4: MEASURING PROGRESS An indicator is something that helps you understand where you are, which way you are going, and how far you are from where you want to be. An effective indicator alerts you
Integrating Biodiversity Conservation into Oil and Gas Development Note to Readers This report, released by the Energy and Biodiversity Initiative (EBI), is the result of a collaborative effort by representatives
The Way we green The city of edmonton s Environmental Strategic Plan Approved by Edmonton City Council July 2011 The Way We Green 2 The City of Edmonton s Environmental Strategic Plan i Vision: 2040 The
This is Superfund A Community Guide to EPA s Superfund Program IF THERE IS A SUPERFUND SITE in your neighborhood, you are probably wondering, what will happen? and, what can I do? This brochure will give
The Natural Choice: securing the value of nature Front cover photograph NTPL/John Millar The Natural Choice: securing the value of nature Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Environment,
what you need to know about food safety SGS Consumer Testing Services FOR CONSUMER PRODUCTS, WE ARE ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW SGS is the world s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
Operational Excellence Management System An Overview of the OEMS Contents 2 4 6 8 14 16 17 Back Cover Operational Excellence Management System Leadership Accountability Management System Process OE Expectations
Towards the Circular Economy: Accelerating the scale-up across global supply chains Prepared in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and McKinsey & Company January 2014 Disclaimer The viewpoints
Developing DECC s Evidence Base January 2014 Crown copyright 2014 You may re-use this information (not including logos) free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government Licence.
Prepared by: Tellus Institute with Sound Resource Management More Jobs, Less Pollution: Growing the Recycling Economy in the U.S. Prepared for: BlueGreen Alliance www.bluegreenalliance.org More Jobs, Less
FEDERAL LEADERSHIP IN HIGH PERFORMANCE and SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING PURPOSE: With this Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), signatory agencies commit to federal leadership in the
One City Built to Last The City of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio Mayor s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability Anthony Shorris, First Deputy Mayor 1 Transforming New York City s Buildings for
HONG KONG BLUEPRINT FOR SUSTAINABLE USE OF RESOURCES 2013 2022 Environment Bureau May 2013 USE LESS, WASTE LESS Contents TITLE PAGE Preface... 1 Summary... 2 1 Our Vision for Sustainable Use of Resources...
Sustainability of products What it s all about 1 Introduction 2 The 3 Managing 4 Evaluating 5 Going Contents 2 1.1 What does the future hold for chemical supply chains? 2 1.2 Planning ahead what can your
Oklahoma First Energy Plan Governor Mary Fallin Secretary of Energy C. Michael Ming 2011 Table of Contents Introduction... 2 Executive Summary... 5 Defining the Energy Landscape... 9 Natural Gas and Oil...
Uniclass A42: N462 CI/SfB (Ajp) (T6) Designing out Waste: a design team guide for buildings Less Waste, sharper design Halving Waste to Landfill Clients are making construction waste reduction a priority
Is Connectivity A Human Right? For almost ten years, Facebook has been on a mission to make the world more open and connected. For us, that means the entire world not just the richest, most developed countries.
Ass e s s i n g th e Env i r o n m e n ta l Impa c t s of Con s u m p t i o n an d Pro d u c t i o n Priority Products and Materials U n i t e d Na t i o n s En v i r o n m e n t Pr o g r a m m e Acknowledgements
Alternative Ways of Providing Water Emerging Options and Their Policy Implications «ENVIRONMENT Advance copy for 5 th World Water Forum FOREWORD Reused water (either reclaimed water or grey water reuse)