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How living paperless could change your life

My talk at TEDxBerlin in September 2015
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Dominic Stühler

on 9 November 2016

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Transcript of How living paperless could change your life

1500 BC
3000 BC
0 AD
NOW
LIVING PAPERLESS
?
WHY
AREN'T YOU
WHY
DO YOU KEEP ALL THOSE BOOKS
?
3
34
169
%
of employees
print
their emails
before reading
%
of company
revenue
for
paper documents
million €
thrown away without even been read. That's around
500.000
7,8 kWh of
power
2,1 kg of
wood
WHAT
DOES MY LIFE LOOK LIKE
?
my
cluttered
desk
my last
pile
work
wherever I want
WHAT
WILL OUR SOCIETY LOOK LIKE

?
find everything
within seconds
Laptop
Tablet
Phone
have a
free mind
37,2 l of
water
40%
of all trees are used for
paper production
LIVING PAPERLESS
could change your life
It all began with
a lot of books
and a lot to many movements I had to make during my studies at the university. My flats were always full with
a lot of stuff
but I had little to no money in my bank account and worst of all
I felt caged
.
by dominic andré
stühler

what
family and friends
thought...
32,2
79,3
125,7
157,2
194,3
220,0
252,7 kg
1950
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
2006
today
8 times

more use of paper
in kg per person
per year than in
1950
in germany
according to Greenpeace, March 2012
that's what we need for
our daily use
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