Transcript: Johnson Vansh Green Economy Karran Pawan Joshua Turn off electric items when they are not in use to save energy. A good rule of thumb is that if you aren’t using it, turn it off. This goes for lights, televisions, computers, printers, video game consoles and so on. Use a power strip to control multiple items with the flip of a single switch. You can plug all of your devices into one power source. This is especially useful for computers and entertainment system setups. When you're done, simply turn the power strip off with the switch. If you find that you have a hard time remembering to turn your devices and appliances off, try picking up an outlet timer at your local hardware store or online for as little as $5.00. Set the timer to turn off at the same time each day. Unplug devices whenever possible to limit the flow of electricity. Leaving devices such as laptops, desktop computers, mixer-grinders, ovens, TVs etc., plugged in can use "phantom" energy. Many devices and appliances simply stay on standby or enter a sleep mode when they are turned off. These items still draw electricity when they are in this state. This is especially important if you go on vacation, and for items that you do not anticipate using within the next 36 hours. Adjust the temperature settings in your house. · Set your systems to a slightly lower or higher temperature than it is outside, when you can. This makes it so your systems don’t have to work as hard. Plus, the warmer the heat, the more money it costs; and the same goes for your air conditioner—the colder the air, the more money you spend. · When the winter is too cold to set your thermostat just above the outside temperature, set it at the lowest temperature that is comfortable for your family. · During hot summer weather, set your thermostat at the highest temperature that is comfortable for your family. For example, you might set it at 78 °F (26 °C). Although you might not feel cool, it's far better than 90 °F (32 °C)! · Use a fan or natural ventilation as often as you can to keep cool when it is hot outside. · Wear extra layers and use a blanket to stay warm when it is cold outside. Switch to LED light bulbs in as many lights as you can. LED light bulbs do cost more than conventional light bulbs, but the benefits outweigh the cost. They use 25-85% less energy, last 3-25% longer, and are much better/safer for the environment. When replacing your bulbs, start with the lights that you use the most. Trade in your electric dryer for a good old-fashioned clothesline. Tumble dryers are among the biggest energy-users in most households, after the refrigerator and air conditioner. Air drying your clothes is environmentally friendly and still leaves your clothes smelling fresh. If you do use a dryer, make sure to clean the vent often for efficiency as well as safety.
Transcript: GREEN ECONOMY The green economy is an initiative that the industrial field is starting to follow. It consists in reducing pollution and every kind of environmental impact. What is it? DEFINITION GOALS GOALS OF GREEN ECONOMY - increase in the efficiency of the energy and production . - use of resources and renewable energy. - stop the greenhouse gas emissions. - reduction of local and global pollution. - recycling of domestic and industrial waste The history ORIGINS In the last few years the whole world has experienced lots of natural disasters because of climate change so it is becoming much more necessary to switch to a more sustainable economy. timeline TIMELINE 1972 Stockholm conference 1987 Brundtland Report 1992 Earth Summit and Agenda 21 2012 Rio+20 conference Debate THE DEBATE the major organization are split in two different points of view. pros & cons PROS & CONS some people believe green economy is the next step to a sustainable economy, some people instead, just consider it a new facet of capitalism In Italy Italy invests in green economy green economy should not be considered an expense but an investment. In Italy it has been a successful process towards a green future. DATA DATA IN ITALY - The industries who invested in green economy are increasing every day. - In 2015 the percentage of companies that use the green economy has grown by 36%. - It has a positive impact on employment level - Europe have been recycled over 163 million tons of waste, in which 25 million are italian the 5 principles THE 5 PRINCIPLES OF GREEN ECONOMY 1. The Well-being Principle: a green economy enables all people to create and enjoy prosperity. 2. The Justice Principle: the green economy promotes equity within and between generations. 3. The Planetary Boundaries Principle: the green economy safeguards, restores and invests in nature. 4. The Efficiency and Sufficiency Principle: the green economy is geared to support sustainable consumption and production. 5. The Good Governance Principle: The green economy is guided by integrated, accountable and resilient institutions.
Transcript: Created by Ibrasheva T. and Kassymbaeva S. for Dikhanbayev D.B. ECONOMY GREEN What is it? The current economic model is called the "brown" economy. For the survival and development of humanity requires a transition to a "green" economy. What is it? It is a system of economic activity that enhances our well-being without exposing future generations to environmental risks. Why Green? Do you see it in the future? Is it really needed? Clean technologies, using new innovative approaches, are changing for the better products, technologies and consumer behavior. They give high performance, reduce and even eliminate the negative impact on the environment. Subtopic 2 Subtopic 2 Chart Chart Timeline Timeline TIMELINE #1 #2 #3 #4 Topic 2 How people understand it? Topic 3 EXPO-2017 Topic 4 What can wait for us?
Transcript: Created by: Michal Horčička Kristýna Vaňharová Dominika Novottová GREEN ECONOMY GREEN ECONOMY long development program worries about environment Green Savings program POINTS OF GREEN ECONOMY GREEN ECONOMY renewable energy green buildings water management POINTS OF GREEN ECONOMY sustainable transport land management waste management HISTORY HISTORY at the end of 20th century Limits to Growth climate changes on the planet in 2009 - 34 countries now 2018 - 46 countries PROBLEMS PROBLEMS 1. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT poor regions large population same or better development for all people PROBLEMS 2. ENERGY 10 billion people in 2050 70% people in town 2050 run out of fuel solar panels windmills PROBLEMS 3. AUTOMOTIVE reduction of carbon dioxide to technological minimum electric energy Tesla CONSERVATION OF NATURE CONSERVATION OF THE NATURE hectares of forests the world’s coral reefs mangroves wetlands THE BEST WAY OF PROTECTION PROTECTION quick technological development PROTECTION to keep nature to keep rare kids of animals to keep forests to keep the air clean SOURCES https://www.wri.org/blog/2011/04/qa-what-green-economy-0 http://whygreeneconomy.org/introduction-to-the-green-economy/ http://whygreeneconomy.org/which-green-economy/ http://whygreeneconomy.org/energy/ http://whygreeneconomy.org/natural-capital/ SOURCES Thanks for your attention Thanks for your attention
Transcript: • Increase in green investment • Increase in quantity & quality of jobs in green sectors • Increase in global and local environmental benefits • Decrease in energy/resource use per unit of production • Decrease in greenhouse gas emissions • Decrease in waste and pollution . SOME DEFINITIONS OF GREEN ECONOMY CONCEPTS WHAT IS A GREEN ECONOMY ? Decoupling of unsustainable resource use and environmental impacts from economic growth . A system of economic activities related to the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services that result in improved human well-being over the long term, while not exposing future generations to significant environmental risks and ecological scarcities UNEP’s Working Definition of a Green Economy . . The green economy is defined as an economy that results in reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities, and that aims for sustainable development without degrading the environment. It is closely related with ecological economics, but has a more politically applied focus. GREEN ECONOMY * A low carbon economy: part of a GE measured by the carbon level of economic activities * Green growth: GE growth subject to green conditions as well as focusing on green sectors as new growth engines - growth in a GE is green growth * Green jobs: jobs in green sectors, also known as green collar jobs
Transcript: GREEN ECONOMY REALIZED BY: MARIA PRAMAZZONI FRANCESCA TOMESANI CECILIA VIT DEFINITION JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN THE FUTURE STORY POSITIVE EFFECTS LAWS PURPOSE
Transcript: BUSINESS IN SOLVING SOCIAL PROBLEMS ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL ECONOMIC SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FIRST OF ALL.. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS GOALS QUALITIES: INTEREST IN INVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP, ANALYTICAL THINKERS, PROBLEM SOLVERS, PROFICIENT COMPUTER USE DUTIES: RESEARCH AND INITIATE STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE PROFITS, FIND WAYS TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION SALARY: $62,126 SUSTAINABILITY ADVISOR/CONSULTANT JOB STARBUCKS COFFEE NIKE SOME EXAMPLES Double click to edit TED TALK- The case for letting business solve social problems BENEFITS
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