Sustainable business: $40 trillion green tech boom will help save world

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Sustainability / Environment Keynotes

Reengineering the future. How to change the future as part of business strategy to create a better world and a more profitable one. New digital channels, twitter, facebook and other social networks. Drivers of future economies. Concerns about sustainability, using less resources, and $40 trillion green technology book (see Sustainagility book). Corporate and social responsibility as away to improve brand, image, marketing, sales, pricing, competitive advantage and market share. When energy costs rise, big financial incentives to make business more energy and resource efficient. Ethical ...

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How Green IT saves money and energy, improves image and environment - keynote

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Sustainability / Environment Keynotes

Green IT for different reasons. Pollution in manufacturing or disposal. Save energy costs. IT directors pressure to save money, increase efficiency. meet environmental standards do all at almost zero cost, if capital outlay on Green IT offset against savings in future.

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Water Wars Risk? Q&A with Patrick Dixon - Futurist Keynote Speaker

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Sustainability / Environment Keynotes

Q via www.twitter.com on risk of conficts over water shortages. Political challenges over water supply. Could war result? Environmental challenges of growing population and climate change. How water shortages could be solved.

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How Green is Your IT? Save cost, better image, future strategy

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Sustainability / Environment Keynotes

People talk about Green IT for different reasons. Some worry about pollution in manufacturing or disposal. Others just want to save energy costs. IT directors are under huge pressure to save money, increase efficiency and meet environmental standards – and the good news is that they can do all this at almost zero cost, if capital outlay on Green IT is offset against savings in future years. Many corporations are rapidly changing their hardware, using better software, improving the operating environment, increasing recycling and encouraging users to work more efficiently. “Greening of IT” is not only paying for itself in many cases, but can also improve corporate image, customer loyalty, staff retention and productivity. Greatest impact is more likely when different teams work together: IT, real estate management, marketing, corporate affairs and human resources. For example, if the electricity bill for an entire office block is paid centrally, there may be no financial incentive for the IT department to buy new equipment, paid for out of reduced electricity bills

 

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Global Warming: green technology will help world

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Sustainability / Environment Keynotes

Global warming video Climate change and how innovation in energy saving, reducing carbon use and so on will help with climate change.

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Economic Growth Limits? Sustainability. FUTURIST Q&A

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future of Sustainability / Environment Keynotes

Q to www.twitter.com Are there limits to economic growth? Are growth targets by national governments sustainable? Impact on environment and society of uncontrolled economic growth? Resource implications in economy and planning by governments? Question via Twitter to Futurist keynote conference speaker Patrick Dixon

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