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3 B&Q – small steps over time – driven by the label. 10% of world’s productive forests FSC’ed - Marks and Spencer - Wyevale Garden Centres WWF Buyers’ Group

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6 One solution inspires others:

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10 “ACCPE Toolbox” Success stories – issue specific, bespoke for product

11 Different tools over time to drive change Choice editing = no to G’s to C’s

12 Richmond Parking fees Road tax banding £25 congestion charge Different tools over time Choice editing = no to G’s to C’s

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15 15% - brewing 4% - malting 81% - Manufacture packaging (Distribution?) 0.2% - crop production BUT - Foot-printing is vital to drive the right decisions…

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20 The Stuff Debate If everyone in the world used the same amount of stuff as we do in UK … Finite limits of everything!

21 FSC was about Finite Limits

22 FISS – Sustainable Food = balance between:

23 Does this help…

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25 Business and public policy drives change – not the consumer….

26 Different labels are different for a reason

27 Richmond Parking fees Road tax banding £25 congestion charge Different tools over time Choice editing = no to G’s to C’s

28 Product Roadmaps (clothes, cars, lighting… 10x) DEFRA Leading the way Label Choice editing Standards Product Roadmaps

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30 Food preparation?

31 Product use…

32 “ Boil what you need” “Boil what you need…”

33 “ Boil what you need” “Boil what you need…”

34 Not just energy related…

35 What about use? Co2 labelled peat is coming! Carbon to dig and move peat to store – included Carbon from decay of peat – not included Decay = x4 more Co2

36 Labelling – should not be a distraction for better solutions

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38 And everyone’s going green Nuclear?

39 Do offsets and labels fit together?

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43 “Law of unintended consequences”

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