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1 2014 INTERNATIONAL INTERACTION SUMMIT SUMMARY COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 1

2 –The City of OttawaThe City of Ottawa –Saint Brigid’s Centre for the ArtsSaint Brigid’s Centre for the Arts –Isabelle Bradbury Architect/NomadimIsabelle Bradbury Architect/Nomadim –National Research CouncilNational Research Council Carleton Carleton University –Brookfield Johnson ControlsBrookfield Johnson Controls –Canadian Wood CouncilCanadian Wood Council –Canadian Precast Prestressed/Concrete InstituteCanadian Precast Prestressed/Concrete Institute –Minto GroupMinto Group –Ottawa Regional Society of ArchitectsOttawa Regional Society of Architects –Tandus-CentivaTandus-Centiva –Windmill DevelopmentsWindmill Developments …TO ALL OF OUR HOSTS AND SPONSORS

3 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 3 Participants and volunteers Dr Bob Abell Craig Bennell Andres Bernal, Ellis Don Meagan Cameron, Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Shelley Carroll, Toronto Councilor Lyndell Coates, City of Ottawa Sheila Dempsey Ryan Dick, GIGA Marianne Dupont and Marcqus Laver, in tempo design Heloise Hemdon Sara Gilani, Carleton University Celeste Irvine-Jones, Creative Friction Jacob Halcomb, UNEP-SBCI Darryl Hood, CSV Architects Robin Hutchison, Arborus Jay Illingworth, EPRA Deborah Jackett Simpson Louise Lalonde, CoCreation Kristen Macken, Colliers International Liza Medek, NRC Alison Minato, Minto Liam O’Brien, Carleton University Stephen Pope, SF Pope Consulting Aneel Rangi, Canadian Construction Association Adam Robertson, Canadian Wood Council Marie-Andrée Roy, Bernard Benoit Project Management Cathy Rust, BEC Green Michael Trevail, ACTT Installation Byron Trevail Teno West, Pannone Devereaux Lopes West Penny Turnbull Michael Vanderpool, Environment Canada Eva Zacios, Rick Zaporzan, NRC

4 MISSION 2030 HIGHLIGHTS

5 The CRI Council first unique and unifying zero waste strategy, challenging old ways of thinking, designing and developing communities. In Mission 2030, waste is viewed as a potential resource with a value to be realized, rather than as a problem to be dealt with.

6 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 6 A call-to-action for zero construction, renovation and demolition waste to landfill by 2030.

7 Sustainable development meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Ref.: Brundtland Commission – World Commission on the Environment & Development … Sustainable waste management means using materials efficiently to cut down on waste production. And, when generated, dealing with it in a way that actively contributes to the economic, social and environmental goal of sustainable development. Social Bearable Equitable Sustainable Viable Environmental Economical

8 Mission 2030 Drives 1.Integrated Waste Management Planning –Thereby Corporate Responsibility As Imperative Best Practice (should be law) 2.Integrated Resource Management Planning –Thereby Corporate Social Responsibility As 1.Value Creation 2.Risk and Opportunity Management 3.Corporate Philanthropy 3.The Need for Sustainable Development, thereby –Integrated External Engagement –Integrated Reporting COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 8

9 Integrated Reporting: is a process founded on integrated thinking, resulting in periodic integrated reporting by an organization, on value creation over time and related communications regarding aspects of value creation. An integrated report is a concise communication about how an organization’s strategy, governance, performance and prospects, in the context of its external environment, lead to the creation of value in the short, medium and long term. The IIRC was formed by Prince of Wales’ Accounting for Sustainability Project (A4S) and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) in April Read more: reporting-framework-proposed/#ixzz3JaVsmMnX 9

10 THE MISSION 2030 Award Winning and Recognized Change Initiative –Regional to International Engagement and Partnerships Education Programs –Adaptable and Accessible Research on Innovations Communications Tools and Support –Waste Saver Mobile App –Crowd Sourced ‘Living’ Reference Guide Increasing Interest –Regional to International – Quality International BOD COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 10

11 The Market Motivation Rapidly changing global markets Information overload & sources Complex interdependent systems Social Media - P2P (peer-to-peer) Education - Innovation Regulations and other Interventions Competition 11 Potential Platforms Public Crowd Engagement Private Expert Engagement Living Labs (i.e.: MIT Climate CoLab; UNEP 10YFP) Guiding Principles Unused Value is Wasted Value Waste = Food Access Not Ownership Transparent and Open Data Trust Urban Density Favors Mesh

12 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 12 Developments are fundamentally different than when the industrial revolution started – when planned obsolescence became an accepted norm. ‘'Technological, individual, behavioral and other small scale fixes do not address the larger processes that define and create modern waste’’ Reference: 2014 Modern Waste an Economic Strategy article by Max Liborion INTEGRATED REPORTING IS IMPERATIVE

13 MOVING FORWARD COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 13

14 , COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 14 INTEGRATION PROGRAM An Imperative Fundamental Collaborative Initiative to Eliminate the Concept of Building Waste. “Integration is not a dreamland of endless possibilities with revolutionary marketing results at the end of a rainbow. It’s an ongoing process made up of many discrete but valuable steps, each contributing to the greater cause. ” David Elridge, Assistant Editor of the Politics Desk, The Washington Time, 1999

15 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 15 WHERE Global - North America * - Indo-China - Africa - Other regions WHO: By the CRI Council For All Stakeholders: - Authorities - Businesses - Communities - Individuals WHAT: Enabling - CRD Protocol - CRD Agreement - Development Progress Report - Development Protocol WHEN: Integration Influence Innovation Integrated INTEGRATION PROGRAM ELIMINATING THE ‘CONCEPT’ OF BUILDING WASTE BY 2030 An ambitious goal, made possible through collaborative efforts, systemic thinking, creative intelligence and world-class leadership

16 16 OPERATING CULTURES Change Levers VISION of Integrated Communities as a Value must be communicated often STRUCTURES or processes permitting radical stakeholder engagement must exist and be in alignment with others. SYSTEMS supporting the core activities or problem solving must have interrelated sets of procedures TECHNOLOGIES/TOOLS used to transform generative inputs into outputs must be accessible and scalable SKILLS/QUALITIES for duty of care across those in the supply chain, leadership, communications and education must include creative and constructive MODERN WASTE Change Levers INTEGRATION AS A SOCIO-ECONOMICAL STRATEGY: to ensure healthy and thriving communities, as it considers the impacts of consumption, production and disposal patterns on our environment and thereby our health and safety TONNAGE must become only one of the assessment factors in resource/waste management planning. TOXICITY from products and manufacturing must be eliminated. HETEROGENEITY must only be acceptable if a pragmatic plan is in place for recovery. EXTERNALIZATION and infrastructure must be addressed in our responsibility and report programming. MANAGING DUELING PRIORITIES

17 17 Integrated Reliable Communication Systems Ubiquitous Information: SWMP; EPD; EPR; CSR; IEE; IR Accessible Accelerated Operations or Transformation Socialized Innovation & Engineering Addressing LCI Collaborative Differentiation & Sustainable Growth INTEGRATION CREATES VALUE Time and Cost Savings for Creative Intelligence Resulting in Quality Innovation Led Growth and Collaboration Led Efficiency

18 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 18 PRODUCTS Waste Saver Mobile AP, Resource Management Tools, Reference Guide, Education Programs; Signage… SERVICES Wide-Ranging Professional Support to Transform and Create Integrated, Healthy and Thriving Communities. i.e.: Design Charettes PROJECTS Resource management Protocol; Construction Resource Use Pilot; Research; Co-Op Infrastructure, Campaign Provide Integrative Products and Services Promote Integrative Systems Enable Integrative Product and Project Development The Integration Program generates change value. The collaborative business approach will sustain the stakeholder value.

19 PROJECT PRIORITIES 19 INTERNATIONAL PROTOCOL To eliminate the ‘concept’ of building waste by 2030 EFFECTIVE AND CREATIVE COMMUNICATION …is a missing corner stone of the sustainable movement. Yet, it has the power to engage, motivate, inform, alter attitudes and control processes. The protocol will be an extremely important communication tool to all partners and stakeholders. INTEGRATION AND EDUCATION …go hand in hand. In the words of Nelson Mandela, ‘’Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world’’. The protocol will serve to educate as it will provide invaluable information on sustainable resource and waste management. COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH AND PILOT PROJECTS …, are key to gather the necessary reliable and consistent data. Thus, the protocol will provide: background, eligibility, desired outcome, search methods, pilot (trial) details and relationships, analysis plan, management coordination and publication policy.

20 PROPOSED COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH AND PILOT PROJECTS 20 Pilot on Effective and Creative Communication Objective Advance the development of the following tools already in progress, to serve both as communication and education tools. - Waste Saver Mobile App The BETA Version is available for free download for iOS and android where users in Canada and US will be able to find: * Recovery Facilities * Key References * Supporters * FAQ’s Helpful Hints – especially on prevention - Insight and Integration position paper: - Living Reference Guide Why, How and What does all this mean… guide.pdf. Integration and Education Programs Objective Provide accessible education to all; facilitating communication Courses Readily Available Automated courses – by the Automated Learning Corporation: - Lean Manufacturing - Lean Health Care - Lean Certification Workshops delivered by the CRI Council, or kit with options such as ‘train-the-trainer’ – developed by the Fios Group in collaboration with industry professionals - Waves of Change for Design Professional To be created as series and available for including in training or pre-approved with respective organizations for accreditation or continuing education (LEED, Goldseal, IDC, OAA, etc.) - Lean Integrative Strategies, Policies and Delivery - Lean Integrative Design - Lean Integrative Construction - Lean Integrative Deconstruction - Lean Integrative Lighting Design

21 PROPOSED COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH AND PILOT PROJECTS 21 Pilot on Construction Resource Use In Collaboration with UNEP-SBCI, Universities, Municipalities, Developers and NGO’s Greening the Building Material Supply Chain – Ph II Objectives: - Mapping of the relevant policies and practices impacting consumption, production, and disposal in construction. (e.g. construction site management practices, landfill tipping fees, temporary utility tariffs, non-potable water use for construction, available recovery services and infrastructure, trade (NAFTA), ethics, etc.) - Assessing to better understand their relative impacts and resource use from various construction types - Begin to gather important data on construction waste generated and the generation point (concept, design, construction) - Assist in identifying potential policy actions and practices, to reduce impact or contribute to fostering conservation efforts. Sustainable Public Procurement In Collaboration with UNEP-10YFP, Universities, Governments, Design, Construction and Supply Chain Stakeholders, NGO’s Objectives: - Build the case for SPP: improve the knowledge on SPP and its effectiveness as a tool to promote sustainable consumption and production; support greener economies; sustainable development. - Support the implementation of SPP on the ground through increased collaboration, and better access to capacity building tools and support through SPP experts. Work Areas: - Implementing SPP on the Ground - Assessing Implementation and Impacts - Addressing barriers to SPP implementation and Promoting Innovative Solutions - Collaborating with the private sector

22 INTERNATIONAL scrap2ART CONTEST The International Scrap2ART contest launch was impressive with a: Silent Auction Information on the contest Amazing Entertainment with the……. Special Thanks to Committee Volunteers Marianne Dupont (Contest Chair) and Marcqus Laver, in tempo design Celeste Irvine Jones, Creative Friction Eva Zacios, Prismatique, ISA, Momentum Jillian Garvin Durkin, Lumilux Turkil Louise Lalande, coCreations Contest Objectives: Integrate the building industry with the art community to raise awareness of Mission 2030 and the importance of collaborative creativity Submittal Deadline: February 14, 2015 Details: 22

23 MORE DETAILS COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 23

24 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 24 SYSTEMIC THINKING

25 RAISE AWARENESS OF THE NEED FOR CHANGE 25 AUTHORITIES All Levels of Governments Not for Profits/ Non Governmental BUSINESSES Small Medium Large Regional to International COMMUNITIES International Bodies Organizations/ Charities INDIVIDUALS Consumers Leaders/Managers Workers/Laborers I N T E G R A T E D E X T E R N A L E N G A G E M E N T

26 BUILD THE DESIRE TO UNLOCK POTENTIAL INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE BUSINESS 26 Extractive Extracts ValueHeroPassive AdmirerInvisibleProduct Generative Collaborative Shares Value Enabler of Others Active Participant Visible Collaborative Platform Generative Enabling Unlocks Value in Others Incubator of Others ‘Share-Holder’SharedJoint Venture Business Brand Customer Producer Proposition

27 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 27 CRI COUNCIL Sharing how making small changes in initial conditions results in significantly differently outcomes. PARTNERS Re-evaluate their Supply/Valu e Chain SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERS Transform SHARE KNOWLEDGE ON HOW TO TRANSFORM…

28 ENABLE TO IMPLEMENT THE CHANGE 28 SKILLS/QUALITIES...exhibited - particularly those in leadership positions - in terms of communication, leadership and sources of power’’ STRUCTURES The ways in which people, roles and activities are ordered, in terms of the extent in which they permit (or restrict) influence, empowerment and employee involvement. TECHNOLOGIES The methods used to transform inputs into outputs, in terms of various job design characteristic and the degree of interdependence among people. SYSTEMS The interrelated sets of procedures used to support the core activities or solve problems, (i.e.: human resource management, appraisal, reinforcement and goal-setting systems) VISION + CAUSAL FACTORS = OP The Levers of Change, affecting the operating cultures; Thereby the Outcomes Health and Safety; Education and Community Support; Greening…

29 WHO: The CRI Council COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 29 Our Executive President, Renée Gratton, RG Integration & Associates Vice-President, Cathy Rust, BEC Green Treasurer, Michael Trevail, ACTT Installation Our Directors Andres Bernal, Ellis Don; Canada Ryan Dick, GIGA; China & North America Dr Peter Denton, Red River College, Canada Dr Mark Gorgolewski, Ryerson University, Canada Peter Laybourn, International Synergies, UK Kristen Macken, Colliers International, US Joël Rochefort, CPCI (Canadian Precast/Prestressed Concrete Association); Canada Marie-Andrée Roy, BBPM (Bernard Benoit Project Management; Canada Teno West, Pannone, Lopes Devereaux, West; US

30 WHO: The CRI Council Allies and Major Partners COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 30 Design Associations: –IDC - Interior Designers of Canada –OAA - Ontario Association of Architects –ORSA - Ottawa Regional Society of Architects –RAIC - Royal Architectural Institute of Canada l Architecture Canada Other Organizations: –BOMA - Building Owners and Managers Association; Toronto Chapter –CPCI – Canadian Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute –CWC – Canadian Wood Council –NZWC – National Zero Waste Council –United Nations Environments Programs – SBCI; GPWM -Sustainable Buildings and Climate Initiative Developers Supply Chain Stakeholders –Minto- BJ Millaire –Nomadim- Modern Niagara –Windmills - Tandus - Tremco

31 REVIEWMISSION2030RESULTS 2012: Saught INspiration WHEN 2015: Launch the INtegration Program Collaboratively, draft a Protocol (roadmap) to 2030; begin voluntary data collection 2011: INitiated 2013: Join IN the Action 2014: INteraction 2017 INfluence Sustainability Strategies w/Protocol Agreement Driving Responsibility Programs, Collaboration and Reporting 2025: System INnovation Review, report and adjust reinforce to sustain the change

32 WHERE: Starting With First World Regions Mindful of Global Impacts and Responsibilities 32

33 33 CRI Council & UNEP United Nations Environment Programme Division of Technology, Industry and Economics Sustainable Consumption and Production Branch SBCI Sustainable Building and Climate Initiative Materials and Water TAC Construction Resource Use Pilot 16 GPWM Global Partnership on Waste Management Waste Minimization… 10YFP (Ten Year Framework Programme) Consumer Information Sustainable Building and Construction Sustainable Public Procurement…

34 34 HOW: By addressing the processes that define and create construction waste

35 HOW: By applying the Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) principles used in sustainable development projects, we can maximize our limited financial and human resources and find more synergies making our operating system more efficient. 35

36 36 HOW: By collaborating to address big issues or design and deliver major projects

37 HOW: By exploring scalable projects to meet our partner’s wide- ranging needs and capacities 37

38 HOW: By coming together and assembling the right team for your project Ref.: Natural Capitalism – Creating the Next Industrial Revolution; Amory Lovins & Hunter Lovins 38 Optimize whole systems Account for all measurable benefits Take the right steps, at the right time & in the right sequence Tunnel through barriers Find greater savings

39 HOW: by working effectively with others to maximize our resources and influence market dynamics, to ensure clean cycles and safe final sinks for safety of all. COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 39

40 CRITICAL NEXT STEPS 2015: CRD Protocol Drafting and Board Meeting –Date and Location to be determined – Ideally part of a conference by others in which we can be part of, or make time for…– i.e Canada Green Building Council, Toronto, June 2-4 Wastecon, Florida, August ISWA (International Solid Waste Association) Congress, Antwerp Belgium; September 6-7, 2015; possibly combined with ia trade mission UNEP-SBCI (Sustainable Building and Climate Initiative) FALL (date and location unknown) Canadian Stewardship Conference, Banff, September 30, : Responsibility Program Pilot Start for Major Materials –Site Material –Concrete –Wood –Drywall –Carpet –Roofing –Furnishings 40

41 Renée Gratton Construction Resource Initiatives Council RG Integration and Associates Inc Ottawa, Canada. T.: OR Cathy Rust BEC Green COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 41 Need More Info?


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