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IBSG - 1 Copyright © 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. ICT: Enabling the Sustainable City and Community Monique Meche Director, Global Environment Policy and Sustainability
IBSG - 2 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Vision If it’s Connected to the Internet, it can be Greener MONITOR MANAGE REDUCE Electricity use in offices Appliances in homes Traffic flows in cities
IBSG - 3 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. SMART 2020: ICT Climate Change Solutions According to the SMART 2020 Report, ICT can reduce global emissions up to 15% by 2020: five times its own footprint in 2020 Savings of 7.8 Gt CO 2 e Key requirements to capture opportunity: New Business Models Energy Efficiency ICT/R&D Investments New Ecosystems New Regulatory Models Active Carbon Markets www.smart2020.org
IBSG - 4 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CITIES: FACING CLIMATE CHALLENGES 80% of World’s GHGs Emissions >50% of World’s Population 75% of World’s Energy Consumption Half the world’s population – set to rise to 80% by 2050 Big cities getting bigger....100 new 1M+ cities by 2025 500M urbanized in next 5 years Cities use 75% of the world’s energy and are responsible for 80% GHGs Critical for climate change first response, mitigation and adaptation Easy best practice transfer : less differentiation between ‘North-South’ designations than national governments
IBSG - 5 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. VIDEO Connected Urban Development (CUD)
IBSG - 6 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 5 year Cisco commitment under Clinton Global Initiative, initiated in 2006 Public-Private partnership with Amsterdam, Seoul, San Francisco, Madrid, Lisbon, Birmingham, and Hamburg Objectives: CO 2 - Develop innovative solutions using ICTs to reduce CO 2 emissions -Blueprints, models and practices that help to create successful, connected, attractive and sustainable 21 st century cities -Improve the way cities function through ICT: -give people information to make informed decisions + change behavior -manage cities in more participative way Connected Urban Development (CUD)
IBSG - 7 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Connected Urban Development A Blueprint for Smart and Connected Communities Broadband Platform IP-Enabled Homes and Offices, Roads, Utilities, Workplace Design Sustainable Urban Planning Connected & Sustainable Work Smart Work Centres Digital Swarming & Hub Pavilions Connected Workplaces Connected Workforce Connected & Sustainable Buildings Homes Office Buildings Public Spaces Public Transit Hubs Hospitals and Schools Connected & Sustainable Mobility Smart Transportation Pricing Personal Travel Assistant Connected Public Transit Connected & Sustainable Energy Renewables & Co-Generation Urban Monitoring & Measurement Citizens Energy Efficiency Sustainable Socio - Economics Active Community & Eco Maps Innovative Green Business Models and Sustainability Clusters
IBSG - 8 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco / NASA : Planetary Skin The Problem: Can’t manage what you can’t measure, notably for resources, risks & environmental markets The Solution: A web-Platform capable to : Manage resources productively and effectively (energy, water, land, waste, and infrastructure) Manage risks (related to rises in sea level, affecting coastal infrastructures, drought-related crop yield reductions, and disease proliferation and pandemics) Manage new environmental markets (carbon, water, biodiversity and more) Data collected from space to airborne to terrestrial sensors to people-based networks- to model, predict, analyze and report www.planetaryskin.org Massive global-monitoring system of environmental conditions to enable effective decision making
IBSG - 9 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Large and Global Diverse Students and Communities Students: Age (12-65), Gender (20% female), and Challenging Circumstances Mature and Developing Countries 165+ Countries 900,000+ Students/Year 3,250,000+ Students over 12 Years Cisco Networking Academy Overview Diverse Educational Institutions Entry Level Networking Skills Education Focus: Individuals and Underserved Communities Universities, Community Colleges, Vocational Schools, Secondary Schools, Non-profit Organizations, Second Chance
IBSG - 10 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Students, Growth and Gender by Region (900,000+ Students) U.S. and Canada Europe Latin America Central and Eastern Europe Russia and CIS Middle East Africa AsiaPac - Mature AsiaPac - Emerging and Less Developed Japan 1%-10% 6%8% 19%24% 2%47% 20%7% 8% 14%9% 19%14% Source: AME, jzinn_v1, Snapshot as of Nov 2, 2009 % of Global Total 14% 23% 7%35% 5%21% 28% 31% 9% 14% 17% 31% 19% 17% % % Growth YoY % % Female % % of Worldwide Total
IBSG - 11 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Sustainable Solutions: TelePresence Changing the Way We Work, Live, Play and Learn 1 Flight from SFO to TYO = 98 TelePresence Sessions Travel Avoided 97,543 Meetings Cost Savings $390,000,000 Emissions Saved 210.7 Metric Tons Cars Off the Road 36,546 Source: Cisco TelePresence Executive Metrics Dashboard Time Frame: 158 Weeks
IBSG - 12 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. COP15: Cisco Official Technology Sponsor The greenest, most collaborative climate summit ever Global Climate Change Meeting Platform Connected UN HQ in NY, UNFCCC in Bonn, UN Palais Des Nation in Geneva, UNICC in Geneva, UNEP in Nairobi, Danish Ministry of Climate, 75 Cisco TelePresence rooms, 23 Danish embassies, Govts of Mexico, South Korea, Australia, and France
IBSG - 13 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. ICT Climate Solution Opportunities TransportationDe-materialization Buildings Information Management Smartgrid Sub Sectors Integration and Management of Distributed Power Generation Facility Level GHG Management Congestion Pricing and Management Software for Demand Response Mgmt Vehicle to Grid Charging/Storage Collaboration Software Software Companies Social Networking for Ride/Car Sharing Remote Demand Management Equip Mfgs (HP, Dell, Intel, Ericsson, Nokia) Smart Meter Connectivity Telecoms Distributed Storage Systems/Vehicle 2 Grid Real Time Transfer of Information Broadband Access =>Low(er) Carbon Trans Alternatives Demand Response Integration with IT Equipment Tele- Conference Cloud/Virtualization of Servers Wireless Grid Mgmt Building Energy Management Network Companies Building Energy Monitors/Sensors Route Planning /Goods Mgmt Desktop Virtualization Supply Chain Management and GHG Reporting Energy/GHG Management Dashboards Cloud Server/Virtualization Software Route Planning /Goods Management Tele-Conferenc e Smart Parking & Pricing Systems E-books, e-Music, Digital Photos, Paperless Workspace Home Energy Mgmt Dashboards Smart Appliances
IBSG - 14 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Conclusion ICT enables sustainable cities and communities Developing climate change mitigation and adaptation solutions depends on using ICTs Embrace Technology/ Broadband/Education as enablers for sustainable cities
IBSG - 15 Copyright © 2007-2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. www.connectedurbandevelopment.org www.planetaryskin.org www.blogs.cisco.com/green email@example.com
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