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Balance shift


Fragile earth

  • [i] Footprint Network, 2010

  • [ii] The Independent, 20th March 2011, Class exclusive: Seven in 10 of us belong to Middle Britain

  • [iii] World Bank, 2013

  • [iv] SERI, 2010, The material basis of the global economy

  • [v] International Energy Association, 2013

  • [vi] IndexMundi, 2011

  • [vii] World Steel Association, 2012

  • [viii] Business in the Community, 2012. Forces for Change Compendium.

  • [ix] Department for Energy and Climate Change, 2013

  • [x] DEFRA, 2012, Summary of Key Findings from the UK Climate Change Risk Assessment 2012

  • [xi] Air Quality News, January 11th 2013, London areas already exceeding 2013 legal air pollution limits, http://www.airqualitynews.com/2013/01/11/london-areas-alreadyexceeding-2013-legal-air-pollution-limits/

  • [xii] Royal Horticultural Society, 2013. Bees: decline in numbers. http://apps.rhs.org.uk/advicesearch/Profile.aspx?pid=528

  • [xiii] Organizational Change for Natural Capital Management: Strategy and Implementation, 2013, TEEB Business Coalition, Sea Change and Innovastrat.

  • [xiv] WHO Global Health Observatory http://www.who.int/gho/phe/en/


Protection


Transparency


Connectedness


Values shift


Key opportunities

  • [i] Accenture analysis
  • [ii] Accenture analysis

Shared value

  • [i] NetImpact, 2012, Talent Report: What Workers Want 2012

  • [ii] Accenture analysis. £3bn could be saved from reduced hiring costs based on a successful reduction in staff turnover. A further £26 billion could be realised from increased productivity, however, this benefit could be double counted across other innovation areas, if increased productivity is directly due to those innovations.

  • [iii] Based on non-SME companies in the UK only.

  • [iv] £3 bn could be saved from reduced hiring costs based on a successful reduction in staff turnover. A further £26 billion could be realised from increased productivity, however, this benefit could be double counted across other innovation areas, if increased productivity is directly due to those innovations.

  • [v] http://www.mitie.com/sustainability/real-apprentice

  • [vi] The Guardian Online, 16th May 2013, intu Chapelfield: retail therapy for prisoners http://www.guardian.co.uk/sustainable-business/chapelfield-retail-therapy-for-prisoners

  • [vii] Porter et al., 2011, Measuring Shared Value: How to Unlock Value by Linking Social and Business Results


More with less

  • [i] Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012. Low Carbon and Environmental Goods and Services, Report for 2010/11

  • [ii] Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012. Low Carbon and Environmental Goods and Services, Report for 2010/11

  • [iii] Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012. Low Carbon and Environmental Goods and Services, Report for 2010/11. Figures adjusted for inflation and predicted growth. Figures exclude the categories of recovery and recycling, and waste management (included instead under ‘Circular Economy’).

  • [iv] DEFRA and Oakdene Hollins, 2011, The Further Benefits of Business Resource Efficiency. Figures adjusted for inflation

  • [v] DEFRA and Oakdene Hollins, 2011, The Further Benefits of Business Resource Efficiency. Figures adjusted for inflation.

  • [vi] (top) Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012. Low Carbon and Environmental Goods and Services, Report for 2010/11. Figures adjusted for inflation and predicted growth. Figures exclude the categories of recovery and recycling, and waste management (included instead under ‘Circular Economy’).
    (bottom) DEFRA and Oakdene Hollins, 2011, The Further Benefits of Business Resource Efficiency. Figures adjusted for inflation.

  • [vii] DEFRA and Oakdene Hollins, 2011, The Further Benefits of Business Resource Efficiency

  • [viii] Marks & Spencer, 2012, Key lessons from the Plan A business case, http://corporate.marksandspencer.com/documents/publications/2012/plan_a_report_2012.pdf


Circular economy

  • [i] Estimated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation for the consumer goods industry in the EU and the UK. Figures based on the turnover of the industry, multiplied by a ratio to obtain the UK contribution to potential cost savings.

  • [ii] Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012. Low Carbon and Environmental Goods and Services, Report for 2010/11. Figures are for the categories of recovery and recycling, and waste management. Figures adjusted for inflation and predicted growth.

  • [iii] Ellen MacArthur Foundation, 2013, Towards the Circular Economy: Volume 2

  • [iv] Ellen MacArthur Foundation, 2013, Towards the Circular Economy: Volume 2

  • [iv] (top) Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012. Low Carbon and Environmental Goods and Services, Report for 2010/11. Figures are for the categories of recovery and recycling, and waste management. Figures adjusted for inflation and predicted growth.
    (bottom) Estimated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation for the consumer goods industry in the EU and the UK. Figures based on the turnover of the industry, multiplied by a ratio to obtain the UK contribution to potential cost savings.

  • [v] Accenture analysis

  • [vi] Marks & Spencer, 2012, Key lessons from the Plan A business case, http://corporate.marksandspencer.com/documents/publications/2012/plan_a_report_2012.pdf


New consumption models

  • [i] Future Foundation and Zipcar, 2012, Pay-As-You-Live: The Business of Sharing in the UK

  • [ii] Future Foundation and Zipcar, 2012, Pay-As-You-Live: The Business of Sharing in the UK

  • [iii] Botsman, R. & Rogers, R., 2010, What’s mine is yours: The Rise of Collaborative Consumption. Harper Business, USA. Figure adjusted for inflation, assuming 3% annual growth since 2010.

  • [iv] http://www.o2.co.uk/health/healthcareorg

  • [v] eBay 2012 Annual Financial Reports

  • [vi] According to ZipCar’s website


Transparency and engagement

  • [i] Co-operative Bank, 2012, Ethical Consumerism Report 2012. Ethical savings and investment make up two thirds of the market. Figure adjusted for inflation. Growth from 2011 to 2012 projected based on historical growth rates.

  • [ii] Co-operative Bank, 2012, Ethical Consumerism Report 2012.

  • [iii] Accenture analysis

  • [iv] Accenture analysis

  • [v] (top) Co-operative Bank, 2012, Ethical Consumerism Report 2012. Ethical savings and investment make up two thirds of the market. Figure adjusted for inflation. Growth from 2011 to 2012 projected based on historical growth rates.
    (bottom) Accenture analysis, based on assumptions in reduced cost of goods sold, avoided recall costs, and improved asset management from visibility and traceability programmes.


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