Презентация на тему: Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,

Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
EFRI and LIFE Clim´Foot proje ct : C limate Governance: Implementing public policies to calculate and reduce organisations' carbon footprint
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg,
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Sustainable & C arbon Economy New O pportunity for Universities Yekaterinburg, 12/ 11 / 20 20 6 th Forum of Academic Fundraising Prof. Saša Žiković, PhD Vice Dean for Science and International Strategic Partnerships Faculty of Economics and Business Rijeka, Croatia

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What does decarbonisation even mean? DECARBONISATION – process through which the share of C in the primary energy is decreased, with the ultimate goal of reaching 0% CO2 emissions – Vision - ensure the production of energy AND all other related production processes without using fossil fuels and idealy ensure 0 CO2 emissions Increase in RES share Energy efficiency Reduction of GHG Energ y efficiency and RES ; recycling ; waste management Forestation, food production control Infrastructure ? Funding sources ? Bio fuels ? Hydrogen ? Lifestyle ? Alimentary habits ? New solutions for increased use of technology and the concept of energy efficiency ?

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Слайд 3: EFRI and LIFE Clim´Foot proje ct : C limate Governance: Implementing public policies to calculate and reduce organisations' carbon footprint

limate Governance: reduce organisations' carbon footprint

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Initiative: To manage the organizational effects related to CO 2 Objective s : using the Bilan Carbon model to : determine our CO 2 emissions, analyse them, manage them in the long term! EFRI in the Life Clim ´ Foot project

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T a ble : EFRI's Carbon Footprint-Related Targets Year Fixed targets Targets Reduction (in tCO 2 e) Predicted carbon footprint (in tCO 2 e) 1 Efficiency number of employees Per employee 2016 Baseline year 9.73 2020 -2.0 % Short-term target - 0,195 9.53 2030 -10.0 % Long-term target - 0,973 8.75 2 Efficiency number of students Per student 2016 Baseline year 0,426 2020 -10.0 % Short-term target - 0,043 0.383 2030 -25.0 % Long-term target - 0,106 0.319 3 Total quantity 2016 Baseline year 991.9 2020 4.1 % Short-term target - 40.7 951.2 2030 15.0 % Long-term target - 148.8 843.1

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Table : CO 2 Emissions per Employee Table : CO 2 Emissions per Student Table : Overview of CO 2 Emissions According to Calculation Scope [1] ( Scope 1) direct emissions (mandatory reporting) – includes all direct emissions from sources controlled by the entity; e.g. means of transport and energy production. [2] ((Scope 2) indirect emissions (mandatory reporting) – emissions from the purchased energy, mainly electricity, heating from heating plants. [3] (Scope 3) indirect emissions (voluntary reporting) – emissions generated by the activity of the entity, e.g. travel, waste. Total emissions Rate of change Number of employees Intensity per employee Rate of change 2016 992 t CO 2 e - 102 9,725 t CO 2 e - 2017 1.019 t CO 2 e +2,7% 100 10,19 t CO 2 e +4,7% 2018 996 t CO 2 e -2,3% 103 9,67 t CO 2 e -5,1% 2019 1.039 t CO 2 e +4,3% 108 9,62 t CO 2 e -0,5% Total emissions Number of students Intensity per student Rate of change Total emissions 2016 992 t CO 2 e - 2.330 0,426 t CO 2 e - 2017 1.019 t CO 2 e +2,7% 2.457 0,414 t CO 2 e -2,8% 2018 996 t CO2e -2,3% 2.463 0,404 t CO 2 e -2,4% 2019 1.039 t CO2e +4,3% 2.727 0,381 t CO 2 e -5,7% 2018 2019 Rate of change tCO 2 e % tCO 2 e % Scope 1 50 5% 54 5% +8,4% Scope 2 60 6% 60 5% 0,0% Scope 3 886 89% 925 89% +4,4% Total 996 100% 1.039 100%

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Figure : CO 2 Emissions by Sources in 201 8 and 201 9 (tCO2e) Figure : CO 2 Emissions in Passenger Transport in 201 8 and 201 9

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Figure : CO 2 Emissions in Input Materials in 201 8 and 201 9

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Globally driven agenda towards reinventing the logic of global economy and nature of capitalism in line with „sustainable” and „green” economical concepts A definite game changer BUT again G10 countries are well positioned to reap the benefits of the new game rules, cement the current state of division between them and the developing Carbon tax is around the corner - dual purpose - a de facto custom duty protecting the most developed countries G10 still control the opinion through their institutions and soft power - especially visible in academia All of us look up to US/UK universities as our benchmarks and crave to end up high on lists such as THE and QS The path for the foreseeable future is set and clear - „ green ” and „ sustainable ” revolution will continue – huge opportunity for Universities to reestablish themselves as key facilitators of this change – 1st movers will brand themselves & reap the biggest rewards

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