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Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

Istituto Des Ambrois – Oulx, Italy


We come from

We come from...


A closer look

A closer look...


Our school outside

Our School... outside


Our school inside

Our School... inside


Here we are

Here we are!!!


At school

At school


At school1

At school


At school2

At school


Sustainability

Sustainability

Let's start!


What is sustainability

What is Sustainability?

Development that satisfies our present needs without putting at risk the capacity of future generations to satisfy their own needs

  • 1987: “Our Common Future” (Brundtland report) tells us for the first time about “sustainable development”

  • 2012: Heart Summit: a green sustainable economy

  • Aspects of environmental sustainability:

    • The use of natural resources

    • The emission of waste products into the environment

    • Limitating the natural resources of the planet

    • Habits, behaviour and cultural aspects


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

What is Sustainability?

  • Inter-generational Sustainability

    • Use responsable of resources

    • Preservation of ecosystems and biodiversity

    • Keeping of natural balances

    • Role of science and technology.

  • Intra-generational Sustainability

    • Access to resourses guaranteed to all people.

    • Equitable distribution of wealth

    • Responsability of treating of wastes and slags.

    • Non-violent management in conflicts.


Sustainability a definition

Sustainability: a definition

  • There isn't a definition of Sustainability accepted all over the world.

  • Sustainability can be read as a body of knowledge, behaviours and actions which- taken individually or collectively- allow humanity to live indefinitely in harmony with natural systems that host.


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

One World, many paths to Sustainability

Energy

production

Economy

Behaviours,

Culture,

Lifestyles

Sustainability

Indicators of

Sustainability

Natural

resources


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

One World, many paths to Sustainability

Energy

production

Economy

Behaviours,

Culture,

Lifestyles

Sustainability

Indicators of

Sustainability

Natural

resources

Agriculture

Fishing

Industry

Settlements

Trade


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

One World, many paths to Sustainability

Energy

production

Economy

Behaviours,

Culture,

Lifestyles

Sustainability

Indicators of

Sustainability

Natural

resources

Fossil fuels

Nuclear energy

Renewable sources

Savings on energy


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

One World, many paths to Sustainability

Energy

production

Economy

Behaviours,

Culture,

Lifestyles

Sustainability

Indicators of

Sustainability

Natural

resources

Consumptions

Wastes

Green-thinking

Policies

Equity

Human Rights

Nonviolence


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

One World, many paths to Sustainability

Energy

production

Economy

Behaviours,

Culture,

Lifestyles

Sustainability

Indicators of

Sustainability

Natural

resources

Water

Soil

Forests

Biodiversity

Climate


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

One World, many paths to Sustainability

Energy

production

Economy

Behaviours,

Culture,

Lifestyles

Sustainability

Indicators of

Sustainability

Natural

resources

WHAT is sustainable?

Ecological footprint

Biocapacity


An activity about natural resources

An activity about natural resources!!!


How much water

How much water???

If all the water on the planet was contained in this acquarium which holds 100 litres…

…what would the volume of natural water corrispond to?

…how much natural water is available?

…and how much drinking water?


How much water1

How much water???

If all the water on the planet was contained in this acquarium which holds 100 litres…

Natural water:3 litres

Available natural water:0.5 litres

Drinking water:0,003 litres


Sustainable development nachhaltigkeit

Wie lernt und wie lehrt man das?

Es ist nicht genug neue Technologien oder politische Massnahmen zu treffen um die Mentalität der Leute zu ändern.

Man braucht ein Jahrzehnt um die Leute der nachhaltigen Entwicklung zu bilden.

Sustainable development - Nachhaltigkeit

How to learn and how to teach it?

  • There aren't enough new technologies or political measures to change the minds of the people.

  • It needs a decade of education towards sustainable development.


Sustainable development nachhaltigkeit1

Verbreitung von dem Begriff der Nachhaltigkeit, zum Beispiel in Deutschland schon in den '70er Jahren.

Sustainable development- Nachhaltigkeit

  • Spreading of sustainable culture, for example , in Italy and other countries, from '70s.

At school

Experiences

with nature

for children

Erfahrungen

schon mit den

kleinen Kindern

in der Natur

Architecture

In der

Schule

In der

Architektur

Education about

Nuclear energy

Thinking

of Green economy

Kern der

Bildung

Grünes

denken


Nuclear energy kernkraft

Vorteile

Wenig CO2- Emission Umweltfreunlich.

Entlastung des Ol-Nachfrage Olpreis bleibt konstant

Hohere Produktion der Energie

Nuclear energy - Kernkraft

Advantages

  • Less CO2- Emission environmentally friendly

  • Decreased demand for oil the price of oil remains constant

  • Much energy is produced


Nuclear energy kernkraft1

Nachteile

Radioaktiv und gefärlich.

Keine Platz fur die Abfall auf den ganzen Welt.

Kein Schutz gegen Terrorismus

Neuen Bauen sehr teuer.

Wenn Unfall = Katastrofe Tschernobyl

Nuclear energy- Kernkraft

Disadvantages

  • Radioactivity is dangerous

  • There aren't any places in the world for all the radioactive waste.

  • The danger of nuclear energy stations being attacked by terrorists.

  • They cost a lot of money.

  • If any accident happens then it is a disaster.For example Cernobyl.


An indicator of sustainability

An indicator of Sustainability

Ecological Footprint


Ecological footprint

Ecological Footprint

  • The Ecological Footprint is a measure of human demand on the Earth's ecosystems. It compares human demand with planet Earth's ecological capacity to regenerate.

  • It represents the amount of biologically productive land and sea area needed to regenerate the resources a human population consumes and to absorb and render harmless the corresponding waste.

  • Source: Wikipedia

An indicator of Sustainability


Human activities and biocapacity

Human activities and Biocapacity

Biocapacity refers to the capacity of a given biologically productive area to generate an on-going supply of renewable resources and to absorb its spillover wastes.

Unsustainability occurs if the area’s ecological footprint exceeds its biocapacity.


Global ecological footprint

Global ecological footprint

Source: WWF, Living Planet Report 2008 – data related to year 2005


What about us

What about us?


Our journey emissions

Our journey emissions

  • Calculation of emissions due to our international journey from Italy to Finland

  • We calculate emissions of:

    • Carbon dioxide (CO2)‏

    • Nitrogen oxides (NOx)‏

    • Particulate

  • Data are calculated for each traveler

  • Calculation tool:

    • www.travelfootprint.org


Our journey

Milan – Riga km: 1637.7

Riga - Turku

km: 411.7

Turku – Oulu

km: 516.1

Our journey

Milan – Oulu km: 2565.5


Emissions milan riga

Emissions: Milan - Riga

CO2: 387.7 kg

NOx + PM: 527.5 g


Emissions riga turku

Emissions: Riga - Turku

CO2: 97.5 kg

NOx + PM: 132.6 g


Emissions turku oulu

Emissions: Turku - Oulu

CO2: 122.2 kg

NOx + PM: 166.2 g


Our journey emissions per capita

CO2 (Kg)

NOx+PM (g)

Milan

Oulu

607.4

826.3

Oulu

Milan

607.4

826.3

Total

1214.8

1652.6

Our journey emissions (per-capita)‏

Emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and particulates


Our journey emissions1

Our journey emissions

  • Italians (7 persons) are responsible for these total emissions:

    • CO2: 8.5 tons

    • NOx + PM: 11.5 kg


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

Do I consume wisely???

Resultate

Fangen klein an!

Grosses

Ersparnisse

Veränderungen

Ein einzelner Fels ist wie ein Tropfen auf heiβem Stein.

Bitte! Mache etwas mit!

Was soll ich erwarten, wenn ich etwas schlechtes mach?

Nicht Gutes! Mutter Natur.

Um einer Tisch zu bauen braucht man einen Baum.

Um ein Buch zu drucken braucht man einen Baum?

NEIN nicht mal ein Blett

Benutze Altpapier!...


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

Do I consume wisely???

Einen Baumfällen als ein Biβchen Leben töten

Mache mit einem ”Baum” nichts,

was er nicht auch mit dir machen soll.

Besser haute wieder verwenden als morgen nichts haben!


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

Do I consume wisely???

Save water... shower with a friend!

Modern technology owes ecology an apology!

We owe a lot to Thomas Edison - if it wasn't for him,

we'd be watching television by candlelight!


Istituto des ambrois oulx italy

Do I consume wisely???

Si tout le monde s’y met

on aura moins de déchets

Il n’y a pas de petits gestes

si nous sommes 60 millions à les faire


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