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  1. B&Q – small steps over time – driven by the label. WWF Buyers’ Group 1993 1997 1995 - Marks and Spencer - Wyevale Garden Centres 10% of world’s productive forests FSC’ed 2000

  2. One solution inspires others:

  3. “ACCPE Toolbox”Success stories – issue specific, bespoke for product

  4. Different tools over time to drive change Choice editing = no to G’s to C’s

  5. Different tools over time Choice editing = no to G’s to C’s Road tax banding Richmond Parking fees £25 congestion charge

  6. BUT - Foot-printing is vital to drive the right decisions… 0.2% - crop production 4% - malting 15% - brewing 81% - Manufacture packaging (Distribution?)

  7. Finite limits of everything! The Stuff Debate If everyone in the world used the same amount of stuff as we do in UK …

  8. FSC was about Finite Limits

  9. FISS – Sustainable Food = balance between:

  10. Does this help…

  11. Business and public policy drives change – not the consumer….

  12. Different labels are different for a reason

  13. Different tools over time Choice editing = no to G’s to C’s Road tax banding Richmond Parking fees £25 congestion charge

  14. Product Roadmaps (clothes, cars, lighting… 10x) DEFRA Leading the way Product Roadmaps Choice editing Label Standards

  15. Food preparation?

  16. Product use…

  17. “Boil what you need…” “Boil what you need”

  18. “Boil what you need…” “Boil what you need”

  19. Not just energy related…

  20. What about use? Co2 labelled peat is coming! Carbon to dig and move peat to store – included Carbon from decay of peat – not included Decay = x4 more Co2

  21. Labelling – should not be a distraction for better solutions x

  22. And everyone’s going green Nuclear?

  23. Do offsets and labels fit together?

  24. “Law of unintended consequences”