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Iina Oilinki: Building Systemic Change Projects

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To tackle global and societal challenges like the SDG’s and Climate Change - we need collaborations at a scale beyond individual projects and organisations.

We need to invest in building our portfolio capabilities - so that we can have scalable impact and work across the whole system for transformation.

By orchestrating entire innovation ecosystems, we can bridge and create coherence between the adaptive and practical efforts that are at play. This session will focus on building an understanding of the capabilities and capacities that are needed in organisations to work in systems transformations.

In the Innovation Ecosystems for Transformation session of the States of Change Learning Festival 2020, Iina Oilinki from the Helsinki Metropolitan Smart & Clean Foundation joined Mikael Seppälä from Sitra Lab to speak about her work in Building Systemic Change Projects

https://festival.states-of-change.org/event/orchestrating-innovation

To tackle global and societal challenges like the SDG’s and Climate Change - we need collaborations at a scale beyond individual projects and organisations.

We need to invest in building our portfolio capabilities - so that we can have scalable impact and work across the whole system for transformation.

By orchestrating entire innovation ecosystems, we can bridge and create coherence between the adaptive and practical efforts that are at play. This session will focus on building an understanding of the capabilities and capacities that are needed in organisations to work in systems transformations.

In the Innovation Ecosystems for Transformation session of the States of Change Learning Festival 2020, Iina Oilinki from the Helsinki Metropolitan Smart & Clean Foundation joined Mikael Seppälä from Sitra Lab to speak about her work in Building Systemic Change Projects

https://festival.states-of-change.org/event/orchestrating-innovation

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  1. 1. www.smartclean.fi @SmartClean_Fi #smartclean LinkedIn: Smart & Clean Community Solutions for 1,5°C World
  2. 2. The world’s wicked challenges are solved locally in cities But their impact is global
  3. 3. We are Smart & Clean. Cities Universities & research institutions State actors Businesses Hels%&'% (&%)e*s%+, -.l+/ (&%)e*s%+, 0(1 (&%)e*s%+, 211 Ministry of the Environment 34s%&ess 5%&l.&6 Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment Ministry of Transport and Communications Hels%&'% 7s8// Helsinki- Uusimaa Regional Council 2.&+.. 9.4&%.%&e& 0.:+% ;%+*. 5/*+4< Hele& 0.ss%l. => 1%'.&/?. ;%e<e&s @.<%*e&+ ;+A 9/&e Bes+e C.s4< D.)e*%/& 2.%s.l. EF1 -5@E C.%.
  4. 4. Smart & Clean Foundation’s Governance model State / R&D 4 in the board (6 in the Supervisory Board) C+,-+,at.+/0 4 in the Board (6 in the Supervisory Board) C.t.e0 3 in the board (6 in the Supervisory Board) 2016 2021Fixed term 5 years
  5. 5. We build impactful urban solutions for 1,5°C world. We tackle wicked problems in the areas of mobility, energy, built environment, waste and water, and consumer solutions. We accelerate the transition to climate positive cities with new business and higher quality of life. We are an ecosystem orchestrator, bringing in all the relevant actors and coordinating the process. We are a unique PPP model, a shared tool of the Helsinki Region’s cities, businesses, research institutes and the Finnish state. Our foundation has a fixed five year term (2016–2021), secured funding from both private and public sector, and the board of directors consisting of CEO’s, Mayors and high level executives. Smart & Clean
  6. 6. IPCC gap report 2019 1,5°C 3,3°C Aim The path we’re on Temperature has already risen 1,1°C
  7. 7. THE STRUCTURES OF TODAY WILL BECOME WORTHLESS IN 12 YEARS. THEY ARE STRANDED ASSETS THAT LOSE VALUE EVERY DAY. a
  8. 8. THIS IS THE BIGGEST OPPORTUNITY THAT HAS EVER EMERGED.
  9. 9. EVERYONE DOESN’T HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO REDEFINE THE STRUCTURES. WE IN HELSINKI METROPOLITAN DO. WE HAVE THE NEEDED EDUCATION, TECHNOLOGY, TRUST & WEALTH TO SEIZE THIS OPPORTUNITY. WE ARE OBLIGATED TO USE IT.
  10. 10. How to build impactful systemic change projects Transition to 1,5°C Understand the big picture Utilise data & Calculate impact Bring the ecosystem together Choose the right problem Use incentives Create leadership models Utilise infrastructure and servicesInspire behavior change Influence regulation Influence funding models Identify the orchestrator
  11. 11. Consumption- based emissions CO1 emissions in the Helsinki Metropolitan region Source: Helsinki Region Environmental 681 000 t CO2e Electricity 2 476 000 t CO2e Heating 1 390 000 t CO2e Transport 135 000 t CO2e Waste management 4,1 t CO2e per capita per year 12,7 t CO2e per capita per year (Estimation based on European C40 cities)
  12. 12. Consumption based emissions Source: HSY, C40, Arup, University of Leeds Food
  13. 13. City of Helsinki has a plan to be Carbon Neutral by 2035, the plan tackles sector based emissions (emissions generated within city borders) A sustainable limit for consumption based emissions is 2 t /per person (to keep global warming under 1,5 °) Even in Carbon neutral Helsinki 2035 emissions generated by consumption will be five times that Source: Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority HSY, C40 0,9 t CO2e per capita per year (2020 3,9 t CO2e) 9,7 t CO2e per capita per year (2020 12,7 t CO2e) (Estimation based on European C40 cities) 1,5° goal is 2 t CO2e Consumption- based emissions
  14. 14. Closed plastic circle
  15. 15. Currently only 6% of virgin plastics is recycled to materials in the Helsinki Metropolitan region *Source: Material Economics (2018) Use of plastic products Households Private services Public services Buildings and construction 151 000 t 96 000 t 55 000 t 9 000 t Plastic waste Collected :/t+ 5ate,.a60 6% Potential:6 56% mechanical recycling 11% chemical recycling = 67%
  16. 16. Equals annual CO2e emission reduction of 336 000 tonnes. • That equals yearly emissions of approx. 80 000 residents of the Metropolitan region. (2017 emission level)* 336 000 t :; <=9 +; -6a0t.>0 .0 ,e>?>6e@ t+ 5ate,.a60 ./0tea@ +; tAe >B,,e/t C98 CD2e e5.00.+/0 ./ tAe Ee60./F. ReG.+/ H.66 Ie ,e@B>e@ I? 60%.
  17. 17. How we build projects CENTER 7'e ,*/-& 8o*. o2&t'e 3(o9e4t INNER CIRCLE :.. t'e ;e3e-;e-t *4t/o-1 -ee;e; 2o(& *&1u44e112u. out4o,e OUTER CIRCLE <u=3(o9e4t1 4o-t(/=ut/-8 to& e*4' o=9e4t/>e OUTSIDE THE CIRCLE ?->o.>e; *4to(1
  18. 18. Replacement of plastics with other materials Recyclability of material and products Supply of recycled plastics Industrial processes Recycling favored in procurement From material to new products Demand/ Behaviour Change Regulation and incentives City of Helsinki Construction companies, VTT Helsinki Region Environmental Services Fortum and Neste L&T Orthex All actors Sulapac, Kotka Mills Hard plastics collection Recycling rate as procurement criteria Eco design – design of plastic products Bio-based products Design competition for household sorting system Mechanical and chemical recycling processes More recycled plastic producers and products Aalto University, Lahti Institute of Design State, cities Kesko C6+0e@ -6a0t.> >.,>6e Recycling of all plastics, incl. hard plastics and construction plastics Sorting and recycling at homes and small businesses Plastic producers’ responsibility Understanding of construction plastics Recycled plastic products in supermarkets Inspirational examples, communications Closed Plastic Circle Center: the main goal of the project Inner circle: All the dependent actions needed for a successful outcome Outer circle: Subprojects contributing to each objective Outside the circle: Involved actors How to read this image
  19. 19. Consumption- based emissions CO1 emissions in the Helsinki Metropolitan region Source: Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority HSY, C40 681 000 t CO2e Electricity 2 476 000 t CO2e Heating 1 390 000 t CO2e Transport 135 000 t CO2e Waste management 4,1 t CO2e per capita per year 12,7 t CO2e per capita per year (Estimation based on European C40 cities) Closed Plastic Circle -342 000 t CO2e
  20. 20. Potential new jobs 500 000 new jobs in the EU C.,>B6a, e>+/+5? C.,>B6a, e>+/+5? +; -6a0t.>0 Recycling plastics generates: 25 × more jobs than landfill 10 × more jobs than burning Recycling 10 tonnes of plastic generates 10 new jobs in production facility only. Additionally, logistics and collecting of plastics. 1200 new jobs if the recycling rate of plastics is increased to 60% in the Helsinki Region by 2035 NB: Even though the numbers are based on the recycling rates of the Helsinki Region, the jobs may be located outside the metropolitan area.
  21. 21. Impact led case: Closed Plastic Circle Calculations on impact are the leading drivers for the project 1. Solution tackles both sector-based and consumption-based emissions 2. CO₂ emission reduction potential - equivalent of 80.000 people’s annual emissions 3. Increased circularity of material - from current 6% to 70% 4. Business potential - business references for involved companies - new potential for circular businesses instead of import of raw materials 5. Social and environmental impact - zero waste - no plastics in nature or waters 6. Innovation potential - new solutions created in the process
  22. 22. Thank you! @SmartClean_Fi #smartclean Smart & Clean Community www.smartclean.fi iina.oilinki@smartclean.fi Smart & Clean Solutions for 1,5°C World.

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