ONDEMAND COURSE

SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY FOR SMEs

 297,00

With Karl Feilder

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Become a Certified Sustainability Champion

In an era when companies can no longer shy away from making their contribution in the fight against Climate Change, this course is a guide for managers toward Net Zero.

You will learn the ARROW model, which will enable you to make your company and its processes more sustainable, whatever industry you belong to.

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Course Syllabus

New lessons will be added periodically

 

  A brief history of climate change, Net Zero, decarbonization and why it matters to companies

Examples of big company strategies and what we can learn from them

The goals of this course

 

  Definitions from different perspectives, and what is the real goal?

  How could macroeconomic factors impact SMEs

  Carrot or stick ? The governments’ dilemma

  Introducing ARROW – Assess, Reduce, Replace, Offset, Win

  Applying ARROW in different contexts – offices, factories, warehouses, vehicles

  The power of data that has never been collected before

  Clipboard, app, consultant or programme?

  Introduction to KPIs

  The only cost reduction project everyone loves

  Efficiency is the sum of the parts

  Setting SMART goals to save money

  Interviews with CEOs of Solar, Wind, Lighting, Control, Vehicle companies

  Keeping it real – putting timelines into context

  Understanding the chaos and complexity

  Finding a suitable solution

  Internal communication

  External communication and the dangers

  How to start

  A simple explanation of the terminology

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Sustainability Strategy for SMEs

With Karl Feilder

 297,00

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Pierpaolo D'Amici
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I still have some classes to follow, but after reaching "Planetary outpost elements configuration" it is already the time to give 5 stars. I appreciate so much the multidisciplinary perspective of Barbara Imhof and René Waclavicek, where the operational aspects are perfectly harmonized with the humanistic ones.
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Outstanding course for everyone interested in futuristic space architecture and design
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This is an outstanding course for everyone interested in futuristic space architecture and design. The instructors are very knowledgeable and address the key topics clearly and in sufficient amount of detail. The course materials (both videos and suggested readings) provide a solid base for understanding space architecture and design. I highly recommend this course to people who are fascinated with discovering the space and the possibilities of living on other planets. Additional thanks to Mars City for making the course more affordable.
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If you are just starting or if you just want to widen your horizons in the field of Space Architecture this course is just right for you. You are taught by professionals, experts such as Space architects Dr.techn. Barbara Imhof and René Waclavicek. After you finish the course you will want to learn more and more about every segment of Space Architecture and its design.
Wilca Oconer
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I love the way the course and as laid out. Very comprehensive and informative without drowning the student in jargon. The instructors are lovely and presented the course material nicely.
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An in-depth and accurate introduction
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The course works as an in-depth and accurate introduction to the wider matter that is Space Architecture and studies. It is clearly exposed and the two teachers are directly involved in innovative and groundbreaking projects. I have appreciated the exposition of the latest and most advanced designs and technologies. Recommended also for professional architects who want to broaden their horizons to infinity....and beyond!
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With a topic of such depth and potential branching, the lectures manage to compile a solid and clear map of the current state and future development of the field. The first-hand knowledge of the lecturers comes clear in every presentation and the result is always enticing and instructive. The overall experience is great and you really want to come back for more. The only thing that can use some improvement is the delivery of the presentations (Graphics, video & speech, transitions) to avoid distractions from the fantastic content. Thank you for a stimulating experience. Hope to see you again soon!
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About the instructors

Karl Feilder

Prof. Karl W. Feilder is a serial tech entrepreneur and business sustainability advocate, and his direct actions to mitigate climate change have resulted in over 10.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide savings for global corporations.  With over 15 years of board level Sustainability Strategy experience with public and private companies, Karl advises large corporations across multiple industries. He has led Sustainability Strategy creation and execution for well-known brands such as DHL, McDonald’s, Del Monte, BAT, and LG. Karl combines this with an in depth understanding of the real world usefulness of a plethora of different sustainable technologies. Now he wants to share that knowledge, and the ARROW model, with a wider audience. Karl has enjoyed a long history of successfully guiding companies through the different stages of growth. He has built and sold six companies, the first to Microsoft and the most recent to global logistics company Deutsche Post DHL. He led two companies to their Initial Public Offering, and is assisting impact investors with the growth of businesses in the DeFi and Web3 space. He built up The Neutral Group from a two-person startup to an international business, and is now preparing Neutral Fuels Holdings, a company that use apps, cloud services and distributed ledgers to sustainably produce bio-fuel from waste, for an IPO. Karl mentors startups across industry, and was the first Adjunct Lecturer at the carbon neutral Masdar Institute in Abu Dhabi. He has worked as a Catalyst at Hult International Business School in both Dubai and San Francisco. Karl holds a B.Eng. (Hons.) in Industrial Engineering, an executive MBA from Henley Management College, and is writing his PhD thesis on “psychological optimization of innovative teams.”

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F.A.Q.

Does the course require live participation?

No, the course is entirely on-demand and consists of video-recorded lessons that can be accessed from any device and at any time from the students’ personal dashboard. However, online meetings are organized throughout the year (for members only) for Q&A sessions with speakers and experts in the field.

Who is the instructor?

Karl W. Feilder is founder, CEO, and Chairman of The Neutral Group and Neutral Fuels. A serial tech entrepreneur and business sustainability advocate, Karl’s direct actions to mitigate climate change have resulted in over 10.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide savings from global corporations. In the last decade, he has built up The Neutral Group from a two-person startup to an international business, and is now preparing its Neutral Fuels LLC subsidiary, a company that produces bio-fuel from waste, for an IPO on the London AIM stock market in 2023.

Why should I take this course?

Green and sustainability seem to be the new must for every company on the planet. But they are the wrong words. The right keywords for companies that want to play a significant role in fighting climate change are NET ZERO. This course is an indispensable step-by-step guide for managers of small and medium-sized companies who want to achieve the goal of lowering the carbon footprint of their business.

Does access to the courses have an expiry day?

No, the course has lifetime access.

Does the School issue certifications?

Of course, once you have finished the course, you can download the School of Disruption certification, recognized by the Titan | Disruptive Innovation Center. The certificate can be attached to your CV or registered on LinkedIn.

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SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY FOR SMEs

With Karl Feilder

In an era when companies can no longer shy away from making their contribution in the fight against Climate Change, this course is a guide for managers toward Net Zero.

You will learn the ARROW model, which will enable you to make your company and its processes more sustainable, whatever industry you belong to.

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A bit of history

Quantum mechanics Vs Traditional physics

Super computer Vs Quantum computer

Examples of quantum computers

Which types of applications may benefit from quantum computing?

From bits to qubits

The superposition principle

Understanding the Qbit – The Bloch Sfere

Understanding the entanglement

The entanglement in a nutshell

What is a quantum gate?

The not as a quantum gate

Pauli Matrix

The H gate

The CNOT gate

Quantum Gates in a nutshell

Photonic quantum computer

Ion trap quantum computer

Artificial Atom Quantum Computer

Non-cloning theorem

Dense coding

Teleportation

The Deutsh problem

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The brain as quantum computer

Quantum machine learning and quantum AI

Quantum supremacy

Prospects for quantum computing

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  Metaverse and Construction Industry

  Understanding the Metaverse

  VR-AR-XR: a brief introduction

  Metaverse in Popular Culture

The different shapes of the Metaverse

Web 3.0

What is Metaverse Real Estate?

Implications of Digital Real Estate

Why buy a Metaverse Property

How to buy Metaverse Land Properties

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Becoming (The role of architecture)

Parcel scouting

Architecture & Design (Designing in the Metaverse)

How to buy Metaverse Land Properties

In game coding

CMS

Metaverse networking

Metaverse expansion

Extra services (web dev, store design and asset development)

Welcome

Metaverse 3.0: Blockchain technology and ownership

NFT Worlds – Worlds SDK & Creator Economy – Cubes Utility Token

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How to build. Building Strategies

Teslasuit Haptics

Jobs and Opportunities in the Metaverse

School in the Metaverse

A.I. in the Metaverse – Patrik Gudev

Automotive & Mobility: The Case of partnership with Mole

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NFT

Blockchain and metaverse

Decentralized digital identity in the metaverse

NFT in the metaverse

Jobs and opportunities in the Metaverse

School in Metaverse

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The International Space Station

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Space radiations

Atmosphere, water and nutrients

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Microbiology on space

Space medicine

Plant biotechnology in space

Space applications

The future of biotechnology in space

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 Learning Outcomes

 Building Timeless Skills in Computational Design

 What is Computational Design & what it is not?

Analytical description of Computational Design

 Perceptual description of Computational Design

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 Hand sketching vs Algorithmic sketching

 ML and AI in design

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 Visual Computation: Shape Grammars

 Geometry – Triangles

 Geometry – Platonic Solids

 Geometry – Freeform modeling

 Algorithmic Thinking

 Procedural Thinking

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 Creativity

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 Parametric Design Hands-On

 Data as a design driver (D2D paper)

 Predictive Modeling

 Implicit Modeling

 CNC – Synthetic Natures

 3D Printing and DfAM Design for Additive Manufacturing

 Prototyping vs Industrial scale applications

 Applications in practice

 Researching in academia

 Creating Measurable Impact (Trends vs Meanings)

 Future of Computational Design

 Machine Learning Applications

 Designer’s shifting role

Formal Degrees

Self-teaching

Talking it to the field

Can quality be computed?

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Construction 3D Printing vs. Traditional Building Construction

History of 3D Printing in costruction industry

The Lack of technology adoption in Construction Industry

Manufacturing Evolution

Inside the Technology

Kenyas first 3D printed housen

FIBONACCI 3D printed house in Canada

3D Printing applied to construction

Digital Fabrication through Robotic Arm

Components of a concrete 3D printing system

Building strategies

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Gantry 3D Printers

Delta 3D Printers

Robotic Arm 3D Printers

Crawler Boom 3D Printers

Polar 3D Printers

Powder 3D Printers

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Intro

Concrete

Clay 3D printing

Metal

Fiber reinforced materials and polymers

Building with in situ materials

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Marketing Opportunities

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Technological evolution

Turning threats into opportunities

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The Multidisciplinary Approach of Space Architecture

Past and Present of Space Architecture

Design Framework

Habitability Aspects

ISS Life Support Systems

Habitability Special Requirements

Architectural Aspects and Workflow

Architectural Functions of Life in Space

How everything comes together

ISS Introduction

Modular System Paradigms

ISS Modular Structure

ISS Crew System

Luna Gateway

Gateway Configuration Concept

Settlements, Strategies and Objectives

The journey into Space

Planetary Outpost Elements Configuration

Common Archetype for Habitats on Planetary Surfaces

Mobility

Greenhouse

Getting There

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Lunar Settlements and in-situ Materials

Building Strategies

Building with in-situ Materials

Getting There

Martian Environment and Resources

Settlements and in-situ Materials

Building Strategies

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Gravity

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Similarities of Space and Terrestrial Extremes

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Examples of Spin-offs from Space to Earth

City as a Spaceship

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Biotechnology for Space Habitats NEW

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Space Mining NEW

Making Staff in Space NEW

Analogue Testing in Antartica NEW

Human Performances in Space NEW

Space design for terrestrial living spaces NEW