Slide 11.5 million renewable energy JOBS across the globe in 2019 (11 million in 2018) Source: IRENA, "Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review 2020." Slide 5.5 million transition-related
JOBS by 2023 CREATED Source: IRENA, "Post-COVID recovery: An agenda for resilience, development and equality." 2020.
over the next three years
Slide 30 million renewable energy JOBS across the globe in 2030 estimated number of Source: IRENA, "Post-COVID recovery: An agenda for resilience, development and equality." 2020. Slide Explain

Slide 35 studying STEM WOMEN Source: McKinsey Global Institute, "The future of women at work: Transitions in the age of automation". 2019. across the globe % The share of Slide 29 researchers FEMALE Source: UNESCO Institute for Statistics, 2016. across the globe % The share of Slide 2.4 million In STEM by 2022 NEW JOBS across the globe Source: World Economic Forum, "Jobs of Tomorrow: Mapping Opportunity
in the New Economy". 2020.
Slide Explain

Slide 57% when choosing their job SALARY Source: Ipsos & JobTeaser, "Preparing the new generation for the future of work". 2019. of young Europeans surveyed focus first
and foremost on
Slide 46% when choosing their job
(52% among women)
WORK-LIFE Source: Ipsos & JobTeaser, "Preparing the new generation for the future of work". 2019. of young Europeans surveyed focus on
BALANCE
Slide 37% when choosing their job PURPOSE Source: Ipsos & JobTeaser, "Preparing the new generation for the future of work". 2019. of young Europeans surveyed focus on CAREER & PROSPECT/PROGRESSION Slide Explain

Slide 100 Airbnb Airbnb Source: Bloomberg (January 2021). billion dollars the quantity of
CO2 generated by
the MARKET VALUE of
Slide Airbnb Source: Airbnb (2019). Seven million the number of LISTINGS of Slide 10 the number of ROOMS of Accor times Source: Accor (Hotel portfolio, June 2020). world-leading hospitality group Slide Explain

Slide 4.9 TikTok Source: Greenspector, "What’s the carbon impact for social network applications?" (May 2020). Source: Greenspector, "What’s the carbon impact for social network applications?" (May 2020). Source: Greenspector, "What’s the carbon impact for social network applications?" (May 2020). grams the quantity of
CO2 generated by
the quantity of
CO2 generated by
per minute of usage
Slide 6.8 Facebook times Source: Greenspector, "What’s the carbon impact for social network applications?" (May 2020). Source: Greenspector, "What’s the carbon impact for social network applications?" (May 2020). per minute of usage the quantity of
CO2 generated by
Slide Source: Greenspector, "What’s the carbon impact for social network applications?" (May 2020). 2.6 times the quantity of
CO2 generated by
per minute of usage Instagram
the quantity of
CO2 generated by
the quantity of
CO2 generated by
the quantity of
CO2 generated by
Slide Explain

Slide 58% using currently demonstrated technologies. AUTOMATED Source: McKinsey, "Building the vital skills for the future of work in operations". 2020. of the worldwide work activities in manufacturing could be Slide 47 % of jobs in the
United States are at
HIGH RISK OF AUTOMATION
Source: Frey and Osborne, "The future of employment: how susceptible are jobs to computerisation?". 2013.
Slide 25 % of companies anticipate that automation will CREATE NEW
JOBS
in their field. Source: World Economic Forum, "The Future of Jobs Report". 2018.
Slide Explain

Slide 1.3 BILLION TONS FOOD WASTED 30% of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted globally. Estimated quantity of globally each year. Slide 30 % of all food produced for
human consumption is
LOST OR WASTED
GLOBALLY
Source: FAO. 2011. Global food losses and food waste – Extent, causes and prevention. Rome
Slide Explain

Slide 49.5 % the increase in Customer Purchase Likelihood if retailers send a direct mail
to the “right” customer.
Source: "Calling Customers to Take Action", Journal of Interactive Marketing, Volume 45, 2019, Pages 62-80.
Slide Explain

Slide 14 % of plastic products are COLLECTED Slide 10 % of that are RECYCLED Slide 90 % of which are DOWNCYCLED meaning the new product
is lower value than
the original
Source: 2016 report by the World Economic Forum, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and McKinsey & Company
Slide Explain