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technology and capacity-building - will not beequitable. All Parties based on common butdifferentiated responsibility and respectivecapabilities, will have to do more to reach our agreedlong-term global goal of limiting average temperatureincrease to below 2 degrees Celsius.I call on the international community to honour theinternational commitments and undertakings madeunder the climate change process and not to shy awayfrom these decisions. All Parties need to provide leadership towards thefuture not only based on self-interest, but also guidedby the common good. nThese remarks by Jacob Zuma, President of the Republic ofSouth Africa, are excerpted from the President's address tothe Informal Ministerial Consultations on COP 17 at the O.R.Tambo Building in Tshwane on 9 September 2011. Source:The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa." "ALL PARTIESNEED TO PROVIDELEADERSHIP TOWARDS THE FUTURE NOT ONLY BASED ON SELF-INTEREST,BUT ALSO GUIDED BY THECOMMON GOODTHE NEW ECONOMY015Photo: UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe

LEDLIGHTING-SIMPLY ENHANCINGCITYLIFEHow Philips innovative LED lighting solutions help rapidly growing cities meet the sustainability challengehe world's population is rising fast, and we are going through a period ofunprecedented urbanisation. Today, morethan half of us call cities our home.Twenty years from now, this figure will have risen tosome 60 per cent, and by the middle of the centuryover two thirds of us will live in urban areas. That issome 3 billion extra city dwellers, most living in rapidlyexpanding conurbations in emerging economies, likeChina, India and also in Africa. Clearly, the sharp rise in the urban population offersgreat opportunities for economic and socialdevelopment. But at the same time it presents citieswith enormous challenges, ranging from cutting backenergy consumption, reducing greenhouse gasemissions, securing reliable energy supply and ensuringpublic safety to maintaining a sense of communityamong an ever-growing number of city dwellers. At Philips, we are committed to helping cities meet thesechallenges. Philips has been at the leading edge of thelighting industry, driving a wave of innovative LEDlighting technologies that offer city authorities a widerange of possibilities for high-quality sustainable lightingthat enable impressive energy savings, especially whencombined with 'intelligent' management and controlsystems, enabled by ICT. Our mission is to providemeaningful, high-quality, cost-effective and hassle-freesolutions that help city authorities address thechallenges they are confronted with, especially in thecurrent era of constrained budgets. Earlier this year, the Malaysian Ministry of Works selectedour highly energy efficient LED lighting solutions to lightup three stretches of roads leading to Subang Airport,Federal Highway and Middle Ring Road 2. This lightingsolution emits high-quality, neutral cool white light,providing visual safety to drivers and motorcyclists. Byswitching to Philips LED technology, the MalaysianGovernment is able to save more than 50 per cent inenergy consumption while cutting its carbon emission inhalf. This helps the Malaysian government realise itsplan to accelerate the implementation of energy-efficient solutions, while at the same time creatingliveable, vibrant and safe city areas. And that is not all. Recent innovations in LED lightingand solar technologies have made it possible forPhilips to offer reliable off-grid solutions that are evenmore sustainable and provide high-quality, cost-efficient lighting using sunlight instead of conventionalelectricity. This highly sustainable solution isespecially valuable for towns and cities around theequator, which can take advantage of the many hoursof sunlight to supplement the capacity of theirconventional electricity grid - and so address theirgrowing concerns about their ability to meet the steepincrease in energy demand. In China, we have lit up the streets of the Guiyangcommunity in partnership with The Climate Group andthe One Foundation. During the day, a solar panelconverts solar energy into electrical energy that is storedin a battery. When night falls, the battery discharges,releasing the power for the LED luminaire to light theroad. It is a tailor-made total solution. We have managedto develop the most effective and cost-efficient solar-driven LED street lighting: an all-in hassle-free solution,including theft prevention, that people can rely on if theelectricity grid fails. and that literally sheds light on thelives of some 1.6 billion people, who do not have accessto the grid, after sunset. As the global population increases, creating an identitythat will attract business and tourism and bring com-016INDUSTRY INTRODUCTIONTHARRY VERHAAR, SENIOR DIRECTOR, ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE, PHILIPS