A webinar with Spark and thinkstep-anz.
We worked with New Zealand telecommunications company Spark on a report about the role digital technologies can play in reducing carbon emissions.
Meeting the climate challenge through digital technology shows that technology could reduce annual emissions by 7.2 million tonnes by 2030 – equal to 42% of the emissions that New Zealand needs to reduce over this period.
Tom Newitt, Sustainability Lead at Spark, will join us. He’ll discuss the report’s findings, the research methods and what it means for the future.
Emily Townsend, our Head of Life Cycle Strategies, will host the webinar.
The report focuses on the sectors that emit the most carbon in New Zealand: transport, energy and industry, and agriculture. Learn how digital technologies can reduce emissions in these areas. While this webinar focuses on New Zealand, many findings apply to Australia and the rest of the world.
The webinar will cover
The potential for digital technologies to reduce carbon emissions – and what is needed to realise these reductions
The sectors with the greatest opportunity to make major changes
The opportunities to collaborate across many sectors in New Zealand
The need for government policy to ensure a fair transition to a low-carbon future
It will be useful for
- Executives (CEOs, CFOs etc.)
- Sustainability Managers
- Fund Managers