Summary

Although digital tech is a key driving force in society’s progress, today we are also having to challenge certain ways of thinking.
As with any human activity, digital technology bears its share of responsibility for environmental issues.
Long exempt from scrutiny and accountability, digital tech has now entered into an era of increasing awareness over its impact.
But there is also a real duality at play: digital tech can be seen as both the source of and solution to environmental issues.

This white paper proposes an analysis of the digital environmental impact and its contributions as well as our proposals for a sustainable and inclusive digital tech.

It presents the work carried out by the “Digital Tech and the Green Transition” Committee, led by IDATE Digiworld and including a number of committed digital industry players such as BNP Paribas, Econocom, Engie, Caisse des dépôts, HPE, Orange, SNCF et IA Académie.

Download for free the analyses and conclusions of the committee’s work!

Other details

  • Reference: WP20003A
  • Delivery: on the DigiWorld Interactive platform
  • Languages available: French, English
  • Tags: environmental impact, digital tech, green transition, sustainable tech, inclusive tech

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