Our technological devices and solutions today are smarter, lighter and faster. But are they cleaner?
Eco-Business, along with Lenovo and its alliance partners, Intel and Microsoft - are pleased to invite you to join us for a lively session that discusses the environmental impact of the tech products we as consumers use, and how far can we go to reduce our own carbon footprint.
This century’s digital advancements may have improved our daily lives, it has also irreversibly changed our environment. The infocomm and technology sector now emits about 2 per cent of global CO2 emissions, surpassing that of the aviation industry that has long been scrutinised for its high carbon footprint.
As more consumers become more concerned about climate change, technology companies are stepping up and committing to reducing the carbon footprint of their products. From sourcing, manufacturing, to customer sale, usage and end of life, the road towards decarbonisation is a complex process that involves not only the organisation, but its entire value chain.
Are technology companies making progress on the environmental sustainability and life cycle management of their products? What are the solutions that will make clean tech products a reality? What is the role of the consumer?
Joining this dialogue will be speakers from the various industries in Singapore who are observing key trends in sustainable technologies and its impact on our daily lives. Together with you as an informed expert, we aim to discuss important aspects where a future of low-carbon options can be possible across our digital platforms.
For more details of the agenda and speakers, click on the event website link above. Or visit: https://events.eco-business.com/events/a-greener-technology-footprint-do-consumers-have-a-choice
Date: Thursday 25 March 2021
Time: 4.30pm – 5.30pm Singapore time
Format: Virtual (Zoom)
Organised by: Eco-Business, with Lenovo and its alliance partners, Intel & Microsoft