The coming decades will be characterised by two significant technology challenges: climate change mitigation and digitalisation. The technological transition associated with climate change follows clear and well-defined goals. In contrast, digitalisation does not pursue a clear objective and is commonly understood as a self-driving process of technological progress.
Dr Kerstin Hötte, Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Oxford and Gerard Oosterwijk, FEPS digital policy analyst, discuss the positive and negative interactions across processes of technological advances involved in both climate change mitigation and digitalisation. They touch on green data spaces as an opportunity to create more transparency on the climate impact and the action needed on different levels, but also report on publicly listed companies and promote sustainable investment.
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