Digital action Climate action

: 8 ideas to accelerate the twin transition

Autor(es):
DIGITALEUROPE
Editor: [Brussels] : Frontier Economics, October 2021Descripción: 66 p. : gráf. ; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
Tema(s): Sostenibilidad | Europa | acción climática | transición climática | transformación digital | cambio climático | recuperación económica | tecnologías digitalesRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento Resumen: Europe needs to step up its digitalisation efforts – such as boosting connectivity and increasing funding for research and development. In addition, Europe’s data strategy needs to include a plan for the public and private sectors to be able to share sustainability data with one another. There is a vast amount of data out there, for example on the weather, water usage, as well as energy consumption. If we harness it, we can provide insights for those businesses and individuals looking to create the next innovative green solution. And by investing in skills and education, we can ensure that these societal transitions are inclusive. We need to make sure that we empower citizens to succeed in this greener, more digital world. But for this to happen, Europe must look at digital and climate action together, rather than separate policy areas.
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Europe needs to step up its digitalisation efforts – such as boosting connectivity and increasing funding for research and development. In addition, Europe’s data strategy needs to include a plan for the public and private sectors to be able to share sustainability data with one another. There is a vast amount of data out there, for example on the weather, water usage, as well as energy consumption. If we harness it, we can provide insights for those businesses and individuals looking to create the next innovative green solution. And by investing in skills and education, we can ensure that these societal transitions are inclusive. We need to make sure that we empower citizens to succeed in this greener, more digital world. But for this to happen, Europe must look at digital and climate action together, rather than separate policy areas.

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