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TECH FOR GOOD
As an irreversible climate crisis looms, emergent tech has a central role to play. Greener innovations hold the key to a sustainable climate, from shaping the fourth industrial revolution to changing consumer mindsets. What tech can we use to help combat our climate crisis, and how can businesses and individuals thrive in a state of uncertainty?
Explore how innovations like cloud computing, big data, and a new way of thinking can help us solve the UN’s global Sustainable Development Goals.
Here’s what we’ll be exploring on the Sustainable Societies stage
A NEW REVOLUTION
Global corporate, national, and international leaders must come together to act on the fourth industrial revolution – one that addresses new geopolitical, social, and environmental needs. How can tools like cloud computing, biometric data, blockchain, and AI build sustainable governance models?
Large scale data insights can help us pinpoint and improve our sustainable efforts, by locating harmful emissions and identifying pressure points in the supply chain. But how can we use big data effectively and efficiently? How can companies balance CSR with financial goals?
INTENT VS. ACTION
Using a new generation of tech, policy makers and companies can influence sustainable consumer habits. We’ll explain how data and tech can shape positive influence, and discuss citizen-centric strategies to close the consumer intention-action gap.
Don't miss these inspiring speakers talk about the latest sustainability trends.
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12 TRACKS OF INSPIRATION
Explore the themes we'll talk about at TNW2020. From artificial intelligence to the next big marketing trends, there's a track for everyone.
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