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Sustainable media marketplace initiative from Accedo

Video solutions provider Accedo has launched a new sustainability initiative, aimed at supporting its customers in their journey towards building more sustainable video businesses. The company will work with service and technology providers globally to define industry standards for delivering sustainable video services, and drive experiments to accelerate and achieve sustainable transformation across the video […]

August 23, 2022

BT expands green tech platform

BT has announced the next phase of its Green Tech Innovation Platform – which sees the company collaborating with scale-ups to develop tech to support the race to Net Zero. The Green Tech Innovation Platform, launched in 2020, was awarded the Responsible Business Alliance Innovation Award at COP26 last year and has already fostered a series […]

February 18, 2022

Report: Tech sector to reduce carbon emissions by 40%

A new report from BT and Accenture, Harnessing data to empower a sustainable future, has found that the tech sector is set to reduce its energy demand and global carbon emissions by as much as 40 per cent over the next decade – despite an expected eight-fold increase in data traffic by 2030. Purchasing renewable […]

October 1, 2021

Report: Digital tech adoption aids climate goals

A report from Vodafone and WPI Economics calls on the UK Government to put the fast deployment of digital technology at the core of its forthcoming net zero strategy. The research shows that the adoption of technology in manufacturing, transport and agriculture could reduce the UK’s overall emissions by as much as 4 per cent […]

September 14, 2021

Report: Consumers want ‘green’ action from telcos

Consumers care what telecoms providers are doing to protect the environment and want them to take action on net zero in a post-pandemic world, according to the seventh annual Consumer Action Monitor (CAM) report by not-for-profit complaint handling body Ombudsman Services. Among the findings:

March 9, 2021