Nations around the globe have begun to put in place the policies, capital and technologies needed to curb greenhouse gas emissions, but the world still must move far faster to address the rising dangers of climate change.
MIT Technology Review’s ClimateTech conference will bring together leading scientists, investors, entrepreneurs and officials working to accelerate the transition to a greener economy—and to create a safer, more sustainable world.
ClimateTech runs from October 4-5, 2023. You can buy tickets here.
Climate change and energy
Think that your plastic is being recycled? Think again.
Plastic is cheap to make and shockingly profitable. It’s everywhere. And we’re all paying the price.
Decarbonizing your data strategy
Companies need to invest in energy-efficient infrastructure and optimize data practices, says Ian Clatworthy, director of data platform product marketing at Hitachi Vantara.
The University of California has all but dropped carbon offsets—and thinks you should, too
It uncovered systemic problems with offset markets and recommended that the public university system focus on cutting its direct emissions instead.
The power of green computing
Sustainable computing practices have the power to both infuse operational efficiencies and greatly reduce energy consumption, says Jen Huffstetler, chief product sustainability officer at Intel.
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