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How can organisations accelerate their impact through sustainability to play a leading role in the renewal and restoration of a damaged environment and fractured society?
I was speaking with a client this week who was hugely excited about the role technology would play in their business achieving their sustainability ambitions. He shared stories of how, with the right technology, all the world’s problems would be solved — from working from home to climate change, from transport systems to robotic guide dogs, from car batteries that charge in 10 minutes to floating farms. I was captivated by his passion and, as I listened to the narrative, I found myself getting taken along with the vision of this futuristic place.
As businesses step up their sustainability ambitions, and set out ambitious science-backed pathways for carbon reduction, the focus turns to delivery. But how can an organisation activate the right culture and skills to unlock innovation and deliver its bold climate-related targets by 2030?