How sustainable is AI?

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Despite being a relatively new phenomenon, artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly appearing in modern-day life as technology replicating human actions. That may take the form of chatbots like ChatGPT, image generators, voice recognition like Siri or Alexa, or even driverless cars. Because using AI is instantaneous with no evident emissions associated with its use, the […]

Sustainability strategy insights from Reset Connect

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As part of London Climate Action week on the 25th and 26th of June, the ExCeL centre hosted Reset Connect, ‘the UK’s leading Sustainability and Net Zero Event’. The gathering provided a meeting point for sustainability professionals, offering an array of thought-provoking talks, panels, and exhibition stalls covering topics impacting a wide range of industries. […]

Digital twins for sustainability

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Two minds are better than one As the calendar turns over to another year, the Paris Agreement’s urgent call to keep global warming at no more than 1.5°C by reducing global emissions by 45% by 2030 seems closer than ever. Meanwhile, the latest IPCC report warns we only have a narrow window to make necessary […]

Apps for Good

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Last month we wrote about supporting Plant Your Future through our membership in 1% for the Planet