Connecting systems and people for a more sustainable world.
Whilst digitalisation can help accelerate unsustainable consumption of products and services, it also provides new opportunities for a flourishing society based on collaboration and sharing. Digital sustainability is an approach that harnesses one of the most powerful forces for societal change, namely digitalisation, to deliver what we need and want in a sustainable way.
Digitalisation creates new opportunities and challenges. Opportunities for science and art also fall within its remit, as are new challenges, such as cyber security and privacy. It poses a challenge to take control of data, to report and reduce emissions, and to use digital to create safer, more sustainable business models.
Today, digital technologies are being used to measure and track sustainability progress, optimise the use of resources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and make possible a more circular economy. Digitalisation can be a very powerful and disruptive catalyst that can help accelerate different trends.
At Centre for Sustainability we offer advisory, research, policy development, strategy implementation and stakeholder engagement services to organisations and governments to help digital sustainability to effectively be implemented and managed over time. Why not get in touch to speak with one of our experts?