During the event in Glasgow, attended by close to 2000 stakeholders, CEOs and senior leaders from a range of technology companies came together to discuss how they could best help reduce the harmful impact industrialisation is having on the environment.
Sustainability of data centres
The Defra’s e-Sustainability Alliance and the RBA have partnered to support businesses and stakeholders, including government bodies, to find sustainable solutions to the structural drivers of forced labour in industry.
The pandemic has stimulated a deep understanding of the ties that bind us on a local and global scale, such as the inter-connectedness of the links between climate change, viruses, and our lifestyles.
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Defra’s e-Sustainability Alliance (comprising Defra's suppliers & supply chain) seeks to promote, collect, share and implement best practice aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and Defra’s 25 Year Environment Plan.
- Defra-UNFCCC COP26 Technology for Climate Action November 15, 2021
- Data Centres and Sustainability May 20, 2021
- Supply Chain Matters – Due Diligence: Defra DeSA and the RBA’s partnership January 19, 2021