Managers turn a blind eye to role of tech emissions in climate crisis

      Managers are responsible for digital emissions related to their operations, employees working remotely and portfolios.

      Many asset managers are racing to achieve net-zero goals while also embracing an often-overlooked source of greenhouse gas emissions: digital technologies.

      Digital technologies are responsible for about 4% of greenhouse gases, and energy consumption for this source is increasing by 9% per year, 2019 data from French think-tank The Shift Project shows. Read the full article below.

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