How data and technology are accelerating action against climate change: free webinar, May 30

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in tech: The How data and technology are accelerating action against climate change free webinar on May 30.

As more companies take on today’s environmental challenges – whether by reducing their impact on the planet or building solutions that help individuals and organizations act – data and technology are critical to helping meet their commitments.

But first companies must know how to apply digital technologies and analytics while changing behaviors. From analyzing data on Scope 3 emissions across supply chains to predicting where climate change is going to have the biggest impact and reducing and removing carbon from the atmosphere, technology brings scale and speed to the fight for the planet.

In this LinkedIn Live, Sanjay Srivastava, Genpact’s chief digital strategist, discusses the lessons learned and successes with leaders from life sciences giant AstraZeneca and Climate Vault, a company with a solution that can make net zero a reality. Join this session to hear how:

Data and digital technologies are key to combating climate change

Climate Vault is unlocking greater access and scale for its carbon reduction and removal solution with digital technologies

AstraZeneca is changing ways of working internally and externally to meet its zero carbon ambition

Your business can accelerate its environmental commitments


Gurinder Kaur, VP, Operations IT, AstraZeneca

Jason M Grant, Chief Operating Officer, Climate Vault

Sanjay Srivastava, Chief Digital Strategist, Genpact

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