CNBC interview with Pekka Lundmark - No green environment without digitization

03. 11. 2021 Wednesday / By: Robert Denes / Generic / Exact time: BST / Print this page

C heck out this interview in which Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark discusses the role of technology in the transition to green energy based on the guidelines of the COP26 meeting in Glasgow with CNBC reporter letters Julianna Tatelbaum and Steve Sedgwick.

The greater digitization up the decarbonization allows for the order and highlights that without digitization there is no green. He goes on to talk about how technology companies play a key role in digitizing industries, including the role of industrial 5G, public-private partnerships, and smart regulation.

Our renewed approach to sustainability is the structure and focus of our activities. At the heart of our sustainability approach is the belief that our technology improves people’s lives, which is in line with Nokia’s goal. Our focus is on action in the three main areas where we believe we can make the greatest impact. These core areas, in turn, are underpinned by well-managed core business processes, procedures, and activities.

We take responsibility for our actions and impact on the world, minimizing potential negative impacts, thus maximizing the many potential positive impacts of the technology we cause and deliver.

Environmental technologies are technologies that aim to observe, model and conserve the natural environment using environmental science, green chemistry or even environmental impact assessment. The term is also used for devices for sustainable energy production, such as wind turbines, solar power plants or biomass-based devices.

Science will continue its research to find sustainable and clean energy sources instead of current energy production practices. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is only possible by combining energy-efficient technologies on an industrial scale with cleaner energy production.

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