FS 01 2021

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29 June 2021 | 10:30-13:15 CEST | Studio A
Consolidated programme 2021 overview / Day 1

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Working title: Green IG and Sustainability
Proposals: #12 #16 #61 #62 #74 #99

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Over the past year, the EuroDIG community has been discussing the need to address information and communications technology (ICT) sustainability and the crucial role of the Internet governance community to ensure that environmental sustainability is at the heart of ICTs throughout their lifecycle.

One year on, what has been achieved in Europe? What are the most prominent challenges? What else must be done to support all stakeholders in their respective roles towards greening Internet governance and the ICT ecosystem more broadly? What concrete commitments, collaborations, and plans for action are underway to develop rights-based and sustainable technologies as well as to ensure that technology is put in the service of solving the climate crisis and promoting environmental justice?

This session builds on EuroDIG 2020 Plenary 4: Greening Internet Governance and on the subsequent intersessional project, Greening Internet Governance, and it will look into concrete achievements and feasible action plans for sustainable Internet futures, particularly over the next decade in-line with the EU's plan of action.

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  • Michael J. Oghia
  • Alisa Heaver
  • David Franquesa
  • Kathrin Morasch
  • Vesna Manojlovic
  • Weronika Koralewska
  • Laurent Lefevre
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  • Didier Beloin-Saint-Pierre
  • Dr. Monique Calisti
  • Kris Shrishak
  • Amali De Silva-Mitchell
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