WS 04 2023

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20 June 2023 | 16:45 - 17:45 EEST | WS room 1
Consolidated programme 2023 overview / Workshop 4

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Working title: Environment and sustainability in digital development
Proposals: #56 #57 #65

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Session teaser

Internet-connected technologies are an integral part of our lives and they play an increasingly central role in global efforts to tackle the climate crisis and promote environmental protection. However, the digital transition is contributing to raising levels of energy consumption, use of natural resources and e-waste with harmful impacts on the environment. Previous discussions looked at how European commitments on sustainable ICTs were translating into concrete actions, explored the opportunities and challenges in the implementation of these policies and reflected on the privileged position of the EuroDIG community to facilitate dialogue and support a green digital transformation.

How are European efforts contributing to concrete global solutions that truly harness the full potential of internet-connected technologies to address the global challenges ahead? How can the EuroDIG and Internet governance communities worldwide further enhance dialogue and effective cooperation among stakeholders to help achieve an inclusive and environmentally sustainable digital transformation?

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Format

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Further reading

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People

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SME

  • Minda Moreira

The Subject Matter Experts (SME) support the programme planning process throughout the year and work closely with the Secretariat. They give advice on the topics that correspond to their expertise, cluster the proposals and assist session organisers in their work. They also ensure that session principles are followed and monitor the complete programme to avoid repetition.

Focal Point

  • Chris Buckridge
  • Vadim Pak

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Organising Team (Org Team) List Org Team members here as they sign up.

  • Emilia Zalewska
  • Rainer M Krug
  • Amali De Silva-Mitchell

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Key Participants

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Remote Moderator

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Reporter

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Messages

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Video record

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Transcript

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