If unchecked, ICT emissions are likely to account for over 14% of total GHG worldwide emissions by 2040. Studies suggest that GHG reductions in the telecoms industry could reduce GHGs in the ICT sector by a factor of up to 36.
Analysys Mason’s extensive experience in the TMT sector puts us in a good position to help our clients to navigate the sustainability transition. We understand the telecoms industry and can help clients to translate sustainability measures, trends and regulations into opportunities. We know from our daily work with clients that the demand for sustainable practices is growing in all industries, and is rapidly gaining importance in the TMT sector.
Customers, employees and investors require organisations to increase their sustainability efforts, and new regulations are needed to advance these developments. Changes are needed to respond to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as well as other environmental, social and governance (ESG) related challenges. TMT players have good reasons to embrace these changes.
The TMT sector can provide and enable smart solutions, such as ubiquitous fast internet connections, energy-efficient solutions for data storage and an inclusive approach to innovative digital technology, IoT, and automation, to help to safeguard the future of our children and the planet. TMT players can use these solutions to grow sustainably.
Analysys Mason has more than 35 years of experience in the telecoms sector and, together with our partners, we can create strategies to enable telecoms operators to move to sustainable business models and futureproof operations.
As close observers of the telecoms market, we understand that becoming sustainable is a complex challenge and that telcos will need support and advice. Analysys Mason combines its own deeply rooted industry expertise with the unique insights of partners, such as fors.earth, to help our customers to become sustainable businesses.
Our sector specialists can assist with the following.
ESG reviews to support investment decisions
Sustainable transformation of operators and vendors
Digital inclusion, accessibility and diversity
Building smart and sustainable societies
Policy and operational transformation for a sustainable parcel delivery sector
- If unchecked, ICT emissions are likely to account for over 14% of total GHG emissions worldwide by 2040.
Modified from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S095965261733233X
- Studies suggest that GHG reductions in the telecoms industry could reduce GHGs in the ICT sector by a factor of up to 36.
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