November 1, 2021
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“The time is right to encourage new forms of collaboration and steer the digital disruptions underway towards a sustainable, climate-safe, and equitable world. However, this will only be possible if there is a concerted effort to overcome the risks associated with digital age transformations, which include the ecological footprint of digital technologies and threats to privacy and human dignity.”
In this article from the Canadian Science Policy Magazine 2021, Dr. Éliane Ubalijoro and Andréa Ventimiglia discuss four main topics: 1. Overcoming risks of the digital age, 2. Scaling up Nature-Based Solutions for climate, 3. Incorporating Indigenous science and worldviews, and 4. Dialogues to move us forward.
We invite you to continue reading the article on the CSPC website: https://sciencepolicy.ca/posts/next-steps-to-net-zero-three-considerations-along-the-path/