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All techUK's work is led by our members - keep in touch or get involved by joining one of the groups below
Climate Strategy and Resilience Council
The Climate Strategy and Resilience Council provides strategic direction for techUK’s climate programme, ensuring that it accurately reflects members’ priorities. It is currently focused on COP26, the sector’s transition to net zero, the role of tech in supporting other sectors in transitioning to net zero and the sector’s preparedness for future climate change.
Climate Strategy and Resilience Group
The Climate Strategy and Resilience Group is a virtual group that keeps members informed of the latest developments, activities and opportunities relating to climate and tech.
Digital Devices Environment Group
The Digital Device Environment Group is the forum for techUK members responsible for the environmental management of digital devices being sold on the UK market. It is focused on the circular economy (reuse, remanufacture, repair of devices), eco-design, energy labelling, the circular economy and the sound management of devices once they become waste.
Environment Strategy and Policy Group
The Environmental Policy and Strategy Group is a virtual group that provides members with the latest news, information and developments relating to the environment and tech.
Responsible Business Conduct Group
techUK’s responsible business conduct group monitors the best practice, emerging issues and the evolving policy framework around responsible business conduct, with a particular focus on human rights and environmental supply chain due diligence, ESG reporting, international labour laws and responsible sourcing of materials and minerals.
Here are the five reasons you should join the Climate, Environment and Sustainability programme.
Learn about the value members get from our work.
Net Zero: techUK joins climate action campaign Race to Zero
techUK has signed up to the SME Race to Zero track via the SME Climate Hub, and will take immediate action to half emissions by 2030, achieve net zero before 2050 and disclose progress on a yearly basis. We encourage our members to get involved.
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Workshop – Electronics Industry Resilience for Critical MineralsOnline via Teams and in-person at techUK, 10 St Bride Street, London, EC4A 4AD Hybrid
Report Launch: State of the Connected Home 2023Meeting
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