As ecosystems face increasing threats, various sectors are recognising the imperative to shift towards nature-positive practices. Companies and organisations are also expected to articulate their strategies, actions, and impacts concerning nature conservation.  

Participate in our online expert Q&A session on 9 April at 1 PM, where members will have the opportunity to enagage with Edward Pollard, Director – Executive Engagement at the Biodiversity Consultancy, as he addresses questions encompassing the intersection of biodiversity and technology, as well as nature-related disclosures. 


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By 2030, digital technology can cut global emissions by 15%. Cloud computing, 5G, AI and IoT have the potential to support dramatic reductions in carbon emissions in sectors such as transport, agriculture, and manufacturing. techUK is working to foster the right policy framework and leadership so we can all play our part. For more information on how techUK can support you, please visit our Climate Action Hub and click ‘contact us’.

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Weronika Dorociak

Weronika Dorociak

Programme Manager, Sustainability , techUK

Craig Melson

Craig Melson

Associate Director for Climate, Environment and Sustainability, techUK

Mia Haffety

Mia Haffety

Programme Manager - Telecoms and Net Zero, techUK

Lucas Banach

Lucas Banach

Programme Assistant, Data Centres, Climate, Environment and Sustainability, Market Access, techUK

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