AVEVA Highlights Role of Technologies in Building Net-Zero Economy
AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software will highlight how digital technologies can support public-private partnerships and unlock innovation to close the implementation gap on climate change at COP27.
A sponsor of the parallel Climate Action Innovation Zone, AVEVA believes trusted data-led technologies are essential to decarbonization, driving responsible use of the world’s resources and delivering innovative, climate-forward products in the net-zero economy.
AVEVA is one of the first 50 companies in the world1 to have its net-zero commitments validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
Amish Sabharwal, AVEVA Executive Vice-President, commented: “UN data shows that immediate action can halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and put us on track to achieving our goal of keeping global temperature increases to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.
"At the same time, we are facing our biggest opportunity yet. Climate change is accelerating the fourth industrial revolution and nowhere is that more obvious than in the communities and industries here in Africa.
“The decisions we take at COP27 and beyond will put the global economy on track to building resilient net-zero economies that drive the adaptation and mitigation agenda.
"Digital technologies are integral to building the new industries and supply chains that will deliver sustainable growth and create new jobs.”