Humans release billions of tons of CO2 into the atmosphere every year, global temperatures are on the rise, and greenhouse gas emissions are hitting new highs every year. COVID19 may have curbed GHG emissions for a while, but are now on the rebound. Despite the facts and alarm bells ringing loud and clear for swift action, much of the world seems to have adopted a business-as-usual stance. Turning the tide on climate change requires urgent and deep societal change, and for everyone to pull their weight — starting with corporations. The tech sector alone is responsible for 3-4% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. If it’s part of the solution, it is now also clearly part of the problem. When it comes to something as devastating as climate change, where do you even start? What can tech companies do to begin their own sustainability transformation? And what kind of concrete measures and actions will help drive meaningful impact? Join Guilhem Isaac as he discusses the role of tech in building a more sustainable future, and how he’s helping one tech company become part of the solution.