Becoming A More Sustainable Business

Episode 6 June 24, 2021 00:47:59
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Becoming A More Sustainable Business
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The twin crises of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss are the most serious issues of our time. So, what can, or should, home technology companies be doing to be more sustainable and what steps can be taken to address the climate emergency? In this discussion we're joined by Alex Josling from Seven Integration, Tas Kyriacou from IDS, Chris Turner from Faradite and April Sotomayor from Investors in the Environment to look at how our industry can reduce its impact on the environment. This talk was produced by CEDIA and first broadcast as a webinar as part of ISE Digital 2021. Our thanks to both CEDIA and Integrated Systems Europe for their support. We're grateful also to our series partners AWE Europe, Sony and Distributed by Meridian for their backing. We support Together For Cinema.

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