Earlier this year I attended an event in London on the theme of girls in education and had the pleasure of meeting Simon Muskett, who was also there to represent Ericsson at our Connect to Learn stand. We’ve kept in touch, and he’s given me great insight into our Connect to Learn and volunteer programs…..
Today, we are featuring a guest post by Charles Dasher, Design Lead, Atlanta Idea Factory, Ericsson, published on the Networked Society blog.
Today we feature a post from Ericsson Careers blog by Brent Carbno, Program Director Ericsson Response
Digital transformation for a better future was in the spotlight at the 17th Ericsson annual event held in the historic Italian Senate (Palazzo Madama) building in Rome on July 6. Politicians, private representatives, and young people discussed the challenges Italy faces to meet the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted last year by the….
Last June was the wettest on record in the Netherlands, with more than 200mm of rain. At the same time, it was also the hottest June ever globally. This is a clear sign of the changing climate. The average temperature on Earth is 1.3C higher than it was 30 years ago. And experts say that….
Last weekend, my family and I celebrated the ancient Midsummer holiday just like the majority of Swedes. And just like many Stockholmers, we left the city in favor of traditional Swedish feasts in the beautiful nature Swedish countryside. Once we arrived, my daughter commented on the fresh air, the absence of traffic and all the….
Today we feature a guest post from the Giving Thoughts blog, a Q&A with Elaine Weidman-Grunewald, Corporate Vice President, Vice President of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility at Ericsson, by Alice Korngold, Co-Editor, Giving Thoughts, and author of A Better World, Inc.: How Companies Profit by Solving Global Problems…Where Governments Cannot. The United Nations Sustainable Development….
The latest Ericsson Mobility Report summarizes a research paper Ericsson has published that shows ICT solutions could help reduce global GHG emissions by up to 15 percent by 2030, which amounts to around 10 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2e), more than the current carbon footprint of the EU and US combined.
Editor’s note: Today we are featuring a post on smart sustainable cities by Daniel Paska, a Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility and Brand Manager in Region Northern Europe and Central Asia. Over the past few years, it has become popular to talk about sustainable cities, smart cities and, more recently, smart sustainable cities, when what we….
Last week I attended the Sustainability Summit in London, organized by The Economist. The event carried the Darwinist subtitle “Adapt or Die”, to express the urgency in taking measures against climate change.