Webinar | Everyone talks about sustainability. – How can companies achieve sustainability with dataspaces and data sovereignty?
Companies can promote sustainability by leveraging dataspaces and data sovereignty in the following ways:
Promote transparency and accountability: new regulations request companies to be Co2 neutral by 2050 (European Green Deal) and give insights into their supply chains (German Supply Chain Act). By sharing data on their carbon emissions, resource usage and waste generation, companies can demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and increase transparency.
Enable data-driven decision-making: dataspaces can be used to collect and analyze data on sustainability performance, which can help companies make data-driven decisions about how to reduce their environmental impact. By collecting data on energy usage, supply chain efficiency, and waste generation, companies can identify areas where they can improve their sustainability performance and reduce costs.
Encourage collaboration: Dataspaces can be used to facilitate collaboration between companies. The automotive industry has shown an example with Catena-X. Other industries (Industry 4.0, Space, Health…) follow immediately. They all team up to tackle the issues of climate change and regulations.
Ensure data sovereignty: Data sovereignty is the idea that individuals and organizations have the right to control their data and determine how it is used. By ensuring data sovereignty, companies can protect sensitive sustainability data and ensure that it is used in accordance with their sustainability goals.
Overall, by leveraging dataspaces and data sovereignty, companies can promote sustainability, increase transparency, and collaborate with stakeholder to drive positive environmental and social impact.
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10:30 - 10:35 | Introduction to DIH Webinar
- Kick off DIH Webinar series and upcoming webinar details
- Welcoming Michaela Drost
10:35 - 11:10 | Topic introduction and session by Michaela Drost
- Why sustainability is crucial?
- What are dataspaces
- Achieving sustainability from Dataspaces
11:10 - 11:15 | Q&A and Wrap-up
- Q&A session
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Date of the event: May 4, 2023
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