Digital represents 40% of our sustainable budget to stay below 1.5°C of global warming. It would therefore remain 60% for accommodation, food, travel, treatment, etc.
This study aims to measure the environmental impacts of digital technologies and infrastructures in Europe in order to:
- Inform decision-makers about the environmental impacts of digital technology ;
- Bringing together decision-makers and the scientific community to address environmental and digital transitions
- Generalize collective awareness of European citizens and European strategic actors.
For more information, www.greens-efa.eu
The expertise of LCIE Bureau Veritas
If you would like to know more, LCIE Bureau Veritas regularly leads training sessions « LCA: Specificities of Digital Services ». The NegaOctet database, developed by LCIE Bureau Veritas and its partners, is compatible with the requirements of ADEME and makes it possible to implement various PCRs.
For more information, contact us.