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DX, GX and the cloud: Tackling climate change challenges with cloud computing

Tokyo Back-to-Business Program Series 2022
Digital Transformation & Green Transformation Webinar Series Fall 2022

1 min read

Due to the market push toward sustainability and growing concerns about ESG, companies have been looking to reduce their carbon footprint or go to net-zero. While promoting ambitious eco-friendly work environments is of importance, technological solutions are too often overlooked. A major source of energy use for enterprises and public sector organizations is in IT equipment and data centers. By running business applications in the cloud rather than on on-premises infrastructure, data centers can reduce energy consumption and associated carbon emissions by 80%. This session will consider energy security and use of cloud services to achieve climate goals.

Time and date

11 October 2022
4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. (JST)


James Miller | Head of Public Policy, Amazon Web Services Japan, G.K.
Ken Haig, Ph.D. | Head, Energy and Environmental Policy, Asia-Pacific & Japan, Amazon


Arthur M. Mitchell | Senior Advisor, White & Case, Tokyo

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