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#heiseshow – Bits & Trees: Can IT be sustainable at all?

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The “Bits & Bäume” conference will take place in Berlin on the first weekend in October. What exactly is it about and how sustainable is today’s technology.

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The “Bits & Bäume” conference will take place in Berlin from September 30th to October 2nd. In the rooms of the Technical University of Berlin, the many different aspects of these topics are illuminated: from networked mobility to the raw material and electricity requirements of digital devices to ethical and economic issues.

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The organizers of the conference drew attention to themselves even before the start with a catalog of political demands. You have concrete expectations of politics. It states that digitization must be placed more at the service of society and of social and ecological change.

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But how sustainable can IT actually be and how sustainable does IT have to be given the approaching climate catastrophe? How are Big Tech’s sustainability promises to be evaluated? And what exact political demands did “Bits & Bäume” make?

Kristina Beer (@bee_k_bee) and Malte Kirchner (@maltekir) with Hendrik Zimmermann from Germanwatch (@HendrikZimm) and Rainer Rehak (@Rainer_Rehak), co-founder of “Bits & Bäume” in a new episode of #voonzeshow, live from 12 p.m.

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