greenhouse gases

How digital transformation drives sustainability: The fast lane on the road to industrial carbon neutrality

Global warming risks are difficult to address because they are long-term in nature but require short-term action to reduce their impact. As a result, governments across the globe are now imposing targets on manufacturing industries that will force a transition to a low-carbon economy. Industrial organizations, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, are responsible for at least 21% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, they are under pressure from both consumers and governments to rapidly achieve emissions reduction targets. As a result, many companies are looking to digital transformation as a possible approach for achieving those goals.

How digital transformation drives sustainability: The fast lane on the road to industrial carbon neutrality

Global warming risks are difficult to address because they are long-term in nature but require short-term action to reduce their impact. As a result, governments across the globe are now imposing targets on manufacturing industries that will force a transition to a low-carbon economy. Industrial organizations, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, are responsible for at least 21% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, they are under pressure from both consumers and governments to rapidly achieve emissions reduction targets. As a result, many companies are looking to digital transformation as a possible approach for achieving those goals.