- Green Digital Charter
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Purpose & Scope
The ICTFOOTPRINT.eu final event is thought of to consider as both a policy-oriented event, to showcase the results of the ICTFOOTPRINT.eu final policy roadmap deliverable as well as a chance to showcase all of the results achieved during the 36-month duration of the project. Based on the collaboration with AGIT for the workshop in Paris as well as the workshop in Amsterdam a global setting on discussing ICT Green issues is timely.
The day will also bring out insights around providing sound recommendations for energy-efficient ICT digital services that will contribute to the goals of the Paris Agreement. The study should analyse and propose future research priorities, ways to implement green public procurement of digital services also including data centres, and ways to stimulate the provisioning of eco-friendly cloud services. The latter is linked to a new study opened by the EC DG Connect Software & Services unit  that aims to have a study on energy-efficient cloud computing technologies & policies for an eco-friendly cloud market. The results of our day could contribute to supporting this study.
The day will be a chance to peruse the assets of ICTFOOTPRINT namely:
- Policy Action Plan & ICTFOOTPRINT.eu sustainability roadmap
- Self-Assessment Tool for Organisations (SAT-O) & Self-Assessment Tool for ICT Services (SAT-S)
- Marketplace Sellers
- Success Stories
- Map of ICT Methodologies
- ICTFOOTPRINTeu Light Certification Scheme
Who should attend?
Innovators, ICT intensive SMEs wishing to become Green ICT friendly, Public administrations researchers, larger organisations policy makers and funding agencies looking to assess future priorities and challenges in Green ICT.
Participants will find out what Green ICT is all about and gain valuable insights on current research priorities and potential opportunities in the area of ICT energy efficiency and sustainability. The event will bring together a reputable group of expert opinion leaders who are knowledgeable about IT resource efficiency and green ICT, and a heterogeneous audience providing the perfect occasion for networking and to share experiences. Best practices and innovative solutions will be showcased completing the offerings of the final event. From the event, you can:
- Develop your organisation’s Green ICT assessment with our ICTFOOTPRINTeu Light Certification Scheme;
- Grab the opportunity to become a member on our ICTFOOTPRINT.eu marketplace as a buyer or seller and become part of our green ICT growing community
- Gain a whole new understanding of why Green ICT should become your priority & how it can be affordable for SMEs;
- Learn about tools and products on the market in Europe today that are providing Green ICT products.
- Contribute to the Policy Dialogue around Green IT & ICT.
The Agenda (Draft)
|Thursday, 17th January 2019|
|09:00-10:30||Registration & keynote presentation at OASC Opening Plenary||OASC Plenary Speakers|
|10:30-11:00||Networking Coffee – in synchronisation with OASC networking||–|
|11:00-11:15||Welcome & ICTFOOTPRINT.eu Main Achievements||Silvana Muscella – ICTFOOTPRINT.eu project coordinator & Trust-IT Services CEO|
|11:15-11:30||TBD||Svetoslav Mihaylov – European Commission Project Officer H5 of ICTFOOTPRINT.eu|
|11:30-11:45||EUROCITIES & The Green Digital Charter||TBC|
|11:45-12:00||Key insights from ICTFOOTPRINT.eu Policy Action Plan & Sustainability Roadmap||Frédéric Croison, Deloitte Sustainability|
|12:00-12:20||#Europematters report “Europe 2030 – Towards a renewed European social contract|
|12:20-12:30||OASC & Green IT||TBD – OASC representative|
|12:30-13:30||Networking Lunch – in synchronisation with OASC networking||–|
|13:30-14:30||Panel Discussion 1||– David Wallom, Oxford e-Research Centre
TBD (Panellists & Moderator)
|14:35-15:35||Panel Discussion 2||TBD (Panellists)|
|15:45-16:00||Wrap-up & Conclusions||TBD|
Venue & Pratical Info
The event will take place at The Egg Brussels (Rue Bara, 175 – 1070 Brussels), situated in the heart of Europe’s capital city in walking distance from the South Station (SNCB, Thalys, Eurostar). We will welcome you at the lobby, at which time you will present your ID to the front desk staff to receive your visitor badge.
Sustainable, smart, resilient, green, free-flowing, econological, healthy. What will our future city look like?
Digital transition, climate action, everything-as-a-service, sustainable mobility, circular economy. How will our cities operate in the next decades?
Big Data, Internet of Things, blockchain, electromobility. Which technologies will be the game-changers in the foreeseable future?
New governance models, co-creation, citizen participation, public procurement for innovative solutions, innovation management. What are the challenges cities need to tackle?
On Tuesday 23 January 2018 will be held EUROCITIES’ annual event on smart cities. Untitled “Imagine the Urban Future: Innovation, Collaboration, Trust”, this full-day conference will focus on trends, technologies and challenges that will shape future European cities. City representatives, high level policy makers and experts from across Europe will debate over expectations, opportunities and the impact of digital technologies in co-creating future cities and societies, with citizens.
The morning panel discussion will be followed by two rounds of parallel technical workshops, in which member cities are called to bring in their specific needs, challenges, concerns and concrete examples. The day will end with the GDC 2017 award ceremony to mark the closing of the GuiDanCe project in February.
This full-day event is open to the public.
The conference will be preceeded by a technical training for cities’ data officers on the implementation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). See: http://bit.ly/2Al7bha
Limited number of seats available (25 pers. max). Register now