Digital Vision: COP26

Accelerating to net zero and beyond

Foreword

 

Global leaders are gathering in Glasgow for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26. This event will be the most important milestone in the global fight against climate change since the Paris Climate Agreement was signed in 2015.

In the six years that have passed since the Paris Agreement was reached, it is fair to say that results have been mixed. While significant progress towards cutting emissions has been made, the pace of this change is far behind what is needed to avoid catastrophic climate change becoming a reality.

Clay Van Doren, Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK & Ireland and Northern Europe’

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Featured Articles

Read the key stories from our opinion paper.

Seizing the net zero moment

Why we need to accelerate our progress towards achieving net zero.
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Why data is key to successful net zero transition

Why accurate measurement is essential to achieving Net Zero.
Read William Theisen's article >

Building tomorrow’s city

How our cities and communities will change in our Net Zero future


Read Albert Seubers and Pierryl Missal’s article >

Embracing the new normal

Explaining how new ways of working can enable Net Zero.
Read Jill Waters article >

Accelerating to Net Zero

COP26 is the moment to accelerate our efforts to achieve net zero by 2050. We can transform and future-proof our economies for the better by combining digitalization with decarbonization.

Enabling Net Zero

Digital services are a key enabler of decarbonization, helping organizations digitalize and evolve, embedding decarbonization into their operations and processes that equip them for a low carbon world.

Expanding Net Zero Action

Businesses cannot just reduce the carbon footprint generated by their own immediate activities, organisations large and small must utilize innovative technologies to reduce emissions generated throughout their value chains.

Toward a Net Zero Future

Achieving net zero means fundamentally transforming economies and industries, something which can only be achieved by deploying new technologies on an unprecedented scale.

Decarbonization: The view from Atos’ global industries

What can each industry do to accelerate decarbonization? Atos’ industry heads give their views…

Decarbonization: The view from Atos’ global industries

Download our opinion paper

Digital Vision: COP26

Accelerating to net zero and beyond

With contributions from Atos’ experts and senior figures in business and politics, this paper examines how organisations in every sector can embrace digital to accelerate progress to net zero targets and shape a sustainable future.

Download the Digital Vision opinion paper

Related Resources

Infographic #1

Global decarbonization by numbers

Decarbonization is one of the most urgent global priorities. Here are some key facts and stats on the scale of the challenge and the response so far.

Infographic #2

Global action on climate change

Since 2010, Atos has been supporting organisations and communities all over the world to live and work more sustainably.

Lexicon

Lexicon of digital and decarbonization words and phrases

From Carbon offsetting to TCFD, our lexicon gives you the A-Z on net zero.

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following contributors. If you wish to send feedback, please email us via the details at the bottom of the page.

Clay Van Doren
Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK & Ireland and Northern Europe’

Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP
President of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference

Adrian Gregory
Acting co-Chief Executive Officer, Head of Financial Services & Insurance and Head of Atos|Syntel, Atos

Robert Vassoyan
Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences, Atos

Pierre Barnabé
Acting co-Chief Executive Officer, Head of Manufacturing, Atos

Andrew Griffith MP
UK Net Zero Business Champion

Beth Howen
Head of Public Sector & Defence, Atos

Giuseppe Di Franco
Executive Vice President Atos, CEO Atos Italy

Jean-Philippe Poirault
Head of Telecom, Media & Technology, Atos

Kulveer Ranger
Global Head, Strategy & Communications for Financial Services and Insurance, and SVP Strategy & Communications for UK&I

Susan Aitken
Leader, Glasgow City Council

Roberto Cingolani
Minister for Ecological Transition – Italy

Julian David
Chief Executive Officer, techUK

Nikki Kelly
SVP Public Sector & Defence, Atos Northern Europe

Shannon Soland
Global Head of Infrastructure & Operations, Commercial & Vendor Management, National Grid

Tom Thackray
Director of Infrastructure and Energy, CBI

William Theisen
Chief Executive, EcoAct North America

Murli-Mohan Srinivas
Digital Twin Business Lead/Head Industry 4.0, Atos Germany

Sue de Wit
Senior Vice President Atos|Syntel UK&I and Chief of Staff Atos UK&I

Stuart Lemmon
Chief Executive, EcoAct North Europe

Franck Freycenon
Head of E&U Solutions, Atos

Rt Hon Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP
Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, UK International Champion on Adaptation and Resilience for the COP26 Presidency

Mark Fox
Chief Executive, The Business Services Association

Albert Seubers
Director Global Strategy in Cities, Atos

Pierryl Massal
Global Head of Business Development and Customer Engagement, Atos

Jill Waters
Retail Director, NS&I

Sophie Proust
Group Chief Technology Officer, Atos

Nourdine Bihmane
Chief Delivery Officer, Decarbonization and Marketing. Atos

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