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The future of the United States climate policy is digital

Learn how the US can use digital solutions to promote economic opportunities while combating climate change.

The future of the United States climate policy is digital

As more and more companies are leveraging digital tools and platforms to reduce climate impacts, improve energy and water efficiency and resiliency, and promote further innovation across our nation’s critical infrastructure, there needs to be a concerted voice coordinating these efforts and advocating for the increased use of digital technologies as solutions to addressing the climate crisis.

The Digital Climate Alliance is a coalition of companies developing and utilizing digital technologies to reduce their environmental impacts for themselves and for their customers. The Digital Climate Alliance’s goal is to promote digital tools and platforms to enable 21st-century solutions, solving climate, water, and energy challenges that impact economic development, business growth, social well-being, and ecosystem health.

Download this new report, to explore recommendations for the United States government to enable digital solutions that promote economic opportunities, advance innovation, and accelerate decarbonization.

This first-of-its-kind coalition of leading global companies' purpose is to inform public policy regarding the role digitalization can play as an enabler of climate solutions. Companies in the Digital Climate Alliance contributing to the recommendations in this report include: Autodesk, Enel, Intel, Johnson Controls, Nautilus Data Technologies, Schneider Electric, Trane Technologies, Xpansiv, and Water Foundry.

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Executive summary

Making mission possible: Delivering a net-zero economy

A net-zero global economy is possible by 2050. Clean electrification will be vital.

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Learn how private-sector collaboration and policy support can ramp up clean hydrogen production

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Learn how we can decarbonize harder-to-abate sectors by the middle of this century

Better energy, greater prosperity

We need to decarbonize while ensuring energy access for all. Clean electrification holds the key to achieve this. But how?

Bioresources within a net-zero emissions economy: Making a sustainable approach possible

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