Three ways 5G is leading the fight against climate change

Increasingly, climate change is one of the leading problems facing societies and economies around the world. The effects are expected to cause enormous disruption and damage, with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) predicting that warming at 1.5 ° C could lead to a rise in sea level of 0.4 meters in 2100, 69 million people are exposed to floods.

The current global emissions targets will only be achieved by accelerating innovative technologies, which will allow industries to focus their organizations on sustainable operations. Digital technologies can be the most powerful, scalable tool the world has to tackle climate change and 5G is at the forefront of these efforts.

About the author

Peters Suh, Head of Network and Connected Services Practice in North America, Accent.