Thank you for this opportunity. I work in the film industry so I will
answer from that perspective. Regarding question 1 and 2:
One of the many tools provided by greenfilmmaking.com is Carbon
Calculators. They list a number, including an app from Germany called the
Carbon Film Quote. The Green Production Guide of the Producers Guild of
America has the Carbon Calculator which can be downloaded for free, for
both PC and Mac. Greenfilmmaking.com also made sustainable additions to
their Covid-19 toolkit, available on their website. They have a list of
green filmmaking research done from several countries: “Sam Mendes’ “Away
we go” (2009) greened up the whole production and wrote a good report about
it, which sparked green filmmaking initiatives around the globe.” The
report is available for download from greenfilmmaking.com .
kenyarockfilmfestivaljournal.blogspot.com “Lighten the Burden”
On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 6:07 AM Winfred Anyona via kictanet <
> Good morning Listers,
> Thank you to all who contributed to yesterdayâ€™s topic. The thread is still
> open for those who may have further thoughts on data.
> Welcome to day 2 of our pre KIGF online discussions. Our topic today is on
> the environment which has been powerfully impacted by the internet and
> Information and communication technologies. They connect people, initiative
> and resources thus opening up avenues for collaboration. They also help
> monitor and track the environment facilitating understanding, prevention
> and more targeted interventions globally.
> This track aims to understand the interdependences between the use of
> Internet and digital technologies to preserve the environment, but also to
> threaten its sustainability. It will consider how the positive impacts of
> ICTs for climate action can be enhanced while minimizing any negative
> impact. Let’s talk about climate change, ICTs impact on the environment,
> leveraging artificial intelligence and big data etc, as we ponder on the
> below questions:
> 1. How can existing and emerging digital technologies contribute
> to addressing climate change and how can they foster change in various
> sectors of the economy (manufacturing, trade, agrifood, etc.)? What
> initiatives exist and what can be done to improve them?
> 2. What can be done to reduce the carbon footprint of ICTs (e.g.
> sustainable infrastructure, carbon-neutral data centres, efficient
> manufacturing, use and recycling of devices, etc.)? What lessons can be
> learned from various communities (e.g. indigenous peoples etc.) and
> existing initiatives?
> 3. What role can data and AI play in tackling sustainability issues
> such as climate change, biodiversity, conservation and water scarcity?
> 4. How could policy-making benefit from the analysis of big data to
> better understand impacts of policy decisions on sustainability?
> Over to you Listers!!
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