Corporate-Startup Partnership Global Festival
Have you ever wonder how much CO2 are you generating from your Zoom calls?
How about getting it calculated here: Zoom Emissions https://www.utilitybidder.co.uk/business-electricity/zoom-emissions/
Inexorably, you will generate a certain amount of CO2 as energy is being consumed. The good news is that the amount is paltry as compared to say driving to a meeting.
To put matters into perspective: a 1 hour Zoom call a day for a week, will emit an approximate 2.26 kg of CO2 which is equivalent to driving 0.04 miles (64 metre) in a petrol car.
And if we are to extrapolate it to air travels, the positive gain from Zoom calls will be crystal clear.
The Zoom phenomenon is a classic example on how digitalization may hold the key to a sustainable future for all of us. Furthermore, it could also amplify the roles of startups as the main agent of agent. Why? They first serve a narrow community, gaining traction from early adopters and nimble enough to capitalize on an emerging trend, in this case Covid-19.
As we continue to seek to explore the possibility of a sustainable digital transformation, we could not but wonder what is the unlocked potential if corporates are to innovate together with startups with a single mission of achieving ESG goals.
The possibilities are endless, echoing the words of Buzz Lightyear, “to infinity and beyond!”
Contact us for speaking and partnership opportunity.