We know that exemplarity is a never-ending pursuit, yet we strongly believe that we are on the right track.
We believe that each manufacturer or service supplier should make it easy for their customers to calculate their emissions upon delivery; hence why we publically share our monthly carbon footprint. Plus, every month we inform our clients of the environmental impact caused by their usage of our platform.
In order to act sensibly in a given area of expertise, it is essential to have an exhaustive knowledge of that given area. When it comes to fighting climate change, the ultimate prerequisite to act adequately is to calculate one’s carbon emissions. Yet, for many emerging industries, this task can be more difficult than for others. For example, the technology sector might struggle to accurately evaluate their carbon footprint. Therefore we are eager to create and share methods to make this task easier on a global scale. We strongly believe that this exertion should, if not shall, become quite literally everyone’s business.
Companies are increasingly tackling the question of climate change and yet, they often bypass compromising aspects of their activity. At Deepomatic, we know that companies should showcast their environmental successes while acknowledging their uncertainties. For instance, we’d rather approach carbon offset as one option among many which contribute to a strong and determined emission reduction policy, rather than seeing it as the sole viable option.
Take into account tech products’ carbon footprint
In order for Deepomatic to manage its hardware as responsibly as possible, we have partnered with the charity WDA which makes it their job to give a second life to IT equipment through refurbishing and recycling. All this can be found in our annual hardware management report that we publish a yearly basis. AI and digital industries have long been thought as being dematerialized. However, it is worth keeping in mind that it is inside the physical parts of our technology that is hidden the vast majority of this sector’s emissions.