Sustainability means many things. Reasons for the ICT sector to be sustainable include reducing carbon emissions, adapting to climate change, managing scarce material resources and minimising waste. Wales, as well as declaring a Climate Emergency, is leading the world with sustainable development legislation through the introduction of the Future Generations Act.

But what does it all mean for the IT profession, and you?

How could/should the IT profession be responding to “#climateemergency”? Is that it or are their other aspects of sustainability to be aware of and ready for?


Speaker: Peter Trott


Peter Trott (Afallen) will help us discuss sustainability in ICT. Peter is a pioneer of the mobile data sector and has worked in the ICT sector for over 25 years.

He currently divides his time between developing a sustainability practice working on the implementation of sustainability development, and in particular the Future Generations Act, in organisations and coaching the founders of high-growth and high-potential businesses. He specialises in environmental management, technological innovation and smart/sustainable infrastructure - he is actively researching the role of Smart Cities in policymaking.

Peter an Associate member of IEMA, Chair of Trustees of Cardiff & the Vale Citizens Advice, Vice-Chair of Citizens Advice Cymru and sits on the investment panel Welsh Council for Voluntary Action’s Social Business Growth and Community Asset Development Funds. He is a member of Ofcom’s Advisory Committee Wales.


For more information about this group -

The Climate Emergency & Scarce Resource Use: What does it all mean for the ICT sector, and what should we be doing? - South Wales Branch
Date and time
Tuesday 8 October, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
NHS Wales Informatics Service
Tŷ Glan-yr-Afon,
21 Cowbridge Road East
CF11 9AD
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