hybrid IBM, a provider of cloud, artificial intelligence and business services, said it has been named a technology partner for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), which will be held by the Egyptian government in Sharm El Sheikh from November 6 to 18. Hosted by He.
The company said it will demonstrate how technology and consulting can help business and government leaders align sustainability goals with organizational goals, including how they can respond to regulatory demands without compromising profitability.
The company said its collaboration with the Egyptian president builds on its history of environmental commitments and alliances, such as setting a goal of achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 or being a founding member of the UN Environment Science Policy-Environmental Business Forum.
IBM Chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna said the company was delighted to be named a technology partner at COP27 and will help address the existential challenges posed by climate change.
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