BearingPoint's Sustainable IT study aims to better understanding and share Sustainable IT practices(1) deployed within organizations.

On 9 August 2021, the IPCC published the first part of its sixth assessment report on climate change, confirming, not surprisingly, global warming and the absolute need to begin a real ecological transition.
In an increasingly digitalized world, the question of the environmental footprint of digital technology arises. It already accounts for 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions, i.e. more greenhouse gases than all air transport, and could double by 2025 to 8%(2).
It is in this context that BearingPoint is launching its Sustainable IT Survey to identify and share digital practices implemented in organisations.

Addressed to everyone, this first edition of the BearingPoint study will be open from 19/11 to 10/12. Feedbacks will be shared with all participants at the end of the year.

Our study is divided into two surveys:
- A general survey, intended for CIOs, CTOs, CSRs and IT managers. It will take you 10 minutes.
- A more expert survey, including additional, more detailed questions, intended for a more informed public. It will take you 20 minutes.

Why participate?
- To assess your maturity in Sustainable IT practices according to the market
- To receive a summary report, once the results have been collected

Do not hesitate and click on one of the links below!

As a bonus, do something for the environment: for every 5 questionnaires completed, we plant a tree!

(1) Definition: Sustainable IT is a continuous improvement approach that aims to reduce the ecological, economic and social footprint of information and communication technologies.

(2) The Shift Project


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