The shift to digital technology ought to benefit everyone, prioritize the needs of individuals, and create new commercial opportunities. The green transformation and the battle against climate change both depend on digital solutions. People’s lives are altering due to digital technology. By making this shift beneficial to both individuals and companies, the EU hopes to meet its goal of having a climate-neutral Europe by 2050. The Commission is committed to making this the „Decade of Digital“ in Europe. With a strong focus on data, technology, and infrastructure, Europe must now reinforce its digital sovereignty and define norms rather than adopting those of others.
Digital strategies that prioritize individuals will open up new business opportunities, encourage the creation of reliable technologies promote an open and democratic society, make it possible for a thriving and sustainable economy, and aid in the battle against climate change and the green transition.
The digital strategy of the EU will
How will the digital strategy contribute to the European green Deal? Make the EU climate neutral!
Introduce a new EU industrial plan
Strengthen the EU’s capacity to foresee and handle environmental disasters
Support the circular economy
Start a campaign to promote circular electronics
Mag. Mario Loidl