Technology can greatly aid the response to natural disasters, such as wildfires, floods and landslides, but it can also help the world plan and prepare for climate-related problems.
The World Bank is at the forefront of a movement to address climate change. Starting in 2021, the World Bank will invest $200 billion to help countries, and developing nations in particular, act against climate change.
Disruptive technologies such as 5G, artificial intelligence and drones are key to both disaster prevention and recovery. Their benefits can help technology companies improve resilience solutions and countries better understand climate risks and recovery needs.
In this whitepaper, you’ll learn how the following technologies are helping achieve climate resilience:
Internet of Things
Bridging the gap between technology companies and local governments is vital to the development of climate resilience solutions. CES 2020 will bring these groups together through conference content, show floor exhibits and networking opportunities.
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