The science is clear and the need for climate action has never been as urgent than in 2020. Wildfires were rampant across Western states and the U.S. experienced one of the worst hurricane seasons on record in the Gulf Coast. The data center industry has been a force for positive change on climate action over the past decade, pioneering advances in sustainable operations and corporate adoption of renewable energy.
Join Rich Miller for a webinar on February 10 as he explores the greening of the data center industry with Iron Mountain executives Kevin Hagen (VP Environment, Social & Governance) and Alex Sharp (Vice President, Global Head of Design and Construction).
Register today, at no cost, for the webinar, “Green Data Centers and the Sustainability Imperative,” scheduled for Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. EST.
Attendees will learn about specific strategies that are reducing carbon impact and the best ways to put into action sustainable operations going forward. This is an opportunity to explore how the data center industry is in a unique position to accelerate the adoption of green data centers and sustainable practices — and reduce the damage to the planet’s climate.
This webinar will highlight the following insights on the sustainability imperative for innovating and energy efficient data centers:
- The role of green data centers as a catalyst for action on climate change
- Specific strategies that are reducing carbon impact
- Advice on the best ways to embrace the sustainability imperative going forward
Iron Mountain and Data Center Frontier have also recently partnered for a new Special Report series that delves even further into the world of green data centers and how the trend is changing the landscape of our industry.
The series, launched by noting it is time for the data center users and operators to raise their game, not just because sustainability is good policy, but because it is good business. The series also explores further topics surrounding green data centers like water conservation and management, eliminating diesel generators, heat recycling and more.
And for the full lowdown on what’s next for sustainability in the data center industry, don’t miss the upcoming live webinar with leading experts in the big data field to guide you through the greening of the colo biz.