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How data and AI can accelerate climate action
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Join Dr. Karine Serfaty, 3-time Chief Data Officer, with comprehensive training in climate risks and solutions, as she discusses how trusted data at scale can accelerate the progress of sustainability initiatives. This webinar will delve into leveraging data to embed your climate and nature initiatives within your organization, mobilize teams across departments, expedite informed decision-making, and synchronize optimization algorithms with your sustainability objectives. Dr. Serfaty will introduce the '3 Is of Data Impact' framework and illustrate its application with industry examples, including corporates across various sectors and data and AI innovators.


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Dr. Karine Serfaty

Karine is a seasoned strategy and data executive driving sustainability transformation. She is the founder of Shyftr, a consultancy and education firm dedicated to powering corporate sustainability initiatives with trusted data at scale. She previously held senior strategy and data roles at iconic media companies, helping The New York Times, ITV, and The Economist Group transform themselves and set new foundations for success in response to the twin digital and sustainability disruptions.


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Leveraging Data and AI in Sustainability

This course will provide you with practical strategies for leveraging data and AI to fast-track sustainability goals. From maximizing existing data capabilities to utilizing specialized software solutions to facilitating data sharing (and more!), you’ll learn to harness tools that streamline reporting, inform decision-making processes, and optimize algorithms that work for the planet and advance the ecosystem. Learn more about our four-week online Leveraging Data and AI in Sustainability course.




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