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GreenTech Forum Brussels, the new Tech & Sustainability event 📡⚑ | 18.06.2024 - 00h00
Placed under the patronage of Planet Tech'Care and co-organized by the Belgian Institute for Sust...Explore
Webinar with Shayp : AI for a more efficient water management 💦⚑ | 18.01.2024 - 12h15
Following on from our webinar on 5 October 2023 on the water cycle and the various associated impa...Explore
Webinaire : Bien-être numérique & hyperconnectivité avec Vivala ❤️📲⚑ | 14.12.2023 - 14h00
📆 Date & heure : Jeudi 14 décembre, entre 14h et 15h (GMT+1) 📍 Lieu : en ligne (Team...Explore
4th Signing ceremony of the Sustainable IT Charter ✍️📜⚑ | 13.12.2023 - 00h00
The annual Sustainable IT Charter signing ceremony offers a great opportunity for organisations to s...Explore
Fresque du Numérique : atelier citoyen pour découvrir de manière ludique les enjeux environnementaux du numérique 🧩⚑ | 16.11.2023 - 18h30
La Fresque du Numérique est un atelier ludique et collaboratif dont le but est de sensibiliser ...Explore
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About the ISIT-BE
The Belgian Institute for Sustainable IT (ISIT-BE) is a non-profit promoting a more environmentally friendly, accessible, ethical, and inclusive digitalisation. We support organisations willing to start or improve their sustainability actions when it comes to IT, to fully maximize the benefits of digital technologies. We provide tools, guides, trainings, workshops, and more services to our members for them to minimize the negative impacts of their IT equipment, uses and services. We also counsel public authorities, and we intervene for the general public to raise awareness on the impacts of digital technology (in schools, media, associations, etc.), in addition to the public resources that we make available.
The strength of our association lies in its members and partners, including the support we receive from public authorities. It is only by bringing together as many actors as possible that we will be able to make a real difference in the way IT is done in Belgium. This is crucial for the environment, for a more inclusive and ethical society, but also for the future competitivity of our companies.
The Green Deal of the European Commission will strongly influence IT products and services in the coming years. Don’t miss the train, join us and be at the forefront of this transition.