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🎧 “Greentech is not yet bankable, and we must solve it” | Kersti Kaljulaid, former president of Estonia

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It’s hard to find a more perfect guest for the end-of-the-year podcast than the former president of Estonia, Mrs Kersti Kaljulaid. She’s a global advocate and recognized thought leader on a wide range of topics, including (cyber) security, artificial intelligence, mental health, and the well-being of women and children. But this conversation focuses on green transition, greentech and, as Mrs Kaljulaid put it so nicely – why this “little lab of digital development” called Estonia is still lagging in green innovation.

🎧︎ Listen to the episode on BuzzsproutApple Podcast and Spotify and find out:

  • Why is digital government more sustainable than a physical one, and how to calculate the footprint of e-government;
  • The energy consumption of KSI Blockchain vs blockchain;
  • Estonia’s startup sector’s leading the green revolution;
  • Why is Estonia lagging in green tech?
  • Putting global promises and agreements into real action; 
  • The catch of mandates and regulations on greentech;
  • How the governments have a spillover effect on the private sector;
  • Digital services as a tool for inclusion;
  • Is technology the answer or not?;
  • Good life quality vs green poverty.

🎧︎ Listen to the episode with Mrs Kersti Kaljulaid on BuzzsproutApple Podcast and Spotify

 

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