字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 What has changed over the last 30 years? A lot. Governments changed. Economies changed. Markets crashed. New technologies changed industries and societies. But what hasn't changed is IBM's commitment to transparent environmental reporting. It is an area that just doesn't take a day off. You have to be constantly improving. Today, every company issues an environmental report. But it wasn't always that way. In the 1990's, we were one of the few multinational companies to do a comprehensive environmental report. But at the time, I think we recognized it really forces companies to take action. And that very beginning of corporate environmental reporting from 30 years ago has taken off like wildfire. Today, every generation of our hardware needs to be more efficient than the previous generation. Buildings account for about 40% of the world's energy use. So if we can use data analytics we can make a lot of progress in reducing the energy use of those buildings. Reporting our environmental impacts, it's not just about feeling good about ourselves. It's about our values. You shouldn't be embarassed to disclose how your operations are impacting the environment. We're very fact-driven. We try to understand the problem, and IBM's impact, and what we can do to change our operations. What matters most in the end is conserving energy, actually consuming renewable electricity, and truly avoiding, eliminating, or reducing emissions. We have the solution, we have the desire, and whether it's clients, the government, or in private sector, they have the needs. We just need to match those things together.