Digitalisation is often depicted as a silver bullet to address sustainability issues, due to its potential to decarbonise the global economy and energy supply and to dematerialise production and consumption. Efficiency gains of digital technologies are unparalleled, digital services can be provided at low energy costs, and sustainable practices, such as sharing, are made easier […]
About Vivian Frick
Vivian Frick conducts research in the group "Digitization and Socio-Ecological Transformation" at the Institute for Ecological Economy Research and TU Berlin. She is co-editor of the book "What Bits and Trees Have in Common" and an advisory board member of the Initiative Psychology in Environmental Protection (IPU) Switzerland.