Fourth Industrial Revolution Technologies for Progress in UN Sustainable Development Goals

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Originally published in UN Tech Monitor.

Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng, Everest Chair

Professor & Chair of Circular Economy Taskforce, National University of Singapore

UNESCO Global Expert Group member on the Universities & the 2030 Agenda (https://www.uib.no/en/sdgbergen/141236/members-unesco-expert-group).

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Go to the profile of David Docquier
25 days ago

Hi Seeram, this is an interesting paper. You say in the abstract "Benefits of 4IR include lower greenhouse gas emissions". Do you have in mind references (i.e. peer-reviewed articles) that demonstrate this statement quantitatively? Thanks.

Hi David, sorry for late reply as I could not access this site in recent weeks.  please check this reference

Avenyo, E. and Tregenna, F. (2021). “The effects of technology intensity in man-ufacturing on CO2 emissions: Evidence from developing countries”, Working paper 846.  Technology and Manage-ment Centre for Development, Univer-sity of Oxford. http://www.econrsa.org/system/files/publications/working_pa-pers/working_paper_846.pdf.

Thank you, Seeram