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Information and Communication Technology for Urban Climate Action
Today’s connected, mobile and increasingly digital life is expanding into more areas of society. Innovation opportunities across society seem endless.
Over the coming years, ICT infrastructure performance will increase rapidly, fuelled by technology advances, bringing new opportunities for people and business to create, learn,and innovate. The transformative change currently underway will fundamentally change the way in which society collaborates, creates goods and services, is governed and sustained.
This report has been produced as part of a collaboration between UN-Habitat and Ericsson, with contributions from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).