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This is how BCG is shaping AI and sustainability agendas in the Middle East

Collaborations in the Middle East are shaping a brighter future by addressing AI and climate change challenges.

This is how BCG is shaping AI and sustainability agendas in the Middle East
[Source photo: Anvita Gupta/Fast Company Middle East]

The path towards a sustainable and resilient future in the Middle East is now intertwined between artificial intelligence and urgent climate change action.

These two forces are currently reshaping industries, governments, and societies in the region, and at the same time, forward-thinking companies are steering towards a paradigm shift. 

Amidst this transformation, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is committed to fostering innovation in AI and addressing the sustainability challenges in the Middle East.

BCG collaborates with experts, thought leaders, and innovators across diverse industries, aiding meaningful dialogues that yield practical solutions. 

It believes in change and actively engages in collaborative initiatives to drive progress and generate a positive societal impact.

Besides sparking meaningful discussions, BCG’s initiatives also prompt critical conversations highlighting how AI and sustainability are closely connected and need our immediate attention. This sets a compelling example of how collaborations and commitment can mold a brighter future for the Middle East.

This year, Fast Company Middle East’s Impact Council, a highly selective group of influential entrepreneurs, technologists, and innovators, has partnered with BCG to establish two sub-committees – Artificial Intelligence and Climate Change & Sustainability. These sub-committees are dedicated to addressing the imminent challenges and opportunities in the Middle East.

While the AI sub-committee will discuss technology’s impact on the Middle East, the Climate Change & Sustainability sub-committee will focus on promoting sustainability and profitability in combating climate change.

“Speaking about this partnership, Stefano Castoldi, Partner at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) said, “Companies and institutions today play a crucial role in addressing climate change through reimagining their business and the entire value chain, and by mobilizing their organization to shift towards sustainable operations and practices. In support of this, the C&S subcommittee will spark meaningful conversations on effective approaches to lessen and adjust to climate alterations.”

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