Sustainable Cities Panel | Full Interview | Code 2022

Discover how experts at Code 2022 discuss the urgency of achieving sustainable cities, the role of data in healthcare, and the importance of investing in scientific solutions to combat climate change.

Key takeaways
  1. 1.5-degree warming is achievable with all the support and optimism, but realistic, from the U.S. enterprise.
  2. The SEC ruling makes it kind of everybody’s problem and not just a government or a hospital or a clinic that would own all of the data.
  3. We have to learn from the existing structures that we have, and we need to be critical of them.
  4. We need to work on that urgent problem. And as we started to work on this, I started to realize that the mayor of Menlo Park doesn’t run on the climate and doesn’t have this data.
  5. We have a project with Jeff Bezos to build a national open source data platform of all the infrastructure in the United States.
  6. We are figuring out, we will figure out, but there is, and science is backing us.
  7. We need to have green steel, and all the steelmaking companies are making pledges to reduce their carbon footprint.
  8. We need to move capital towards those scientific solutions that are rooted in science.
  9. We need to learn how to do things more intelligently in the cities.
  10. **We need to move capital towards those scientific solutions that are rooted in science.