English – Printable version of the guidelines
Dr. Ulrike Kugler, Ministry of Environment of Baden-Wuerttemberg
In Charge of Green IT and Sustainable Digitization
Presents strategies and methods to implement sustainable digitization in work environments.
Dr. Angelika Hilbeck, ETH Zurich
Research and teaching of environmental systems science
Presents a fundamental redirection of the purpose of digital technologies for the deep sustainability transformation.
Find more informations: Digital Reset: Redirecting Technologies for the Deep Sustainability Transformation
Olli Kuusisto, Ministry of Finance of Finland
Member of the digitalization for everyday Advisory Board
Presents a concept and practices to enable participation in the operation of digitalization for all members of society.
Prof. Dr. Traugott Jähnichen, Ruhr-University Bochum
Chair for Christian Social Teaching
Presents an ethical approach to digitalization in the focus areas of Health and Care, Sunday and Rhythms of Work, Social Media and Economic Monopolies.
Tuukka Ylälahti, Mesensei Ltd., Espoo, Finland
Founder and mentor specialising in platform strategies with global reach
Presents digital platform solutions to enable and support sustainable projects and initiatives.
Albrecht Knoch, Church Action on Labour and Life, Ulm
In Charge of Migration, Ecumenical Theology and State, Society, Religion in Europe
Presents different perspectives on digitization and sustainability in the context of creating ethical guidelines for sustainable digitization.
Reflection notes, prayers and more
Digitality and the Global Context of the Church – Reflection notes by Revd. Dr. Pete Philips
Introduction – Speech by Dr. Jørgen Skov Sørensen, Conference of European Churches
Morning Mediation – Prayers by Albrecht Knoch, Church Action on Labour and Life
Report about the guidelines – Interview with Stefano Frache, published in Notizie Evangeliche (Italy)
Further ressouces and materials
Francais – Réglementations numérique et environnement