This research contributes to the debate at the intersection between Climate Change, BMfS and Digital Technologies (DT). Using a qualitative methodology, it provides an insight on how DT are enabling new value propositions that incorporate the objective of tackling climate change as part of their business models. It is expected that the theoretical framework that will emerge from this case-based research will advance and stimulate new approaches to inspire entrepreneurs and institutions to make further progress in Digital Climate Solutions (DCS), and that it will also support them in understanding how the business model and its value proposition can benefit the natural environment.
|Title of host publication
|Proceedings of the 30th European Operations Management Association conference
|Published - 1 Jul 2022
|EurOMA 2022: Brilliance in resilience: operations and supply chain management’s role in achieving a sustainable future - Berlin, Germany
Duration: 1 Jul 2022 → 6 Jul 2022
|1/07/22 → 6/07/22